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Management & Leadership

The Essential Ingredients for Follow-Up and Follow-Through

By thanking the team for its accomplishments and commitment to your organization, you're guiding them to look at the big picture, the larger goals and ambitions, not just a slip-up.

Five Common Networking Mistakes Made by Executives

Avoid these five mistakes, and you'll go a long way in nurturing your network.

Revenge of the Tweet

What is a business that utilizes embedded third-party content to do?

It Takes an Army

You’ll completely lose credibility if you go through the process but make little or no effort to change or don’t let them give you feedback.

Employer Takeaways in the Digital Age

A Randstad US 2017 study found that 33 percent of those applying for a job will not do so again if they have a negative impression, and they will not refer friends or family to the employer either

Tax Reform Modifications to the Deduction for Business Meals and Entertainment

The TCJA changes are outlined, followed by best practices taxpayers should consider implementing to properly account for these changes.

How to Write the Perfect Resume for High-Level Positions

What you write in a resume differs for the type of position you are applying and this is especially true for high-level executives.

Are You a Tad Dull?

I’ve also seen and worked with effective executives who didn’t light up the room with their mere presence. Intelligence, compassion, self-awareness and control are more effective than bluster.

Why Setting the Cultural Tone for an Organization Starts at the Top

If team members feel like everything is always hunky dory and all taken care of, they're much less inclined to step up take ownership.

3 Signs It's Time to Expand Your Small Business

Even if you’ve established a major local stronghold, taking your business to the national level is a completely different animal.

You Cannot be Helped

A poor coach can't help anyone, but even a great coach can't help some people.

When the Cat Is Away

Management styles and employee attitudes change slowly and the impact of those old ways can still be seen if you know what to look for.
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