Maryna Muller

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5 Tips for New Team Leaders

I’ve been a new manager five times in my career: once as a first-time manager at Google going from being a teammate to leading peers, three times as I was promoted within Google, and most recently as the new Chief Revenue Officer for UberConference, a teleconferencing startup in San Francisco. What …

4 Keys To A Corporate Culture That Drives Customer And Organizational Success

A customer-centered company culture is overwhelmingly resistant to being knocked off by your competition. This makes it more powerful than almost any other competitive advantage, which will likely be ripped off–sooner rather than later.<p>At Apple, insiders credit much of the company’s success in …

7 Ways to End Every Meeting on a Positive Note | Inc.com

So often meetings feel like yet another necessary evil of doing business. At the end of a meeting, we observe quick exits, zoned-out looks, and the whispered utterances, "Well, that was a waste of time" or "Thought it would never end."<p>Perhaps you've been doing all the right things--planning …

Steal-Worthy Wedding Hair Ideas

Hey there lovely readers! Your <i>wedding</i> is your chance to be a star for a day, so I thought I’d wrapped up this lovely week by giving you a collection …

5 Reasons To Do An Employee Survey

Back by popular demand...<p>The <b>70 tips</b> below make for a good list for learning how to become a better leader when you don't have a lot of time to read …

21 Ways to Be a Better Leader Without Breaking a Sweat | Inc.com

Let's jump right in, shall we?<p><b>1. Switch off your cell phone.</b> Go on, you can do it. Just for one meeting.<p><b>2. Look people in the eyes.</b> Practice doing it consistently.<p><b>3. Think.</b> Pick an hour in the day (the week, if you're really strapped) and just think. Don't listen. Don't read. Don't talk. Don't eat. …

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