Archive for the ‘Leadership’ Category

While offices are different, there are certain things that a new manager has to watch out for and the following are just a few things to monitor to make sure your first few months as a manager go smoothly.

One might think that all entrepreneurs are successful; yet, that’s not always the case. Here is a list of things that differentiate successful entrepreneurs from the unsuccessful ones.

You’ve gone through the lengthy process of interviewing, vetting and interviewing some more. Now, you’ve hired a manager to help your business succeed.

We discussed ways nonprofits can benefit from entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, global marketing strategies, thought leadership branding, and emerging trends in business education.

Below are 7 strategies that managers can utilize to strengthen security and consider preventing crime.

5 “NEW” key elements that can help leaders of nonprofits operate their organization more like a hungry startup – my Forbes article recap.

Thanksgiving is about showing gratitude. It’s about slowing down, indulging, and giving thanks for another great year. During this period, show the people who have helped your business succeed, how grateful you are for their help.

Planning an exit strategy may provide protection against potential loss and financial hardship down the road.

From checking your inbox to scrolling through your social media newsfeed, your attention is constantly pulled in all directions. Trying to manage your productivity in this type of world is tough, to say the least. But, it’s not impossible.

Good leaders should be self-aware and appreciate how their communication skills (verbal and non-verbal) can impact the team.