The secret to leadership is there aren't any real secrets. The best leaders have simply gone to school on improving their tradecraft.
5 Transitions Great Leaders Make That Average Leaders Don't
If you receive a promotion or new position, you'll need to have a plan in place for your departure - including a solid suggestion for someone to fill your role. And that means you need to be preparing your employees for leadership now.
5 Strategies That Will Turn Your Employees Into Leaders
We have discovered, just as surely as we have learned to build and sell award-winning software, that these things - the unmeasurables - are the essence that brings the heart and soul of a company to life.
The Most Valuable Business Commodity: Trust
Influence is no longer about doing something to someone to get what you want. Real influence is about forging deep connections quickly, stepping into someone’s world authentically, and striving for consistent win/win outcomes.
How To Influence Anyone, Any Time, Anywhere: 4 Subconscious Secrets
I've always just done things using my gut instinct. Yet, in the face of some cash flow hiccups this past year, I decided I was missing a fundamental understanding of key indicators that would help me guard against, rather than react to, financial ups and downs.
3 Financial Metrics You Can't Miss
Bring up the cloud and you're likely to find people who either love it or don't trust it - no matter how secure and reliable you tell them it is.
3 Cloud Services That Make Work Easier
Should you show the world your technology before it's fully baked? Google did with Project Glass - but that doesn't mean you should.
The Dangers of Marketing Half-Baked Products
Professional Social Networking: Hopefully, long-term disbelievers are at least learning a little about LinkedIn and the options available. But not all activity adds up to a better presence. Here are three common, damaging mistakes that even experienced users make:
3 bad mistakes good people make on LinkedIn
Typically, we choose our leaders for their skill at conveying messages clearly and powerfully. But, in my experience, it's their ability to receive messages that distinguishes the best leaders from the rest.
The Most Overlooked Leadership Skill
Marketing: Despite all these things: snazzy new marketing efforts, aesthetics and menu overhaul, it all came crumbling down for me after about 15 minutes. The impact of the millions spent on marketing was instantly voided due to the abysmal experience at this establishment. From my vantage point, their marketing strategy died on the spot.
What Can Kill an Excellent Marketing Strategy
Process: As organizations strive to make the most of limited resources, A growing number of accountants are learning to see waste in a new light.
Accounting for Waste