Archive for the ‘Motivation’ Category

In the age of Facebook, Kickstarter and Groupon, startup teams are getting younger, more ambitious and diverse, but the synergy amongst team members are not always there. This is why even the most innovative and creative startups can learn from established companies about effective human capital management and team development.

The truth is that you can learn, and teach, innovation as well as you can teach marketing or leadership. You just need to understand how it works.

Change is everywhere. Whether you like it or not, you will experience some transitions, both major and minor, in your lifetime. Changes in an office setting is not an exception.

Accountability is one virtue that every company wishes for their employees, although not all of them are able to integrate this into their system.

Strengthening and growing your business along with engaging and developing your employees should be the items at the top of your "to do" list. Fortunately, when executed properly, these goals complement one another very nicely

When you work from home, it can be challenging to focus. These tips will help you be more productive.

While many people think you have to sit around, waiting for inspiration to strike, recent research indicates that inspiration can be captured, manipulated, and even activated.

Not all people can be a good company director, though most think they can. Here are 10 traits that contribute to the make up of a successful director.

There has been a lot of discussion and debates on what motivates entrepreneurs. How do you know if you or someone else is an entrepreneur? Deeply embedded in the practice of entrepreneurship is passion.

Many startup executives have noted that having passion is one of the key drivers for entrepreneurial success. Passion drives some entrepreneurs to assume high levels of risk taking that many may see as being unconventional and even crazy.

Are you one of the forward-thinking employers or managers who loves to give workers incentives rather than be forced to hand out punishment? OSHA may have some harsh words for you: Stop it!