Think of your company culture like a house’s foundation. If it’s poorly designed and executed, one bad storm could cause it to crumble.
Love is the surprising emotion that leaders can no longer afford to ignore.
Virtual assistants can be a boon to startups but there are potential problems with long-distance relationships.
No idea amounts to anything without sound planning and skilled execution.
Without the right people, you can’t build, market or sell. But, how to hire well can still feel like a secret.
Save yourself a headache and get ahead of the hiring game.
Leaders who conform to the norm don’t bring anything new to the table — they aren’t innovating.
Even employees working outside the office can contribute to your company and its culture.
This tech exec returned to hourly shift work, as a waitress and bartender. En route, she rediscovered the right way to pour a beer.
Know who you are inviting into your business.
The best way to determine how a candidate’s growth potential will affect the current team’s success? Ask, “What will you be remembered for?”.
One teammate’s morning ritual is what the rest of the team dreads daily. What to do?
How can you keep your own employees from jumping ship to your competitor? The answer may be as simple as engaging them.
Why it’s so much more than updating a logo and design elements.
Many leaders don’t realize the impact direct communication with employees can have on their business.
Transparency leads more than just great businesses–it leads to great people at the center of those businesses.
A Facebook staffer said ‘code written by women was rejected much more frequently than code written by their male colleagues.’ Facebook says she’s working with incomplete data.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company will be adding 3,000 employees to ‘review the millions of reports we get every week, and improve the process for doing it quickly.’
A strong culture grows from working toward shared goals, even when you aren’t in the same room.
A diverse workplace these days includes co-workers the age of your parents, or the age of your kids.
Sure, your new content marketer has to be a good writer and a lover of data, but how about humor and motivation?