Micromanagement is a huge problem. According to recent survey, four out of five employees feel that they've definitely been micromanaged, over half say that micromanaging decreases their productivity,
I was at a networking event this past week and ran into an entrepreneur whose company had made the Inc 500/5000 list. When I congratulated him on his success, he replied that he had "just been lucky".
Author Steven Johnson talks to the engineer turned philanthropist about the future, technology, ice, capitalism, and optimism. When interesting people hang out, interesting things tend to happen. So when
Companies still romanticize the idea of multitasking. Phrases like "jack of all trades," "juggling act" and "Renaissance man" all imply that the ability to multitask is something to be relished or achieved.
Inspiration from famous people who followed their childhood dreams and the habits that kept them going. As kids we all had dreams. Some of us wanted to be firefighters while others planned to become teachers,
Do you want to be happy? Truly happy? And what about rich? If you want to be happy and rich, stop looking at what you don't have and start looking at what you do have. Last week, my Inc colleague, Jeff
One of two things is going to happen when a newcomer joins your team. They’re going to see right away how to plug into their own power source on the job and feel great about coming to work, or they’re
Of course job candidates want the uncensored scoop on the company they're applying to work for. But that doesn't mean they're only interested in insider reviews from current employees. According to a Glassdoor
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What do Cindy Crawford, Lauren Hutton and Jimmy Stewart all have in common? Each has a feature inseparable from his or her celebrity, yet these distinguishing traits were initially considered flaws. Cindy's
I've been asked the question many times: Is treating all employees the same the best way to lead your team? One would think so--after all, isn't the most fair practice one of equal treatment? The question
Creativity is the lifeblood of successful entrepreneurs. It breeds new ideas, fosters new relationships and, day by day, changes the world. However, in an era of constant stimulation, it's easy to get
Traditional "good looks" can bolster someone into a position of leadership, but they can't depend on their looks alone to thrive. They need to mix it with smarts, body language, just the right amount social