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5 Things Every Millennial Needs to Know About Becoming a Leader | Inc.com

You probably know Simon Sinek as a best-selling author and accomplished speaker. But what you probably don't know is that he struggled early on in his career to develop the confidence he's so known for today. Like many of us, Simon struggled early in his career with confidence and was deeply …

Leadership

How to Give Feedback People Can Actually Use

Over the last decade, I’ve conducted thousands of 360-degree feedback interviews with the colleagues of the leaders I coach. My goal with these sessions is to get a better sense of my clients’ strengths and weaknesses, but more often than not, the feedback isn’t particularly useful.<p>How do you give …

How to Teach Employees Skills They Don’t Know They Lack

After spending billions of dollars a year on corporate learning, U.S. companies probably assume that their employees have the knowledge and skills they need to carry out their jobs. The employees themselves probably think they’re prepared, too, having gone through these exercises. But according to …

The Explainer: How Management Teams Can Have a Good Fight

These six tactics create productive conflict with a focus on issues, not personalities.

3 Things Leaders With Impressive Communication Skills Always Do | Inc.com

Communication is an essential life skill for anyone and everyone. It's one of the earliest survival skills we learn as growing children. (How else would we have asked our parents for another cookie?) As we grow and become fully functioning human beings, communication only increases in complexity …

Communication Skills

10 Yoga, Meditative And Restorative Techniques Infographic To Improve Your Sleep Quality

Time flies. It seems as if it's only yesterday when our parents had to drag us, kicking and screaming, to our beds at 9 and make sure we fall asleep.

The Mysteries of the Thyroid

When Alejandro Junger, M.D. first introduced us to Anthony William—author of the fascinating read, <i>Medical Medium Thyroid Healing</i>—we were immediately …

Are Sales Incentives Becoming Obsolete?

To motivate, manage, and reward B2B salespeople, many companies use sales incentive plans that link large commissions or bonuses to individual results metrics, such as territory quota achievement. As digital channels continue to reduce and redefine salespeople’s role in customer buying, these …

The More Senior Your Job Title, the More You Need to Keep a Journal

For leaders assuming the CEO title for the first time, taking time to learn and think translates into early successes. But the problem is there’s little time to do either. Information comes at them more quickly, more people than ever before demand their time, and they’re told that the myriad …

New Managers Should Focus on Helping Their Teams, Not Pleasing Their Bosses

When I first became a manager — an unexpected promotion soon after taking a new job — I found myself feeling awkward about the fact that I had been elevated above my peers. Still, my team was in the middle of a complex first-time project, so I wanted to impress my boss with my handling of it. My …

You Just Had a Difficult Conversation at Work. Here’s What to Do Next

We’ve all been there: the fluorescent light flickering above, your stomach in knots, voices at the table becoming raised, including your own. Nearly everyone experiences difficult conversations at work, whether with peers, managers, clients, or direct reports. We know they are difficult …

Differing Work Styles Can Help Team Performance

Most leaders now recognize that the best teams leverage diversity to achieve long-term success. But many think about it in pretty narrow terms: …

Management

Do You Know How Each Person on Your Team Likes to Work?

When we travel to a country that has a different culture than ours, many of us spend time learning ways to communicate and connect with the people there. We might look up the meanings of common terms and access maps of key attractions.<p>Similarly, when you first become a manager, it’s helpful to …

There Will Be 30 Technology Companies In 2030, 10 in 2050, And Then There Will Be None

Two things are happening simultaneously. First, the old “technology industry” – hardware, software, communications and services companies – is rapidly consolidating. Second, “technology companies” and other vertical companies are morphing into entities that leverage technology for multiple consumer …

AdTech

How to Rebrand Yourself as Creative When You’re Not Perceived That Way

The contemporary business world lauds those who are seen as creative. Innovators such as Elon Musk and Jony Ive have become household names. Yet, for many of us, despite our best efforts to be recognized as creative thinkers, our suggestions in meetings are ignored and our pitches to bosses get …

The 4 Principles of Financial Success You Can’t Ignore

This curated post is authored by Jane Hwangbo, Founder, Mission Over Money,The post The 4 Principles of Financial Success You Can’t Ignore appeared …

Self-improvement

9 Differences Between Being A Leader And A Manager

When you are promoted into a role where you are managing people, you don’t automatically become a leader. There are important distinctions between managing and leading people. Here are nine of the most important differences that set leaders apart:<p><b>1. Leaders create a vision, managers create …

Leadership

The Pricing Strategy Matrix: Selling Your Product or Service at the Ideal Price

© GettyImages<br>Nikada<p>Make sure that the price is right for your product and your market.<p>You've labored long and hard, developing and making your …

Product Management

If You Want a Better Job, You Need to Start Breaking Some Rules

Applying for a job is a waste of time. To get a better job, you need to be different. Start by understanding the rules. Then break them.<p>The talent market in the U.S. is heating up. As a result companies that want to compete for the strongest talent are shifting from becoming more efficient weeding …

Developing Charisma: Increasing Your Influence in the Workplace

© Veer<br>Ryanking999<p>Charisma is often associated with the stars, but you can have it, too.<p>Have you ever worked with a very charismatic leader? If so, …

Dealing With Rude Customers: Managing Your Emotions in a Hostile Confrontation

© GettyImages<br>StudioGrandOuest<p>Facing an abusive customer can be a frightening experience.<p>Imagine that you've just picked up the phone to answer a …

Self-help

How to Fake It When You’re Not Feeling Confident

Sometimes you feel like you’re in over your head. Perhaps you got a big promotion or are leading a new, high-profile initiative but you worry that you don’t have the right skills or experience to succeed. Are there strategies you can use to jolt your confidence? How do you “fake it ‘til you make …

Leadership

Headed For Burnout? 7 Strategies To Thrive Under Pressure

Feeling anxious? Overwhelmed? Continually exhausted but unable to sleep well? Chances are you may be on the brink of burning out.<p>Not good.<p>Numerous studies show that job stress is far and away the major source of stress for American adults and that it has escalated progressively over the past few …

Sleep

3 Moves to Build Money Confidence in Your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s

The older you get, the more confident you'll feel about your money, right?<p>Actually, no. According to new research from LearnVest, it turns out that age doesn't necessarily correlate with financial confidence in the way you might expect.<p>The study, which surveyed more than 100,000 people, found that …

SMART Goals: How to Make Your Goals Achievable

© iStockphoto<br>GÜNEL_GÜLDAĞI<p>Use SMART goals to reach your objectives.<p>The trouble with not having a goal is that you can spend your life running up and …

Too many of us are thinking about money all wrong, and it's keeping us from building wealth

Even when you aren't living paycheck to paycheck, there's comfort in knowing you could cover a surprise $1,000 bill (many Americans can't) or buy a last-minute concert ticket when your favorite act comes to town.<p>You could — but hopefully you won't have to. Instead, you'll just bask in the warm glow …

How to Talk in Meetings When You Hate Talking in Meetings

Nobody loves meetings. But they can be especially taxing for people who crave a quieter setting for brainstorming or thinking through issues, or who struggle to have their voices heard in a room full of loud-talkers. How can these folks make sure their ideas are well-represented in team meetings? …

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Stop Doing Low-Value Work

In the past, time management experts would recommend that you divide up your work into A tasks, B tasks, and C tasks. The concept was to do the A tasks first, then the B tasks, then the C tasks, when you can get to them. If priorities changed, you just changed the order of your As, Bs, and Cs. …

How to Know If Someone Is Ready to Be a Manager

When you’re hiring a new manager, the stakes are high. You need someone who can effectively lead people, manage a budget, liaise with upper management — and, usually, do it all from day one. But what if a potential hire doesn’t yet have a track record in doing all of the above? Would you hire or …