Kevin Ryan is one of those startup titans, that when anyone hears he is raising money for a new company, they want it. With over $700M in capital raised, across 40 plus fundraising rounds and one of his
What if all the time-management articles that promise us greater productivity (wonderful and well-intentioned as they may be) are missing the point? What if these articles are going on assumptions that
We announced major news in the $135 billion worldwide corporate training industry this week: after four years of budget cuts, spending increased on corporate L&D increased by 9.5% last year. This is a
Technology is disrupting every industry and area of life, and work is no exception. One of the main career implications of the digital revolution is a shift in demand for human expertise. For instance,
By: Angela Fresne Influencing without authority is a critical job skill for project managers. Keeping the cats herded requires a combination of strong project management and communication skills. When
One of the most detrimental mindsets in any position is that it's more efficient to do everything alone, rather than investing time to delegate it to someone else. When we do this, we suffocate our schedules
Millennials are now the largest group of professionals in the U.S. And according to a recent Gallup poll, 21 percent of them (those born 1980-1996) have changed jobs within the past year--a number 3x high
Nobody likes to lose good employees. So leaders everywhere have been trying to crack the code on the best methods of motivating and retaining their employees. Let me share a little secret with you about
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Here's how getting creative with your approach to case studies can cut out the high-pressure sell. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Recently, business-to-business (B2B) buyers
Often leaders are focusing so intensely on growth that we miss that our team’s emotional experience is suffering. And when they’re suffering, they’re in their Critter State versus their Smart State. Why?
The home office is considered to be the most productive workspace in 2018, according to research by Jabra. The global survey of business professionals in the U.S., U.K., Germany and France found that one
Wisteria is a climbing vine that drapes big, gorgeous clusters of lilac-colored flowers like a cascading waterfall. It is fairly easy to grow, so much so that it can get out of control and spread wildly.
Sometimes we get lost. Other times we get distracted. But most of all, we often get so consumed with the game of life--all of its pursuits, sensations, and experiences--that we forget the truths that at
Chris Voss may be the best negotiator in the world. Voss spent more than two decades in the FBI, during which he worked on more than 150 international hostage cases. Eventually, he was chosen among thousands