By: Brad Feld
The first people you hire in your startup are critical to your company’s success. So it’s easy to say that you need to hire the “absolute best people you can find.” But what does this actually mean?
By: OWNERS’ MANUAL | Jeff Haden
Great bosses do these things. The rest don’t–because these simple gestures would never occur to them.
Where employees are concerned, great leaders don’t take. Great leaders give–especially these seven things:
Source: Inc. SERIAL CEO | Margaret Heffernan
More and more people are working past age 65. Here’s five ways to get the best out of workers–even those who have more experience than you do.
By: HERDING GAZELLES | Karl Stark and Bill Stewart
Every business has setbacks. These three steps can help you create an atmosphere of trust and collaboration to navigate past the rough patches.
It’s easy to keep your team together when business is booming and growth opportunities abound. However, things aren’t always so rosy and, as the great poet Robert Frost noted, nothing gold can stay.
By : Amy Levin-Epstein
A common piece of advice employees often get during their annual performance reviews is to “act more like a leader.” But that can be a challenge for younger employees who don’t yet manage anyone.
If your boss asks you to prove that you’re leadership material, here’s how to do it — even if this is your first job out of college.
Source Inc. by Courtney Rubin
A new study suggests it’s worth your time to pay as much attention to your employees as you do to your bottom line.
Looking for new ways to improve your financial health? You might try spending more time and energy focusing on your employees’ happiness, suggests a new study.