Leadership

3 Timeless Traits of Highly Successful Leaders
Thought Leadership

3 Timeless Traits of Highly Successful Leaders

Going all-in and becoming a life-long learner are common leadership traits you can adopt as your own.
Corey Poirier
Here's Why You Need to Stop Worrying About the Worst-Case Scenario
Entrepreneur Mindset

Here's Why You Need to Stop Worrying About the Worst-Case Scenario

Focusing on and preparing for unlikely catastrophes just distracts you from the difficult-but-possible goals you've set for yourself.
Mitch Rothschild
3 Lessons From the Last Man to Visit the Moon
Leadership

3 Lessons From the Last Man to Visit the Moon

Remembering the thrilling life of NASA astronaut Eugene Cernan.
Nina Zipkin
Everything You Need to Know About the Google Exec Who Will Lead Mattel
Leadership

Everything You Need to Know About the Google Exec Who Will Lead Mattel

The toy company is getting its third CEO in two years.
Nina Zipkin
Hiring Your First Employee? 5 Things You Need to Know.
Inspiring Your Team

Hiring Your First Employee? 5 Things You Need to Know.

You're finally letting someone else infiltrate the walls of your company, and you'll have to assume the role of that person's boss. Don't panic.
Larry Alton
What Are Your Employees Doing When You're Not Looking?
employee monitoring

What Are Your Employees Doing When You're Not Looking?

Small businesses can benefit from employee monitoring, in the right circumstance.
Dan Blacharski
The Science of Innovation: How to Imagine the Unimaginable
Creativity

The Science of Innovation: How to Imagine the Unimaginable

Why can certain companies see things that others can't, and what gives them the fortitude to invest in the seemingly impossible? Here are three brain-based strategies.
Srini Pillay, M.D.
3 Surprisingly Inefficient Daily Business Practices
Efficiency

3 Surprisingly Inefficient Daily Business Practices

Imagine how much more would get done if everybody just understood what everybody is trying to communicate.
Bart Mroz
An Entrepreneur's Story of Life During Wartime
transition

An Entrepreneur's Story of Life During Wartime

Going from White House press corps to war correspondent in Iraq changed this journalist's perspective from big televised events to the lives of real people.
Gareth Schweitzer
Are Your Employees Capable of and Willing to Do the Job?
Problem Employees

Are Your Employees Capable of and Willing to Do the Job?

For most employers, deciding whether or not to fire an employee is the toughest call they make.
Doug and Polly White
4 Ways Managers Can Commit to Improving Employee Engagement
Employee Engagement

4 Ways Managers Can Commit to Improving Employee Engagement

Help management team members communicate their intention to treat employees as people, not just assets.
Andre Lavoie
You Need a Bit of Naivety
Leadership

You Need a Bit of Naivety

Frank Lee, partner at public accounting firm Weiss & Company, shares his insights on making mistakes -- it's important to fix them.
4 Effective Ways Leaders Solve Problems and Stop them Before They Happen
Leadership Qualities

4 Effective Ways Leaders Solve Problems and Stop them Before They Happen

Problem solving is the essence of what leaders exist to do. We must see well beyond the obvious and approach problems through a lens of opportunity.
Glenn Llopis
3 Tips for Creating a Millennial-Friendly Workplace
Millennials

3 Tips for Creating a Millennial-Friendly Workplace

Are you creating a work environment that encourages open idea-sharing? If not, they will have no problem finding the door.
Pratik Dholakiya