Managing Employees

Your Company's Responsible Guide to Staying Productive and Profitable During a Recession

From strategic budgeting to remaining true to your company's mission, this guide will help you remain hopeful and pragmatic during periods of uncertainty.

4 Unique Ways to Inspire Workers

A free shirt with the company logo isn't going to cut it anymore.

'I Don't Feel Well. Call 911.' This Entrepreneur Would Suffer From Crippling Anxiety Before She Used These 3 Strategies to Lead and Succeed.

In the wake of a panic attack-related hospital scare, this busy exec set to building a supportive business team and embracing mindfulness techniques to keep herself on track.

You Might Reconsider That Team Meeting When You Find Out How Much it Really Costs

This CEO assessed the productivity and hourly wage costs of constant meetings, proposed something radical and the payoffs were remarkable.

Chris Ronzio

How to Respectively Decline Employees' Suggestions Without Hurting their Morale

Knowing how to respectfully decline your employees' suggestions without hurting their morale goes a long way in building a progressing working culture.

Taiwo Sotikare

8 Reasons You Should Give Your Employees More Control

Employees don't want to constantly be told what to do. Here are a few reasons why you should give them more freedom.

Steve Taplin

The Biggest Obstacle Facing Leaders Is Distrust. Here's How to Build Confidence in Your Team.

Trusting others can be difficult when it comes to something as important as your business, but the cost of distrust is far too high.

How The Best Executives Show Leadership in Times of Uncertainty

Here are a few ways that executives can provide supportive leadership in challenging times.

Steve Arizpe

Strong Employer Branding Is How You Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be. Where Are You on the Journey?

Plotting your current place — and responding accordingly — can be a springboard to a strategy that attracts and keeps the best talent.

Bryan Adams

What Quiet Quitting Says About Your Leadership and How to Handle It

Learn how quiet quitting can be prevented by taking the right steps as a leader.

John Kitchens

The 5 Secrets of a Validating Apology

Effective leaders encourage vulnerability and promote the use of validating apologies to resolve issues with and among their team members and to preserve their brand and reputation.