If there's one thing that keeps business owners up at night, it's talent. Finding the right people for your business to survive and thrive is no easy task. It doesn't matter what industry or how much earnings
This isn't the last time a disaster of scale and significance will strike. It's time to take action. Franziska Iseli, an Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) member in Sydney, is an author and serial entrepreneur.
Hiring employees is supposed to free up your time. The goal is after we get past the initial hump of recruiting and onboarding, that having that extra person on the team will help free up your time to
My company, Drift, is the fifth one I've founded. Which means I've dealt with success, failure, new products, new people, acquisitions, scaling and more. I've seen it all. And almost a year ago, I pinned
Assessing your emotional intelligence starts with five simple questions. I didn't learn about the tenets of emotionalintelligence until well into my thirties. Whatever your age, however, it's never too
Companies have spent billions of dollars on employee engagement initiatives over the past decade, all in the hopes of raising employee performance and profitability. The nominal rise in engagement can
Steve Jobs is most famous as the founder of Apple, but he also founded NeXT and led Pixar to incredible success. As an outsider, it's easy to assume that Steve Jobs must have been working on lots of different
Work-from-home policies can magnify the worst habits of poor leaders. If Your Company Can't Handle Remote Work, You Might Need Better Leadership Habits If Your Company Can't Handle Remote Work, You Might
You're not likely to find a career path without deadlines or scrutiny. Throughout your professional life, you'll find yourself pressed for time or having to answer to someone for your actions. This kind
The specifics of strong company cultures vary. What doesn't is the boost leadership speakers can lend to a solid culture. Plainly, a lot of companies could use a culture revamp. A 2019 LinkedIn study a
As leaders, we know hard questions and uncomfortable conversations are part of the job, but what if we challenged ourselves with difficult questions? How drastically would work-place culture change if
As a manager or leader, responding and giving feedback to others will always be a large and critical part of your job. You must know how to improve others' ideas, and you must know how to do so in real-time
It's the new year, and we're all hoping to stick to our resolutions and improve ourselves. When it comes to leadership, there are methods you can put in place early to ensure success by mid-year, or sooner.
An entrepreneur says, "Everyone says my fees are too high." ,,, In response, a business coach might say, "Everyone? Exactly how many people is that?" Could it be everyone he meets? Everyone in his family?
If You Say Yes to Any of These 3 Questions, Your Leadership Skills Are Way Better Than Most Managers
Leadership is a matter of the head and the heart. Ever worked for a leader who was so inspiring and gifted, your memories of how he or she took care of the team remain vivid to this day? Chances are, reason
Sunrun co-founder and CEO Lynn Jurich has a two-word leadership tactic: impeccable agreements. How to Resist the Temptation to Micromanage--and Still Keep Your Employees on Track How to Resist the Temptation
No one wants to be a bad boss. Unfortunately, there appear to be more bad bosses out there than good ones. Research shows that 90 percent of people lack natural leadership skills, and60 percent of employees
Content marketing is a smart strategy to grow your business. And as more businesses are embracing creating original content as a means to connect with the customers they want to reach, you'll need to harder
The recent decision by Prince Harry and his wife, the former Meghan Markle, to step back from royal duties has provided endless fodder for royal watchers, commentators, and even Oprah. Was the move driven
You don't have to be a basketball fan or even a Los Angeles Lakers fan to have been rocked by the shocking news. Yes, Kobe Bryant -- the "Black Mamba," a five-time world-champion and arguably one of the
The highest achieving people you know don't sit around watching TV in their free time. They work hard at continually sharpening themselves, and one of the most common ways of doing it is by ingesting wisdom
20 Years Ago, Bill Gates Made the Most Important Decision of His Life. Somehow, Almost Nobody Even Noticed
Lots of people want a second act. Very few people actually get it. What do you think of when you think of Bill Gates? Maybe it's that he was the co-founder and original driving force behind Microsoft.
According to Politico, Millennials are "behind in almost every economic dimension." The amount they've got invested in 401(k) plans is less than both Gen X and Boomers, and it's projected to stay that
The U.S. Transporation Department Just Made a Big Travel Announcement, and American Flight Attendants Are Going to Be Very
That's the joyful response I heard this week from some flight attendants, in response to a proposed new rule from the U.S. Department of Transportation that would ban most so-called "emotional support
We've all seen what happens at siloed organizations where trust runs low and "my way or the highway" thinking runs rampant. Employees toil away in a constant state of partial darkness, unsure of what's