Hiring a manager is about finding someone who can lead and set the tone for your employees. These tips can help your search.
It helps to be naturally outgoing when selling your great idea but introverts who learn their strengths and venture from their comfort zones need not shy away from success.
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Mark Pincus's departure from Zynga is a reminder that the skills needed to start a company are very different from those required to successfully manage its growth.
If you want to be successful and happy, be yourself -- don't fall victim to the likability trap.
In this Google Hangout, we'll chat with certified professional coach and Entrepreneur.com contributor Lindsay Broder on all things strategy, management and more.
Breaking down the value of good leadership into dollars and sense.
As an entrepreneur, feedback from your employees allows you to grow as a founder and lead your company down a successful path.
With limited resources, it is imperative entrepreneurs get the most out of their employees. Here are three simple and creative ways to do so.
Managers listen up: Providing employees with tools to achieve their fullest potential is a much for effective strategy for company growth than just showing them how to complete everyday tasks and overseeing their duties.
Stop beating around the bush. If you want employees to know where they stand at your company, you need to be honest.
The co-founder of Facebook and editor-in-chief of The New Republic pays attention to how users are responding to a product, and then tweaks accordingly.
Managing startup employees is a whole different animal. When employees wear multiple hats, it can be a challenge to keep them on task. Here are some tips.
Are the e-commerce company's recent shakeups a sign the wounds are healing or just a Band-Aid to stop the hemorrhaging?
Want to attract stellar employees? Don't boss them around. Here's how to manage without, well, managing.
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