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You can’t lead others if you can’t lead yourself, and you can’t lead yourself without the right tools. It’s hard to lead others if you don’t know how to lead yourself. This applies not only in business
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Understanding people--yourself, your employees, your coworkers and customers--is the core of all business success. With that in mind, here are eight truths to inform and illuminate your business strategies:
One of the things that makes many in our movement so proud is the sheer diversity social enterprise has throughout its workforce, within its boardrooms and at a senior or chief executive level. Of course
COMPANY CULTURE 12 Ways to a Great Corporate Culture Inc. and Winning Workplaces brought together business leaders from a range of organizations to discover, share and connect. Here are a few takeaways
Zappos has long been a role model for corporate culture. Entrepreneurs regularly make the pilgrimage to the company's Las Vegas headquarters, to learn about Zappos's commitment to being "a little weird,"
Donating vast amounts of money to arts groups, scholarship funds, and local medical centres or improving an oil and gas company's safety record generally seem like actions that benefit a company's stakeholders.
At Menlo Innovations, structure–and multiple keyboards–allows you to split the difference between chaos and bureaucracy. “This year we’re at 330 tours,” says Rich Sheridan, the founder of Menlo Innovations
It's expensive to run a millennial non-profit. We want things to be faster, bolder, and more inclusive -- which usually means a costly emphasis on design, transparency and impact assessment. Today, non-profits