One of the things that managers struggle with the most is leadership. But, how can this be? A manager is a leader. Not quite, a manager must become a leader. Management and leadership are not the same things. Develop better leadership skills with these 6 strategies.
What do Diane Lockhart, Jessica Pearson, Nikita, and Gina Rodriguez have in common with Oprah, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Ruiz, and Indra Nooyi? They’re all strong, successful, smart, sophisticated, savvy savants—aka Alpha females. Here are 50 quotes to motivate all boss chicks!
Many a company starts out all modern and a product of the times, but it’s not long before they begin to look, well, a little bit dated. Things move fast in the business world, and if you’re not maintaining business relevance, then you’ll be at risk of falling behind.
If you’re the boss of your company, or you’re in a senior management position where you work, you’re going to need to get your leadership skills down to an art. Your leadership development and management skills are vital to the success of your team.
If you're a manager, you know that one of the hardest parts of your job is managing the multiple personalities you have to deal with daily. But, managing each person doesn't have to be that hard. I'll walk you through the different DiSC profiles.
Your faithful employees work for you day in and day out. They are responsible for helping your business grow. They are deserve to reap some rewards for their hard work. These are some employee rewards examples you can start at your startup.
Does the idea of working less and doing more sound appealing? Then what’s stopping you from making a change? Here’s four ways you can begin to work smarter.
There is one relationship that can really make or break the success of a restaurant. It’s the relationship between the owner and the kitchen staff.
Employees will respond well to a show of appreciation for their efforts as it shows you have recognized their hard work. Just saying thank you can mean a lot to them, but a reward goes down well too.
The truth is that lots of corporate strategies are below par regarding training. Writing down a list of must-haves and churning out a PowerPoint presentation isn’t a program. It’s a surefire way to bore employees to tear and not improve their skills. If you want to do the opposite, you need to implement these four key strategies.
Not too sure what job hunters look for when they are in the market for a new position? Don’t worry; here’s a quick round-up of all the job perks that new recruits will want from your company.
In order for your brand to work, it needs to be embodied in everything you and your employees do. This is easy enough to enforce on the premises, but if you have employees working for you remotely from home or the road this is a little more challenging. You need to take steps to ensure that your employees are not only safe and responsible on the road, but that they are also properly representative of your brand in their actions and behavior.
If you want to work on retaining your employees and you are struggling for ideas, check out these tips.
People aren’t machines, yet you wouldn’t think this was true the way bosses push their employees. Employees are the cornerstone of a successful business, which is one reason a manager relies on his/her team so much. And, when groups are energized, then there is nothing they can’t achieve. Here are a few tips to help get your staff and the company out of a funk.
There are some common mistakes made by most leaders that are avoidable if you know some leadership strategies. Here are five common mistakes which can and should be avoided if you’re in a leadership role...
These are 10 key concepts that leaders can implement to better their leadership skills and manage more effectively.
With the baby boom generation still firmly in the traditional captains of industry seats, Generation X, Y, and Z are discovering career paths that break tradition. Figure out how you can get and stay ready no matter what path you choose!
Considering a new job opportunity? Find out how to evaluate the company you're about to join before you sign on the dotted line.