Kyle Broyer

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Thousands fast after Putin signs law banning evangelism outside of churches

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law last week a measure punishing any kind of religious evangelization outside of churches, which some observers have called one of the most restrictive move in "post-Soviet history."<p>"This new situation resembles the Soviet Union in 1929. At that time …

True Leaders Are Teachable

Lists can be remarkably instructive and challenging, especially when they appear in articles that address matters relating to Christian living and …

Are You In A Leadership Role? Here's What You Need To Know About Your Brain

Human beings actually have three brains. Both our hearts and our intestines have neural tissue. So there is the heart-brain, the gut-brain and the brain that sits in our cranium (or, if you count the one that sits in our cranium as three—reptile, mammalian, and human neo-cortex—then we actually …

Everything About Great Leadership Comes Down to This Essential Question

If you think you're a good boss now, this may change your perception.<p>I'm going to let the cat out of the bag. If you haven't noticed yet, this column is heavily slanted toward promoting a best-in-class leadership philosophy the business world has yet to fully discover. It's as if I were writing …

Millennials Explain Why They Moved Back in with Their Parents

"I just can't stomach paying $1,400 to live in a room when I could live in a house for free."<p>According to a much-hyped Pew report from last month, living with your parents is the new not living with your parents. The percentage of 18- to 34-year-olds who live at home is now the highest it's been …

5 Ways to Stay Positive and Focused on Success

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>To be a successful entrepreneur, you consistently have to give your best. That’s why so many are drawn to become one in the first place. However, when your success feels like it is at the mercy of your customers, competitors, and the …

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10 Rules That Explain Everything You Need to Know About Writing--and Reading--Email

These tips will clear up a lot of problems we all have over email.<p>I've been critical of email in the past, partly because I'm inundated with so many messages. I'm hoping someone invents a hybrid that replaces email and yet isn't just a closed messaging system like Convo. Until then, we're stuck …

7 Secrets to a Killer Morning Routine

Time is a precious commodity, particularly in those pre-work morning hours. How you spend those moments can either make or break the rest of your day.<p>…

5 Incredibly Simple Habits of Leaders Who Know How to Empower Their People

How less work--not more--will help you become a better leader.<p>As a parent, one thing I've learned is the importance of empowerment. Unless you want your kids to rely on you forever--and worse yet, never move out--you have to give them the tools they need to survive and then let go. In my …

5 Reasons Why There Are No Bad Teams, Just Bad Leaders

There are no bad soldiers under great generals. It's that simple.<p>This is a common theme in the military and a philosophy embraced by good leaders. It embodies the reality that if leaders have built a great team and are providing sound leadership, there is no reason the team can't succeed and win.<p>In …

Five Things Your Brand Needs To Know About Marketing To Teens

Although teens can be obsessive (trust me, I know), and marketers even more so, does that mean businesses have to be ‘customer obsessed’ when marketing to teens? Merriam Webster defines obsession as “<i>a persistent disturbing preoccupation with an often unreasonable idea or feeling</i>”. Sounds rather …

Attention Millennials: Your Dream Job Could Be a Tweet, Post or Pin Away

There's never any doubt that when May rolls around, there's always a sea of graduates saying goodbye to their colleges and universities and hello to …

How a Transparent Team Culture Can Improve Customer Service

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>It can be tough to pinpoint the exact reason a customer decides to do business with your company, but more often than not, it is the moment the consumer chooses to trust your brand. With this in mind, it makes sense for companies in any …

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Organizations Concerned About Leadership Programs For Millennials

Organizations worldwide have pinpointed a lack of capability when it comes to providing leadership programs for the millennial generation, according to Deloitte’s 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report. The ability to develop leadership programs for millennials is cited as an area of weakness by …

6 Generational Traits Millennials Can Work on to Stop Perception Problems

Hardly a day goes by without a new missive on the apparently troubling task of teaching, managing or marketing to millennials. Our elders—including …

Why Successful Leadership Depends On Connections

One of the criticisms frequently leveled at senior executives is that they prefer doing deals to actually running businesses. Given the amount of management time and effort (not to mention expense) involved in a typical transaction, one would think that leaders would only decide on an acquisition …

Even Taylor Swift's mom thought it was 'Starbucks lovers'

Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” includes one of the great misheard lyrics from the last year: “All the lonely Starbucks lovers.” The real lyric does not …

Social Anxiety May Be Associated with High IQ and Empathetic Ability

Over the last few years, studies have been published against the notion of spirituality and the people who practice it. Various studies have also …

Teaching Teenagers to Develop Their Emotional Intelligence

If the U.S. is going to remain competitive in an increasingly global business environment, we need a future workforce that’s prepared. But the reality is that the youth who will be tomorrow’s innovators, educators, politicians, and business professionals aren’t ready to meet such competitive …

The Scrappy Habit That Made Young Elon Musk a Successful Entrepreneur

Even as a child, the famed Tesla and SpaceX CEO was willing to do most anything to make ends meet.<p>Elon Musk may be a seriously successful business owner, as well as one of the richest people in the world, but at one time he was just a kid like the rest of us.<p>Or maybe not quite like the rest of …

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How to Promote Yourself Without Looking Like a Jerk

Self-promotion can be uncomfortable for many people. That’s certainly true for foreign professionals in America, who have to navigate different cultural mores in the most bullish nation on earth when it comes to personal branding. But even for many Americans, it’s a tricky prospect: how can you …

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Future Leaders Need Organizational Mindfulness

The business world today is experiencing a leadership gap. We talk about the skills gap and the challenges facing recruiting. What about leadership? …

How Unconventional, Experiential Learning Is Reshaping Higher Education

“More caffeine, please!” My inner voice craves. I stare attentively at the same macroeconomic graph with X, Y, and Z axes on the projector screen for the <i>nth</i> time. In class the next day, the professor provides another interpretation of her theory. “Has she any real-world work experience?” I ask …

4 Essential Skills Good Managers Have

When you become a manager you accept responsibility for everyone on your team. These are the ways you should step up.<p>In 2009, Google embarked on an ambitious project to build a better manager. Dubbed Project Oxygen, the company turned its typically robust analysis and data mining capabilities …

Building High Performance Teams Takes More Than Talent

We’ve all come across this type of person in our careers: the guy who is miserable to work with but who’s also “the top salesman we have.” Or how about “the smartest guy in the room,” who’s also the most unapproachable person you’ve ever met? The talent may well be there but, in today’s …

Your Mission Statement is Not Your Story

I lead the digital efforts at The Rockefeller Foundation, and I have the great pleasure and challenge to explore how digital can be leveraged to make …

You're Never Too Young To Be A Leader

How to Show Trustworthiness in a Job Interview

Most advice about job interviews is about how to assess a candidate’s skills, if you’re the interviewer, and how to demonstrate your skills if you’re the candidate – so that you will come across as smart and motivated. And there, right out of the gate, we’ve got a problem. Because the most …