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What Kind of Boss Are You? Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, makes the case for effective managerial skills as a tool for business success.
Many years ago while working for DuPont, I was presented with a “stretch” promotion. First the assignment was in Mexico City, and I had never lived abroad. The position was Marketing Manager of “Artes Graficas,” and I had never managed people. And my Spanish fluency was
Healthy Organizations are whole, consistent and complete when management, operations, strategy and culture fit together and make sense. A company that wants to be healthy must be smart & must be healthy. Leaders in healthy organizations learn from one another and identify critical issues
Leading people is a practical concept. In fact, understanding how to lead other people in any organizational setting doesn’t depend on whether you are a natural leader. It depends on how well you understand your people, your business processes and the resources you have available. In my
Great leadership is not a quality that springs up overnight. It takes time to lay the right foundation and solidify leadership qualities so that a person can make the correct decisions in tough situations without hesitation. Most people call these “gut decisions” as if someone
SCORE Tip of the Week: How to Be a Good Networker SCORE's CEO, Kenneth R. Yancey, gives tips for maximizing your networking efforts.
Signs You Are A Good Leader Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, enumerates the qualities of a great leader, be it in business or politics.
Find Your Corporate Superheroes for Innovation Success When you hear the term “social network,” your mind probably jumps first to social media websites like Facebook. Or, if you’re more cinematically inclined, you think of the eponymous, supposedly factual movie starring Jesse Eisenberg. Yet surprisingly, the term “social
Networking has always been crucial to small business success, but the rise of social media has made it easier for small business owners to network without ever leaving the office. A new survey by small business community Manta found the vast majority (90 percent) of small business owners spend
So you’ve determined what area of your business could benefit from some actionable insights as well as crafted your perfect survey addressing this issue. Now you need to launch the survey and get your target audience to answer your questions, so you can make better business decisions

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