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An LED-based alternative to neon signs may lack the colors and curves of the classic display technology, but makes up for it with low cost, low power and the flexibility to change the messaging in minutes.
Tom Gimbel, CEO of LaSalle Network, explains the different advantages of testing out new employees before hiring them full time.
Decision-makers' buying habits can be quite different depending on their level of authority within an organization. Superstar salespeople know how this makes the difference between getting a sale or not.
What should you do when your brand gets attacked by a pressure group? Strike back? Or ignore it?
The Kickstand Cafe in Arlington, Mass., wanted to give a big donation to the Southern Poverty Law Center, so it offered up all of its sales for a single day.
An Easy Technique to Make Sure Your Talk Makes Lots of Sense, and A Sure-Fire Way to Take Charge of the Room
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Executive coach Marshall Goldsmith explains that the key lesson he's learned as a Buddhist is to find happiness in any circumstance.
Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica, explains the importance of designing products that feel familiar.
First-time founders have a tendency to take on too much at a time, but bad self-management is expensive.
Want to improve yourself? Change is hard, but these insights from science can help.
When it comes to getting what you want out of life this little virtue is a charm.
Unexpressed issues do not just go away - they rear their heads in uglier ways. Here is a simple approach to help your team identify those sticky issues.
Staying Agile in the Age of Instant
Why not end the week as strong as you started it? Follow these easy steps and you can do just that.
One of the best ways to make a favorable first impression--and to get ahead socially or in business -- is to remember people's names.
By asking customers -- even those who complain -- to help you help them, you not only expose potential areas for improvement, but you also earn the chance to win over your biggest brand critics.
Here are six myths of social media and why they are often so misunderstood.
When your manager is leaning on you to do the impossible, can you push back?
The holy grail of any business is to tap into the deep abilities and intrinsic drive of your team to help your company successfully scale. Here is a simple 3-part formula to do just this.