While companies are defined by the work of their staff, they all need a figurehead and a leader to act as the face of the business, and to shape their corporate strategy. That's where the CEO comes in.
From setting goals to drinking coffee, these bad morning habits might surprise you. There are a number of things you’re probably doing every morning that are actually hindering your productivity. If you’re
I remember reading a line from Ernest Hemingway in college that went something like “The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” As I’ve gotten older and seen business and personal
For American Airlines Flight Attendants, Life Will Never Be the Same (After All the Crazy Changes That Happened Last Week)
Flying with American Airlines this week? Be extra patient and kind to your flight attendants. They're going through a ton of changes after several things happened all at the same time recently. And change
It's no secret that readers are leaders. Often, success models a clear formula that can be very easily reproduced after reading how someone else did it first. Through the power of books, anyone can hone
When you join an organization, you have a short window of time to adapt to its culture. It’s the old 90-day rule. And we know too many talented individuals who have stumbled in their new company because
Traditionally, startup businesses draft a business plan for three specific reasons: to articulate their vision for the business, to document how they plan to solve key challenges, and to pitch their business
Serena Williams Just Performed a Stunning Act of Kindness for the Player Who Defeated Her in the U.S. Open
How do you recover from an emotional meltdown? That's the challenge tennis player Serena Williams recently faced. Williams, one of the most celebrated tennis stars of all time, lost the U.S. Open to 20-year-old
This post written by Roland Legge was originally featured on YourTango. Because we've all been there. Parenting is probably the most significant challenge you will take on in life, and as you strive to
One question that has long plagued organizations is how to improve performance among frontline workers, the people who actually drive customer experience. Our work with hundreds of companies offers a and
There's no shortage of advice on raising successful kids or how to coach kids. Or even how to be a kid, for that matter. But when findings from a 47-year study from noted experts on child development I
Seattle is home to more than just giants like Amazon and Starbucks. There are rising software companies, health services, and media startups. The Emerald City has also become the West Coast mecca for and
Follow this visualization guide to achieve absolute clarity in your goals. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I was horsing around with my dog the other day -- I promise this
Trying to change yourself is a waste of time, and if you want to be richer, wake up earlier, or quit smoking already, there's
• The whole idea of change is an arbitrary construct.• When we try to reinvent ourselves, we get our identities involved and things get emotionally turbulent.• The trick to changing any habit is to that
• Their focus shifts from why they’re writing music to what their music has brought them. Consequently, they are either satisfied with their results and no longer have the drive to write more. Or, they
Did you know that 95% of our purchase decisions take place unconsciously? While most customers think that they are making a decision based on facts, what they are actually doing is buying emotionally,
Every few years, a business philosophy or mode of thinking magically makes it to top of minds and headlines. If you're a startup founder trying to quickly acquire customers, you likely hear "growth hacker"
It happens all the time: A group of managers get together at a resort for two days to hammer out a “strategic plan.” Done and dusted, they all head home. But have they produced a plan with a strategy?
"Being a giver is not good for a 100-yard dash, but it's valuable in a marathon."-- Adam Grant Many people are TAKERS, especially those who desperately want success. They engage in relationships solely