• 5 Undeniable Reasons Every CEO Needs an Exit Strategy...
    CEO.com - Aug 19
    Whether you’re looking to flip your company quickly and walk away with a bundle of cash or hoping to see your “baby” grow over time, there’s one thing you need in your entrepreneurial tool belt: a quality exit... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 6 Points Along An Entrepreneur’s Journey To...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 14
    Indeed, many culture-change initiatives start out with compelling rationales, committed leaders and zealous launches, only to have the wheels come off the wagon before promise can yield payoff.  When great starts have poor... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 4 Tips For To Maintain Company Culture While...
    Inc - Aug 14
    When my company, WalkMe, grew from 40 to 150 people within a year and a half, I knew that I didn’t want the “growth rings” of my company to “grow abnormally thick.” I saw a need to maintain a close-knit startup... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Create A Culture Where Difficult Conversations...
    HBR - Aug 14
    I worked as a consultant for many years before becoming the CEO of Red Hat. One of the most surprising aspects of that work was that people would open up to me, an outsider, about all the elephants in the room — but they... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Seven Things Only Cowardly Managers Say
    Forbes - Aug 14
    Strong leaders say things like “Great job!” and “Please” and “Thank you.” They say things that healthy people with normal self-esteem say every day. Cowardly managers can’t say “Thanks” or “You... Read »
    1 week ago
  • How To Not Send Mixed Messages Throughout Your...
    Great Leaders Serve - Aug 14
    Leaders are human and communication is ultimately a human process. Despite our best intentions we can still raise questions or doubt in our followers. My goal is to greatly reduce the number of times my team hears something... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 5 Tips For Tackling Your Fears While You’re...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 14
    Things got easier. Each time I raised my hand in class or strode to the podium, I realized I wasn’t going to faint (at least not right away). The adrenaline kicked in. I made it through. Over time, I got more and more... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Top 10 Articles Every CEO Should Read Now
    Inc - Aug 14
    These words shed light on a major truth: we must always be learning. No matter how many years of formal schooling you may have, and no matter how far up you've climbed the ranks, there will always be something new to learn.... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Being Professionally Personable On Facebook
    HBR - Aug 14
    When people talk about using social media to advance their careers, they’re usually talking about LinkedIn, Twitter, or maybe their blog. But the reality is that more people use Facebook than any other social network,... Read »
    1 week ago
  • The Secret To Employee Engagement Is Shoves And Tugs
    Forbes - Aug 14
    Here’s one of the most important lessons about employee engagement: Everybody has shoves and tugs. Shoves are those issues that demotivate you, drain your energy, stop you from giving maximum effort, and make you want to... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Successful CEOs And Failure-to-Launch Children:...
    CEO.com - Aug 14
    Failure-to-launch syndrome is the inability of a young adult to leave home and become independent and self-reliant. This is an ever-increasing issue; more specifically, this syndrome can be linked to the children of... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 4 Really Dumb Ways To Make Decisions That Derail Your...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 13
    Whether in business or in life, we all tend to have different perceptions of, or biases about, the people and circumstances around us. There's a degree of truth in the saying "perception is reality" but there are at... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • The Pitfalls Of Transformation — 5 Common Traps...
    Forbes - Aug 13
    One of the world leaders in technology is currently undergoing a massive multi-year transformation, to take its customer experience reputation from zero to hero. It’s a recognised leader in its field but also leads the... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Giving Feedback When You’re Conflict Averse
    HBR - Aug 13
    “Conflict avoiders are generally people who value harmony in the workplace,” writes Amy Gallo in the HBR Guide to Managing Conflict at Work. ”When they sense a disagreement brewing, they will often try to placate the... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • 7 Common Thoughts That Are Destroying Your Success
    Inc - Aug 13
    The challenge with the mind is that it is naturally negatively bent, and this keeps us from tapping into the incredible amount of positive potential we possess. We have to consciously reverse the negative in order to get to... Read »
    2 weeks ago