FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers with author Jeremy Kingsley on what makes a great leader.
True Leaders: Born or Made? (2:52 min)
An interview with Boris Groysberg, Professor, Harvard Business School. Many star performers hired from outside don't perform as expected at their new company. So, develop stars within your company; for example, through strong training and mentoring programs.
Grow Your Stars -- Don't Buy Them (9:38 min)
How do you craft an effective sales pitch? First, ditch the "pitch" -- or at least neglect the traditional meaning of the word.
How To Craft An Effective Sales Pitch
One of my very favorite books in life is "Who Moved My Cheese?", by Spencer Johnson, MD. It has one of the best messages about letting go of the past, getting over the things you cannot change, moving forward, and realizing that there is no reason to fear the unknown because the unknown may be better than anything you could have imagined!
Change Happens. Embrace It. Enjoy It. Look Forward To It.
Trends can be important, especially those long in the making. If lots of smart people are willing to spend years of their lives and millions (if not billions) of dollars on an idea, there’s probably something to it.
5 Trends That Will Drive The Future Of Technology
Here are four reasons why you should be setting goals for your organization.
4 Reasons You Need to Set Business Goals
Marketing: The famous marketing expert explains how small businesses can hone their market efforts..
How to Evaluate a Market Strategy
You have a project to do, but it's big and complex and overwhelming. Or maybe you've done a task so many times before that the thought of repeating it for the umpteenth time turns your stomach. Or it could be that your to-do list is so long you honestly believe you will never ever finish it.
The common denominator here is dread, and it usually directly precedes procrastination.
8 Ways to Nip Procrastination in the Bud
Career Development: When I finally landed an engineering job in the high-tech industry, I thought I'd finally made it, hit the big time. I was going to shoot straight up like a rocket ship to fame and fortune. That’s not exactly how it happened.
Real-World Advice for Leaders of Tomorrow