Category Archives for Leadership and Teamwork

Thinking About Your Future

There are two simple steps to make when thinking about your future, according to recent Strategy+Business article by George Barbee. These are building your “foresight network” and improving

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The Role Dimensions that Lead to Happy, Productive Team Members

If you’re a team leader whose main goal is to develop a happy and productive team, how do you make that happen? Truth is, there are a few different strategies, and all of them require a degree of

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27 Tools for Thriving as a Leader in Tough Times

  More often than not, people will be able to better relate to your struggles than your successes. This is because the struggles and challenges which accompany the road to success are something that

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How Top Founders Stay Focused – 6 Key Motivators

On the surface, it may seem goals like getting rich and having power would be powerful motivators. Yet, studies have shown that these external motivators carry little long term weight. Author Bill George

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Avoid Startup Failure with These Five Tips

A startup is like a newborn child. It’s expensive, time consuming, keeps you up late at night, and demands almost constant attention. You want to see your startup become something incredible, something

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5 Jobs Every Entrepreneur Should Work Before Building a Business

Nobody is born to be an an entrepreneur. Years of experience doing various other jobs and tasks play a significant role in driving someone towards entrepreneurship. For a potential venture to be successful,

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6 Tips for Safeguarding Great Ideas

Once an idea is born, it has a long way to go before it can reach the point of implementation. Many things can get in the way of burgeoning ideas – naysayers, lack of resources, and bad management among

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Pay Attention to Your Professional Image (Only If You Want to be Treated with More Respect and Given More Responsibility)

Felix – a new assistant department manager for a small firm – couldn’t figure out why the people beneath him never showed him respect. He considered himself to be relatively outspoken, he dressed

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Change Your Environment to Go Paperless

For many modern offices the prospect of “Going Paperless” seems a daunting task. However, with a few quick changes, freeing your environment of its abundant paper problem is really quite simple.

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5 Tips to Make Your Work Hours Work for You

Did you know that certain times of the day and week are better than others in terms of productivity? Learn to work smarter, not harder with these timely tips from Stephanie Vozza: Send E-mails Smartly According

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