Researchers have found that people who are proficient at this one workplace ability are more likely to be seen as leaders of virtual teams. You may have many of the traits of a successful leader -- decisiveness,
While the perfect boss — like the perfect person — may not exist, "good" bosses do. For those managers who haven't yet grasped the behaviors exhibited by their more venerated leadership colleagues, read
"What makes a great leader" just might be the eighth wonder of the world. There's no cookie cutter formula to it, as some leaders are lauded for things like understanding emotional intelligence while are
Chasing deadlines, crunching numbers and pushing innovation are '"just another day at work" for startup owners. But, what do they do for themselves? Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are
The world is littered with companies that had great visions but failed to execute on them. Back in the 1970's Kodak's vision was a world in which cameras could be carried in a shirt pocket. Motorola envisioned
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong has successfully toed that line as he has led companies like AOL and Google. He said the advice he got when he was younger, and now shares with his own children, focuses on three
Being a jerk may not be such a liability after all. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Apparently, I’m a jerk. No kidding. I just read an article about behaviors that are supposed
We're all aware of the current divide in the United States. It seems like there couldn't be a more dramatic difference in how people think or what they value. This growing divide, in combination with increased
Some of these people are responsible for creating the greatest world-changing tech and innovation ever seen by humankind. They all share one thing in common: the ability to turn an idea into an empire.
There are entrepreneur success stories, and then there are entrepreneur horror stories. It’s easy to hear about the times people crossed the finish line and won it all. Those are the tales people love
In 2000, I became the first person in my family to finish college. I soon landed a job at a major management consulting firm. I was working on big-time projects at multinational companies like ExxonMobil
Want to Win the Hearts and Minds of Your Employees? Start by Learning This Critical Leadership Skill
Listening or more precisely, active listening, is one of the most important skills you can develop as a leader. The importance of listening as it pertains to leadership is summed up in that quote, "Good
And as a boss, their outcome is up to you. "As an effective leader, choose to make the review process a positive learning experience and let your main objective be the growth and development of your people,"
Good planning requires a fresh mindset, which starts in the office. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The concept of workplace culture in corporate America usually means flexible
Lately, it’s become obvious that self-care is a radical political tool; as women, it gives us permission to prioritize our inner zen when so many people are looking to dismantle our autonomy on the regular.
A few days ago I was informed that today is "World Kindness Day"-- a global 24-hour celebration dedicated to paying-it-forward and focusing on the good. I must've missed the memo last year so I'm not back