• Hire The Best People, And Let Them Work From Wherever...
    HBR - Feb 8
    Most organizations say they are more open-minded than ever about virtual teams, and yet they still have old-school systems in place for hiring people across the country or around the world. From where I sit, the overlapping... Read »
    18 hours ago
  • How To Inspire Creativity During High-Stress Projects
    Forbes - Feb 8
    Startups like Prezi exist because entrepreneurs love taking risks. As a founder, I think that if there isn’t an element of risk involved, it isn’t worth doing. When you become a leader, you’re responsible for... Read »
    18 hours ago
  • 10 Bad Habits Preventing Your Business From Succeeding
    Entrepreneur - Feb 8
    Every entrepreneur wants his or her business to succeed, but the sad reality is that only a fraction of startups last beyond their first two years of operation. And the reason is poor leadership. You could start with a... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • Four Signs You’re A Great Founder But A Crappy...
    Fast Company - Feb 8
    It goes without saying that founders and CEOs both shoulder a lot of responsibility. And in many cases, the two roles are handled by the same person, especially in a startup's early years. As companies grow, it's pretty... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • Study: Firms With More Women In The C-Suite Are More...
    HBR - Feb 8
    While successful female leaders have made headlines in recent years — Marissa Mayer, Sheryl Sandberg, and Indra Nooyi all come to mind — they remain the exception to the rule. Yet in the U.S. women make up nearly... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • An Entrepreneur’s Guide To Managing Anxiety
    Forbes - Feb 8
    Building and running a business is often a difficult, stressful, and uncertain process. In a day and age where we idolize successful entrepreneurs, we are encouraged to buy into the falsehood narrative of the “rugged... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • Leadership Requires Being Gracious In Defeat
    Entrepreneur - Feb 8
    Losing sucks. There's really no other way around it. We can talk 'til we're hoarse about how important failure is, how missteps are vital in teaching us ways to do better, but if we're honest with ourselves, a life full of... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • Six Steps To Transform Your Company Culture
    Switch & Shift - Feb 8
    Company culture can’t be rigid and unadaptable, or the company will fail. An outstanding company culture requires outstanding leadership, and changing the company culture requires leaders who recognize the real need for... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • Five Practices To Become The Best Boss You Ever Had
    CEO.com - Feb 8
    Dan Price made a serious investment in his employees. Noticing the financial struggles some of them faced, Price, the CEO of Seattle-based Gravity Payments, took action. He increased the company’s minimum wage — and... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Seven Keys To Making The Right Decision The First...
    Entrepreneur - Feb 5
    Every entrepreneur has to be a decision-maker, even with information overload, emotional employees, angry customers and competitors hovering from every direction. Making a decision without thinking or over-thinking things... Read »
    3 days ago
  • If You’re Not Collecting Productivity Data,...
    HBR - Feb 5
    Counting calories and steps may be terrific for improving personal health. But what counts most in promoting professional success? Quantifying the “business self” is an essential precursor for enterprise networks that... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How To Get Your Team Excited
    Forbes - Feb 5
    We have to let go of the idea that people should come to work, pitch in and absolutely knock the cover off the ball for no reason at all – just because they have a job. That idea is not rooted in reality. The idea that... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Most Americans Can’t Guess The Average...
    CNN Money - Feb 5
    Almost three in four Americans believe CEOs are overpaid. Yet at the same time, many vastly underestimate just how much CEOs make, according to a new survey from the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at the Stanford... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How The Carolina Panthers Fired Ahead Without Firing...
    Washington Post - Feb 5
    When Dave Gettleman got his job in 2012, he did something unusual for a new NFL general manager -- or for any new leader. Rather than coming in and cleaning house, replacing the existing team of assistant coaches, front... Read »
    3 days ago
  • We Got 10 CEOs To Tell Us Their One Killer Interview...
    Quartz - Feb 5
    Where do you see yourself in five years? Tell me about a time when you showed leadership. What is your biggest weakness? These are the standard questions that job candidates face during interviews. And by now, everyone also... Read »
    3 days ago