THIS ARTICLE first appeared in Forbes as an original piece written by Louis Efron, regular contributor to Forbes Magazine and Forbes.com. With express consent of Louis himself, we are re-releasing it because it’s just that good. We’re also excited to announce that after Louis releases his next book, we will be creating new and exciting content […]
Are You a Leader or a Manager?
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Take your core values off the wall
We Value our Clients Quality is the Most Important We Go the Extra Mile Integrity Teamwork It’s not uncommon to see these statements on the walls of an organization. On occasion, a great photograph of a mountain climber or an eagle accompanies them. During a recent visit to a friend’s new business location, he […]
Are you thinking ahead? 3 leadership trends you should know about.
How should leadership style change over the course of a person’s career? originally appeared on the popular question and answer site, Quora. We are fan’s of this site for many reasons and this article captured our attention in particular. This answer has been featured in Inc.com and Huffington Post. Maxim Stych, was the post’s author and […]
What Pokemon Go can teach us about motivating millennials
EDITOR’S NOTE: We’re going to start a series of blogs, videos and infographics on motivating, leading and (ahem) actually being “Millennial” in the workplace and we’re going to call it: “The Millennials Aren’t Aliens”. Enjoy great content on a sometimes misunderstood generation that is the fastest growing population in the workplace. First an admission. […]
Confessions of a habitual meeting waster
Meetings suck the lifeblood out of the worker (and other observations, plus a free best-meeting-ever template) As an employee, I loathed meetings. I would sit like an obedient Golden Retriever as my boss shared information (that we already knew), corrected our behavior (that we did not exhibit), and worst of all, reviewed expectations (that […]