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5 Tips to Manage an Effective Team for Your Business

Honest conversation with potential employees is crucial.

Decrease Your Stress by Letting Your Team Share the Weight

Those people you hired to work in your business? How about you start letting them do their jobs?

Beth Miller

Lessons on Helping People Bloom Learned In the Greenhouse

Orchids are finicky plants that bloom magnificently once you have managed to get their environment right. People are similar, and usually less finicky.

Mary Bui-pham

7 Warning Signs You're the Dreaded Micromanager

Diagnose yourself before your employees do it for you with their feet by marching out the door.

Aaron Haynes

3 Keys to Stop Being a Helicopter CEO

CEOs should stop micromanaging and hire the right people to manage the small details.

Caren Maio

Micromanagement Is Murder: So Stop Killing Your Employees

A new study shows that jobs that are both high-demanding and give employees less control are associated with a 15.4 percent increased chance of death.

The Problem With Founder Paranoia

It can be extremely challenging for entrepreneurs to give up control, but in order to grow, you need to learn to delegate.

Adina Grigore

3 Signs You Have Succumbed to Helicopter Management

There is nothing efficient about hovering over the people you hired because you trusted they can do the job.

Katie Jansen

How This Founder Learned to Trust His Team

Steven Izen, founder and CEO of lifestyle brand Lokai, talks about how he handled a company setback -- even when he had no control.

Grace Reader

Learn When to Delegate and When to Micromanage

There's a time to delegate, and there's a time to do things yourself.

Fan Bi

Entrepreneurs Can Save Their Startups When They Stop Micromanaging

Micromanagement can be bad for business. Here are five tips to help you let go.

Syed Balkhi