Caroline Sly

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Why Steve Jobs Misunderstood (or Ignored) the Golden Rule

A top pastor shares 5 reasons why 'Do Unto Others' is a smart management strategy.<p>The single best piece of business advice I've ever received came from a wizened boss at a now-defunct PR firm. He said, "You're a natural at what you do, but you'll never grab the brass ring if you don't apply The …

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52 Things to Improve in the Office for a Successful 2016 | Inc.com

Do you want this year to be better? Did your New Year's resolutions include doing better at the office? Most of us focus on personal goals, but shouldn't we think about ways we can improve as managers and business owners? Here are 52 resolutions for the office in 2016. Put them on your list:<p>1. …

Productivity

7 Simple Things Really Productive People Do Every Day | Inc.com

I am ready to work. Opportunities are happening with abundance and I am ready to get lots of stuff done. When I get in a productivity mode, I like to learn from those who seem to be busier than I am and yet seem to be relaxed while they accomplish a ton.<p>Lately I have been interviewing some CEOs who …

Time Management

A Blueprint for the First Work Day of 2016 | Inc.com

<b>Editor's note:</b> <i>"The First 90 Days" is a series about how to make 2016 a year of breakout growth for your business. Let us know how you're making the First 90 Days count by joining the conversation on social media with the hashtag #Inc90Days.</i><p>It's a new year, a chance to start fresh. Before you get …

MIT Sloan

Asking Open-Ended Questions Helps New Managers Build Trust

In many companies and organizations, new managers are selected as a result of their success in technical and operational roles. This seems to be a sensible approach, as the manager needs to understand the challenges facing his or her direct reports. At the same time, it’s fundamentally flawed. The …