Remember: whether it is your Facebook presence, your website, your radio spots or how your phone is answered, every one of those choices either connects me closer to your brand or makes me notice the disconnect.
True leaders have the innate ability to motivate staff to achieve better results. Leading with a passion is what separates great leaders from the "wannabees."
While I agree with Ben Franklin's idea, "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail," countless companies have wasted time and money on strategic plans that are collecting dust. People spend lots of time planning but very little time turning those plans into daily actionable tasks. Some suggest that putting your goal in the mirror so you see it every day will make it come true.
People value consistency in their leaders. Consistency removes uncertainty and leads to trust. Trust, in turn, leads to influence.
The best CEOs will tell you that they have learned more from their failures than they have from their successes. Here, we'll highlight the most regrettable mistakes made by some of the world's top CEOs, and what learnings can be gleaned from those mistakes.
It's never the wrong time to de-clutter and simplify. Just as you should bring fresh air into a stuffy house, you can also breathe life into a company to achieve an improved state of success.
Businesses give millions of dollars to charity every year. Well, guess what? You can get a boost from charity in business, too. In fact, you can actually do well by doing good. Here's how.
In this article we will discuss the specific thought processes that a leader uses to transform a team from average to awesome—into one cohesive, highly motivated team who are willing to go the extra mile to meet objectives.
It's hard to get a running start on the day without a plan. You don't want to waste your creative morning time wondering what you should do today. If you want to attack your day instead of having it attack you, use this solid strategy.
Never once in my life until my mid 30s did anyone ever (to the best of my recollection) call me "creative." But now, I hear it all the time. So what happened?