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When you introduce a major change, all parties need to be involved... and an integral part of determining exactly what that change will be.
Here are 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started My Own Business.
Here are 10 leadership tips derived from my latest book
Why 3.5 Million Students--and Salesforce Founder Marc Benioff--Love This Immigrant Entrepreneur's Software
Nearpod founder Guido Kovalskys relates how his experience coming to the U.S. from Argentina helped him build an education platform now used in more than 10,000 schools each month.
If entrepreneurs subsidize meditation app subscriptions or promote mindfulness practices, they can enhance their company's competitiveness.
Techniques for firing people to make sure you do it right and maintain the support of others in your organization
Lifelong learning has huge benefits, but sometimes studying is just another way to put off doing.
What to do during a high-stakes interview, meeting or presentation.
Financial "innovation" has become a dirty word since the banking crisis. But it's not all bad.
Snapchat represents the intersection of communication, creativity and storytelling. So does its 35-minute IPO presentation.
How to turn your business ideas into a reality, and create a profitable company.
Break these poor etiquette habits to get the results you want from your email communication, including respect.
Leaders are made, they are not born.
Need strategies to make your public speaking from "Meh" to "Woah!"? Here. (You're welcome.)
Salary increases are great. Sometimes salary decreases are necessary.
Elon Musk, Donald Trump, and Bill Gates are all examples.
The YouTube mogul explains how his childhood home set him on his path in business.
How to run restrictions into opportunities.
In One Short Sentence, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Explained the Flaw With Bill Gates' Original Mission
It's all about the long term.
Money may not be their most valuable asset.