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- Inc Magazine - Elise Keith
Use custom backgrounds to set the mood, envision success, and bring that next level of polish to your video calls. You've probably attended a video meeting with people calling in from the Millennium Falcon,
- Inc Magazine - Bruce Eckfeldt
Leadership teams can fall into thinking traps like any other team. Here are three common pitfalls and how to avoid them. As a strategic coach, I spend a lot of time helping leadership teams assess their
- Inc Magazine - By Erik Severinghaus
Recently, I had an extremely important work meeting with a couple dozen people on the call. The meeting was tricky and the content delicate, all the more so because of the limitations of meeting virtually.
- Inc Magazine - Jason Aten
In a recent blog post, the Microsoft founder offers a useful tip for being intentional about your time. Right now, that's more important than ever. A lot of people have a little extra time on their hands
- Inc Magazine - By Bill Murphy Jr.
We're in the middle of the most unusual graduation season in memory. So let's look back at what might well be the greatest commencement address in history. When you think of Steve Jobs and public speaking,
- Inc Magazine - Adam Levin
Installing a simple virus protection software and calling it a day won't suffice. Here's how to keep your company safe. There's a recent security trend that could have serious repercussions in the days,
- Inc Magazine - Bruce Eckfeldt
When you're setting annual or quarterly priorities, here are the three areas to consider and the questions you should ask yourself. Every successful company that I've worked with as a business coach has
- Inc Magazine - Bill Murphy Jr.
Look at your speaking notes. Reread your emails. How many of these words do you see? The initial shock is over, some version of the new normal is here, and your team understands that long-term change coming.
- Inc Magazine - By Lindsay Blakely
You've cut expenses to the bone. But how do you keep operating when you simply have a lot less cash coming in? For many business owners trying to survive the Covid-19 pandemic, part of the answer is to
- Inc Magazine - Minda Zetlin
Clerks was beloved. Mallrats was panned. Smith learned to listen to his own opinions. How does filmmaker, podcaster, speaker, and personality Kevin Smith define success? It's doing new things and having
- Inc Magazine - Marcel Schwantes
Burnout is an emerging trend threatening employee well-being during the pandemic. It's no secret that the world of work has been turned upside down due to Covid-19. Organizations have sought to understand
- Inc Magazine - Geoffrey James
As many companies are still working remotely amid the pandemic, this tried-and-true strategy requires less attention to detail and more attention to outcomes. Different environments require different strategies.
- Inc Magazine - Justin Bariso
A simple gesture that can establish trust and help your people to become the best version of themselves. As countless Americans have suddenly had to balance working from home with everyday life, it's that
- Inc Magazine - David Finkel
Over the past few months, what many considered to be "normal" has been challenged. I have seen business owners that once struggled to find new clients suddenly get inundated with clients and orders due
- Inc Magazine - Suzanne Lucas
If they live in a city with lower cost of living, they should receive a smaller paycheck-- just ask Facebook. Like most tech companies, Facebook sent a lot of their employees to work from home when the
- Inc Magazine - Emily Canal
The pandemic wiped out most of The SnapBar's photo booth business. In response, the founders immediately launched a gift box service that also helps other local companies. In early March, custom photo