Not enough time in the day to run your small business? Learn how to help your employees (not to mention yourself) get the most out of every workday.
In a growing business, you may not have the time for quality interaction with your employees. Thirteen busy entrepreneurs share how they stay connected with their staff.
To be a successful leader, there are certain qualities that you will need to master. So, how can you strengthen your leadership competencies?
A disengaged employee is like an unplugged alarm clock–neither works very well. To keep your company’s most valuable asset motivated and productive, you must learn the secrets to employee engagement.
A good leader is a mix of many different qualities, some obvious and some not so obvious. These 10 lesser-known qualities play a significant role in providing the effective leadership skills you need for your team to excel.
Do you struggle to stay organized as you run your small business? Here are six secrets to better organization.
Smart leaders know that they can’t do it all, no matter how much they’d like to handle everything on their own. That’s where delegation comes in.
One of the best things you can do if you want to save money over time is to properly maintain your possessions. This is especially true of car maintenance. If you properly maintain your car, it can provide you with years of service, without breaking the bank.
First of all, you should take your car in for regularly scheduled maintenance. You might be surprised at how long your car can last if you just keep up with the regular maintenance schedule. Oil changes keep the engine running smoothly.
By Christie Garton
Equality for women in the workforce has officially taken center stage, and there is a lot of discussion around supporting women business leaders—definitely a win for the women’s workplace movement. But now it’s time to start focusing on the up-and-coming generation of young women professionals.
We all have a stake in providing young women access to valuable academic and professional experiences, which is not only beneficial to the next generation of female professionals, but also to the businesses that provide them.
In business, women shy away from negotiation opportunities about twice as many times as men. This means that they give away various opportunities to improve their own situation. When confronted with a negotiation situation, it can feel very intimidating when the outcome in unclear. It feels like living in a jungle with tigers lurking at every turn. Here are five tips to consider when negotiating a change in job status, project opportunity, or other tiger-taming need: