These simple phrases will help you motivate and inspire your team. This story first appeared on The Muse, a Web destination with exciting job opportunities and expert career advice. The first time I had
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The set of human skills that determine how we manage ourselves and our relationships matter enormously. Ask yourself these questions to see how you measure up. Originally published by Daniel Goleman on
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Hint: It's all about doing. For years, I wanted to be the leader. Back in elementary school, I remember being part of a small group of close friends. Every recess, we stuck together. In a world where stones,
As the boss, your goal is to have all your employees operating at their peak level of energy, efficiency, and motivation—which can be a challenge when it comes to leading a team comprised of introverts
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How many times do things in our personal and business life get stuck and we just can't find a way to move out of a painful situation? In those moments everything seems to be working against us, and the
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There’s an enormous amount of research suggesting that emotional intelligence (EQ) is critical to your performance at work. TalentSmart has tested the EQ of more than a million people and found that it
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The words you say and the way you say them can make the difference between your team's success and failure. In leadership, as in most fields, there's a specialized vocabulary. But unlike the language most
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Effectively managing and helping your employees grow is a difficult task. Fortunately, it can be learned. As a business owner you're bound to run into the problem of underperforming employees. In most
The key to her singing voice, sadly, not included. You might not be able to belt a heartfelt ballad like Adele, but you can at least copy her famous eyeliner the next time you need a confidence boost.
Just over a year ago, I talked with the executive vice president of HR for a Fortune 100 company about Joe,* a member of the senior leadership team: “Joe has good ideas, but he’s really negative, and always
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. A new survey out from the software company, Clarizen, states that U.S. employees are spending more time than ever – almost nine hours of work