Without trust there is no leadership. Seems rather simple, doesn’t it? In reality, however, it is not. Very few managers are leaders. The difference between the two? A manager is someone who has people
Without administering an impromptu IQ test, there are certain clues you can use to gauge a person's relative intelligence. We combed through decades of scientific research and highlighted 13 surprising
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You’re in the middle of a conversation, about to chime in but then…you totally blank. A conversation that should have flowed easily turns awkward, your conversation partner looks at you like you’re an
Following the success of Project Oxygen, an internal study of what it takes to be a top manager at Google that started in 2008 and whose findings are still used today, the company undertook another study,
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Lets call him "Pat". That's not his name, but close. I don't want to embarrass him, although I am 99.99% sure he won't be embarrassed even if I mention him. I met him in 1999. He was the number two guy
By Jane Porter, writer for Help Scout A bad night of sleep is almost always a recipe for an unproductive day ahead. You know this all too well: you're groggy, you're irritable, you're making stupid mistakes,
The CEO of a $4.5 billion startup was so freaked out by a competitor that he rented a room in the Marriott and built a competing
The product was built in just 60 days, after Zenefits had a scary run-in with its much larger competitor, ADP. Internally, Zenefits calls its new product 'self-driving' payroll after Google's self-driving
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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. While the popular contention that “there are no stupid questions” is nice to hear (especially after asking a stupid question), it’s not exactly
It ain't pretty. It's pretty straight forward: Sleep deprivation is really bad for you. But even if you don't pull all-nighters, chronically getting too little sleep can be dangerous. For example, drowsiness
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From the weather to your lifestyle habits. For some people, sub-zero temperatures aren’t the only difficult side effect of winter. Approximately 10 million Americans also experience seasonal affective
Since 2001, the Thinkers50 organization has hosted what the Financial Times has dubbed the "Oscars of management thinking," an award ceremony for the top 50 management thought leaders whose work has most
Like any other field, leadership goes through trends and changes--and if you want to be successful, you need to stay on top of them. Old-school leadership is just that, and what we do today is very different.
THE ARMOR OF HEALING If you have been in a love relationship with a narcissist, you will likely find that you will need a period of healing and trauma recovery. The following is an excerpt from my most