Jay was a remarkable man for building friendships and creating an organizational structure. His model ensured that he always had an action plan that he executed every day.
Being promoted to a manager does not mean a person will be a good leader. To be successful in this role, one must develop a followership.
Most individuals and corporations want to grow and succeed by taking on new projects and initiatives. They sometimes forget, however, the importance of cutting some off and saying no.
We know that too much of a good thing can be dangerous, but did you realize that the same adage applies to our biggest strengths?
Change is inevitable in any organization. As a manager, it is not only important to provide leadership for navigating through these unsettling times but also to encourage your employees to create change themselves.
Asking good questions can make a good impression and build rapport in personal and business settings as well as in interviews. But be aware that some can be offensive.
Many college students want to jump straight into the courses that directly pertain to their field of study. As a CEO and entrepreneur looking back, I would change the way I viewed the classes I took my first two years.
Interviewing for anything, whether it’s for college acceptance or a CEO position, requires skill to set yourself apart from the competition. Read my four tips for being successful in interviews.
When people repeat themselves, whether due to memory issues or conversation styles, it can be frustrating for the listener. But if you think of it as a refrain from a song or poem, then suddenly, it isn’t as annoying.
To succeed in life and business, one must prioritize. Read about the three lessons I learned that help me set priorities.
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