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The Ethics Coach on Dealing With the Office Know-It-All

How to temper a co-worker who smashes everyone's ideas.

Gael O'Brien

Nasty Gal CEO Sophia Amoruso: 'Wisdom is Earned Through Experience, Particularly Mistakes.'

The fashion-retail founder explains why entrepreneurs shouldn't be afraid to veer off of the prescribed track, why it is okay for them to make mistakes and how founders should strive to be like Indiana Jones.

Nina Zipkin

6 Powerful Psychological Effects That Explain How Our Brains Tick

Understanding the way we tick might help us to tick even better.

Kevan Lee

Seeing Red? How to Avoid Blowing Up at Others.

The key to being a great leader is not to avoid emotion but to avoid letting it get the best of you when dealing with investors, employees and customers.

Hooman Radfar

What 4 Little Letters Can Tell You About Your Team

There has a lot written about managing teams but perhaps entrepreneurs need to just focus on a simple assessment.

Kelsey Raymond

The People You'll Need to Run Your Staffing Service

Employees are what the staffing industry is all about, so here's how to make sure you get good ones who'll help you grow your business.

Want to Get on Shark Tank? 8 Secrets From the Show's Casting Producer.

Scott Salyers, the supervising casting producer for ABC's hit show, offers tips for pitching investors.

Laura Entis

6 Ways to Learn to Radiate Charisma If You Don't Have It at First

Here are the easy-to-implement suggestions of a formerly shy girl who's now a CEO coach.

Lou Solomon

Do Women Leaders Walk a Tightrope to Be Seen as Effective and Likable?

Economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett's new book explains how the executive suite has eluded female managers.

3 Things You Must Do Before Becoming Your Own Boss

Before deciding to go into business for yourself, take a deep look at your financial state and personality traits.

Joel Libava

Steve Ballmer's Most Awkwardly Hilarious Moments

As he gets ready to buy the LA Clippers basketball team, a look back at the former Microsoft CEO's most unusual public antics.

Jason Fell