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Managing Employees

Managing Employees

The Trick to Creating Superstar Employees? Think of Them as Superstar Employees.

Research shows that your attitude towards your employees may become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Managing Employees

The 9 Most Difficult Personalities to Manage

Companies hire workers but have to manage people. No two are alike.
Creativity

Why Deadlines Aren't as Great as You'd Think for Creative Work

Be careful about how much time pressure you put on yourself.
Problem Solvers Podcast

How to Win in a Ruthless Industry? Try Being Nice.

When an entrepreneur entered a vicious, grueling industry, she approached it differently than her competitors.
Hiring

The Pros and Cons of Hiring a Clone of Yourself

A healthy sense of your own strengths and weaknesses cautions against hiring your own Mini-Me.
Managing Employees

How to Bounce Back If Your Employees Steal From You

Entrepreneurs are notoriously resilient, but how can you move forward if you can't trust your team?
Legal

ICE Audit: Are You and Your Employees at Risk?

Is your business prepared for a raid or audit by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents? Here are some suggestions from legal experts on how to respond.
Millennials

4 Ways to Make Millennials Into Valuable, Long-Time Employees

Millennials are misunderstood. Here's how to get them to stick around at your company -- and why you want them to.
Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs Shares the Secrets to Successful Team Leadership in This Throwback Video

The Apple co-founder reveals what he really thinks about professional managers
Introverts

How to Keep Introverted Employees From Quietly Leaving Your Company -- in Droves

A Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test could determine the mix of introverts and extroverts at your company -- helping you to help everyone thrive.
Holidays

Holiday Gift Guide: What to Give Your Team Members

Gift-giving can be tricky. We asked six entrepreneurs what they're gifting employees this season.
Leadership

A Stroke Nearly Killed Me. It Was the Best Thing to Happen to My Business.

Figuring out how the business could run without you is a good way to figure out how to run it better.
hourly work

Nearly Half of Your Hourly Employees Are Ready to Leave Unless You Make These Changes

Remember the Aretha Franklin classic? Show some r-e-s-p-e-c-t to your hourly workers and they'll respect you back.
Goals

Finding Your 'True North': How to Align Your Employees With Your Company's Goals

How can companies maximize output if they're clueless as to how individual employees are doing?
Managing Employees

Why Some Employees Don't Like Having Freedom at Work

Leaders, by nature, are entrepreneurial. But that doesn't mean the workers they manage are.