We're all attracted to confident people who know where they're headed, especially the leaders we want to follow. But take one wrong step into the terrain of arrogance and people dynamics change and trust
Leaders are not developed overnight. Rather, leaders develop competencies across a continuum over time. Indeed, leaders mature along a curve based on experiences and the skills and competencies that they
I've written about emotional intelligence plenty of times in the past, including: How asking these 7 job interview questions will reveal someone's true emotional intelligence. 12 of the best books on intelligence.
Maybe you're starting a company or managing an initiative in a large corporation. Or you're promoting a product or service--or yourself. Or you're formally presenting to a senior leader or hoping to grab
Science Says 51 Percent of U.S. Employees Are Quitting Their Jobs Right Now. Try These 4 Strategies to Keep Them From Leaving
Last year, Gallup published the third iteration of its State of the American Workplace report, an in-depth study created to help business leaders optimize their hiring, engagement, and performance strategies.
A growth mindset is one of the qualities that separates successful people from others. When you believe you are always learning and growing, you are free to take action, make mistakes, and evolve. Successful
Common wisdom in management science and practice has it that to build support for a change project, visionary leadership is needed to outline what is wrong with the current situation. By explaining how
Jeff Bezos runs Amazon with 14 defined leadership principles. Here's how a 23-year-old engineer leveraged 5 of them to land
Amazon just hit $1 trillion in value. It's also where the most Americans want to work this year, according to a LinkedIn survey. Led by Jeff Bezos, Amazon has 14 leadership principles for its employees.
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Google has a lot it wants to teach us. The search giant offers a massive number of online courses, many of them targeted to students or recent graduates through Grow with Google. Others will teach you
Losing belly fat is no easy feat. It requires you to work hard and pay close attention to your daily habits. You might think that working out for hours on end is the best way to shed excess fat around
Contrary to popular belief, cover letters can help you stand out and get a job interview today. You might think employers don't read them--especially if you've been applying online endlessly and not getting
The majority of teams I work with have a conflict problem: They have too little conflict. They seldom express dissent, diversity of opinion, or frustration. Instead, they act passive-aggressively toward
What are different career paths in tech? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Ajit Kulkarni,
Sometimes, an employee just needs an extra jolt. Other times, you will need to pull the plug. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Companies are increasing their focus on employee
A millennial, a GenXer, and a baby boomer all walked into a bar. No, really! It happened last night. I was the GenXer. The millennial was talking about how he wanted to find a job where he could have impact.”
It's unwise to be a one-trick pony when it comes to leadership. Rather, you need to be adaptable and have multiple leadership approaches at your disposal. An adaptable leadership style is one that is enough
To be a good leader, you must be a good motivator. Unfortunately, quoting past presidents and thought leaders aren't always going to cut it. To motivate others, you must be motivated yourself. And like
If you're like me, you set up your LinkedIn profile over five years ago, update it whenever you get a new job or gig, and use it mostly to connect with people you've met at conferences. There's nothing
Being an entrepreneur is hard. That is pretty much a universal truth. But it becomes exponentially harder when you operate under false assumptions, outdated conventions, and myths. I graduated with my
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. In today's America, we tend to feel gray areas are a touch passé. You're either right or you're
Let's start with a hard truth: Many people in management roles got promoted to managerial positions based on individual job performance or tenure, not because of their natural ability to effectively lead,
Never email someone and ask to 'jump on the phone,' 'get coffee' or 'pick your brain.' Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. My journey began when I was an 18-year-old college
Have you ever thought about the essence of true leadership? How exactly do you define it? Better yet, how do you simply become a good leader in your office or business -- enough so that your employees,