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Mommy? Drill Sergeant? What Type of Boss Are You?

Bestselling author Christine Comaford explains why the best managers have multiple personalities.

29 Jun 2013,

How to Unlock Your Employees' Hidden Potential

Employees who show up and just do their jobs could likely be doing a whole lot more. Here's how to get more out of them.

20 Jun 2013,

The Four Questions Great Leaders Ask

“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.” —Voltaire

18 Jun 2013,

Hotel Business: Operating Independents Requires Tenacity

Having been told I was being promoted and could look forward to my first posting as GM on a small sunny island in the Caribbean, I said “Thank you very much” and quietly cringed. As hotel manager at the prestigious The Drake Chicago, transitioning from Armani-Hermes to Tommy Bahama, from Michigan Avenue to the Leeward Side, from the Palm Court to the pool bar, was not my idea of a promotion.

15 Jun 2013,

3 Metrics You Aren't Tracking--But Should

If your people are your most important asset, why aren't you spending more time optimizing their talent? Here's how to do it.

15 Jun 2013,

Stay Nimble, Be Quick: 3 Tips

Is your business nimble enough to survive the next shift in the global online marketplace?

13 Jun 2013,

How to Defuse an Ethical Time-Bomb in Your Company

Maybe you think that problems can't infect your company because you've got clearly stated rules against them. Boy, are you in for a surprise.

13 Jun 2013,

Fake It Until You Make It: How to Believe in Yourself When You Don't Feel Worthy

Do you ever feel like you don't quite deserve your success or aren't fully qualified to do what you do? That common feeling is what psychologists call the "impostor syndrome," a phenomenon where successful people feel like frauds waiting for someone to realize that they're unfit for their leadership roles.

07 Jun 2013,

How to Sell with Confidence

The key to sales success is belief in yourself and what you have to offer. Here's how to cultivate it.

06 Jun 2013,

Test the Waters Before You Announce Bad News

When there's tough news to deliver, we often assume the right thing to do is tell everyone who is affected at once. But controversial and emotional news can be difficult to announce in a large public forum.

06 Jun 2013,

How to Deal with Your Crazy Boss

The world is filled with deranged people and you've come across the good fortune of working for one of them. You may be in a bad situation, but that doesn't mean you can't cope. Here's how to deal with your crazy boss.

05 Jun 2013,

The Secret To Effective Delegation

While most everyone in business would agree that delegation is critical to managerial success, how often are we dissatisfied with the results of what we’ve delegated?

05 Jun 2013,

Why Employees Aren't Telling You the Truth

Feel like you're always the last one to know about problems in the company? You're at least partly to blame.

04 Jun 2013,

7 Employees You Should Promote Now

What if the next Mark Zuckerberg or Larry Page came to work at your company? Would you know what to do with them?

02 Jun 2013,

6 Reasons Leaders Make Bad Decisions

Employees are growing noticeably more frustrated With Their leaders. Their Employees want leaders to Have Their backs and listen to Their Concerns, To Provide clarity of purpose and performance expectations, and to chart a roadmap for the future.

30 May 2013,

The Problem With Squeezing Employees Too Hard

Pressuring your team to do more with less can lead to unethical behavior, warns a new survey.

28 May 2013,

The Real Truth About Sales Process

Sales process is not about how you sell but how the customer buys.

28 May 2013,

4 Things Every Team Needs

No matter how big or small your team or what its goal is, there are four things it needs to succeed. As a leader, it’s your job to help your group create and adhere to each of these:

28 May 2013,

Break the Cycle of Busyness with These Three Questions

Humans are habitual creatures. We fall into habits and routines to help us get through the day, but after awhile, some of those habits might become unnecessary, and can cause us to constantly feel busy or overwhelmed. Every few months, it's worth stepping back and taking inventory to break out of the cycle of busyness.

27 May 2013,

How to Give (and Receive) Positive Criticism

Criticism hurts for most, but given right, it can inspire both the critic and the critiqued. Here are five tips to make your critique a positive experience.

27 May 2013,