• How To Find Your Best Employees And Keep Them Around
    Entrepreneur - Sep 29
    We are often quick to judge someone's job performance. It's so terribly easy to say “He is a bad employee.” It's a little less likely to hear someone say “She does her job really well.” But both of these sentences... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • Nine Things To Cover In Your Year-End Performance...
    Forbes - Sep 29
    As we move into the fourth quarter and end of the year, it is performance review time at many companies. Even if your company already has a specific structure for its performance reviews, you want to design your own agenda... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • How The Best CEOs Get The Important Work Done
    HBR - Sep 29
    If you’re a chief executive officer, your job is to execute. It’s written right into your title. But what does it mean, in terms of daily tasks, to be the company’s top “executer?” After all, CEOs don’t actually... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • Should Employee Appreciation Be Entirely...
    Switch & Shift - Sep 29
    One of the most frequent questions asked when I’m consulting a business is: Should you show appreciation to someone who isn’t performing well? Tension exists in the world of recognition, employee engagement, and... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • What Trump Doesn’t Seem To Understand About...
    Washington Post - Sep 29
    According to the fact-checkers, Donald Trump kept them especially busy during Monday night's first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton. The Republican nominee said he did not support the war in Iraq despite... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • Four Words That Reinforce The Gender Gap At Work
    Entrepreneur - Sep 29
    Though better than it’s ever been, being a working woman is far from a cakewalk. While big issues, like sexual harassment, still exist in the workplace despite great progress, it’s often smaller issues that slip under... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • Connect Your Firm’s Strategy To Its Identity
    HBR - Sep 29
    Leaders know they need to outperform their competitors to succeed — not by hitting the target with just one or two products, but by winning consistently across their businesses, time after time. To accomplish this, one... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • The Real And Biggest Entrepreneurial Shift Is From...
    Entrepreneur - Sep 28
    The driving force for many business owners is success. Success is money for some and freedom for others. However, I do believe success just part of the real goal. For many that get success, they wonder what is next. They... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Three Critical Realities All Leaders Must Face
    Entrepreneur - Sep 28
    Employees are investments not expenses and if we do not begin to accept this fact during these times of organizational renewal and reinvention, it will become more and more difficult to strengthen business models and develop... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Want Execs To Trust You? Bulletproof Your Data Before...
    Forbes - Sep 28
    Some executives say they don’t trust data. Let me translate that for you. When an executive says, “I don’t trust data,” it really means, “I don’t trust the people providing data to me.” Maybe it seems... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Leadership In Crisis
    Huff Po - Sep 28
    We are witnessing the most dysfunctional campaign for the presidency in our lifetime. Does anyone really believe that despite the promises by all candidates that they will solve our problems that the real solutions to... Read »
    1 day ago
  • 40 Under 40: The Best Advice I Ever Got
    Fortune - Sep 28
    Good advice really can come from anywhere. Members of this year’s 40 Under 40 class found bits of wisdom that significantly influenced their strategy and work-life balance from parents, interview candidates, and even Jay Z... Read »
    1 day ago
  • To Recruit A Top Team, First Learn Your Weaknesses
    CEO.com - Sep 28
    Bad hires can bury your business. After I committed to a tech leader who didn’t fit the office culture and couldn’t deliver, my company faced its worst operating period in over 12 years. To cope with the slump, we cut... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Four Translation Apps To Ease International Business...
    Switch & Shift - Sep 27
    Traveling can be one of the great perks of the international business world. Visiting different countries, engaging with new cultures, networking globally, these are huge assets to a career. Unfortunately, those same... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Should You Talk About Politics At Work?
    HBR - Sep 27
    When politics is as heated as it has been in the U.S. this election cycle, it’s hard to resist the desire to talk about what’s going on with your coworkers. But is the office the right place to discuss whether you are a... Read »
    2 days ago