As the film world prepares to leave the childish things of summer behind and welcome the more serious, artistically ambitious movies of festival and awards season, it’s an opportune moment to consider
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Measuring engagement at work is quite difficult. It’s not like managers can read employees minds, so the best way to find out how to engage employees is to ask. But what is the most effective question
As a leader, it is your responsibility to check in with your employees on a regular basis. In doing so, you can give your employees a voice and keep a pulse on morale and development within your organization.
“Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing.” -- Warren Buffett Whether you've just started your first company or are brand new to management, you probably come to the position ill prepared. Most people
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There's a worthwhile book out there for whatever you need to move forward on your leadership journey. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. It is okay to admit that managing other
If you rely on sleeping pills for a good night's sleep, take note: a recent study found that those who took sleeping aids like Ambien and Lunesta had a higher risk of dying sooner or developing cancer.
As an executive and leadership coach, micromanaging is one of the most common challenges I see. It's a common problem for many leaders, new and old alike. Left unaddressed, micromanaging can severely your
Netflix has so many TV shows available for streaming that the idea of narrowing down your search to just one can be incredibly daunting. Why not fill your queue with shows that celebrate all the diverse,
Readers of my column in management roles will often write to me asking about what they can do to improve their relationships with employees. It's not that hard, I tell them: Simply spend more time creating