Yes, Boomers and Gen Xers love these as much as Millennials. Somebody asked me the difference between management and leadership. In a rush to a meeting, I said, "You manage the work, and you lead your
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Being an entrepreneur is far from easy. Sleepless nights, constant stress and wearing multiple hats, all are the norm. From the outside looking
This is the secret story behind life as a boss. To be clear, I’m not about to share secrets about leaders. That’s for another column on a different day. And to make doubly sure we’re both on the same a
With so many lessons, here are a few signals that you are doing it all wrong. Whether you are a new startup founder building out your team or that up and coming corporate manager leading a team, you undoubtedly
Great leadership is a habit. It is something you embody every day, and that means adopting more leadership-oriented language. Leadership: it is one of the most important skills to have in the job market.
Abhay Parekh is the co-founder and CEO of recruiting startup Lytmus. As every entrepreneur knows, an idea is only as good as the team executing it. However, building the right team is often even harder
Bill Campbell dies at 75, leaving Silicon Valley's top leaders without their most trusted adviser. Most Silicon Valley titans are familiar figures. They make commencement speeches that rack up millions
Looker, a data visualization and business intelligence startup announced a new component today that brings Looker data directly into Slack conversations without having to access the program separately.
Nagging doesn't work and neither do inspirational speeches. This does. What's harder than talking yourself into making difficult but necessary changes in your life? Getting the people you love (or even
Live chat has become ubiquitous as a sales and support tool for software as a service (SaaS) or cloud based services. Entire businesses have been built around providing live chat, such as Olark (which
It’s 2:00 p.m. Your lunch sits snugly in your stomach causing fog to settle over your brain. Your energy is low. Thought processes stop mid-stream. You know what needs to get done, but your body is resisting
Unfortunately, you can't turn off the part of your brain that's still preoccupied with work issues. Yet a new study suggests that there's a simple strategy for mentally distancing yourself from your job.