Start by recognizing your staff members for their good work. And do it in public. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This article is included in Entrepreneur Voices on Effective
Leaders know all too well that with great power comes great responsibility. This mantra has been echoed by luminaries including Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and even Spiderman.
Olga Khazan's day-to-day might sound a lot like yours. She's a journalist who works in an open office, so the din around her includes a mixture of colleagues conducting interviews and the usual chit chat.
The United States military is a highly proficient machine that can execute a mission in any corner of the globe. If you were to analyze each successful implementation of this impressive organization you
You have an ambitious team member who’s asking to be promoted to manager. He’s great at his job, but is he really ready to lead? How do you judge his skills and experience? What’s the best way to measure
You've been waiting for this. You've put in hours of work, smiled through thousands of late nights, and taken on extra work in an effort to prove your mettle. So when she utters those glorious words --
Ron Holt got into residential cleaning in the early 2000s, when he saw a surge in demand that the mom-and-pop shops dominating the industry couldn't meet. The result was Two Maids & a Mop, his Birmingham,
One of the most frequently quoted lines from Shakespeare is that "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." In the marketing world, a modern translation may be that "an app with any other logo would
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. “Don’t touch: wet paint.” How many times have you seen that and wanted to touch the wet paint? How many times have you seen that sign, ignored
Meetings frustrate everyone. There are too many of them, they take too much time, and not enough gets done during and after. It’s easy to blame this on others – the higher-ups who invite us, arrange the