Hiring great talent is a process. Employers must work to understand what drives a person and what risks they are willing to take to drive themselves and the business forward.
Because your business values are central to decision making, you need to get buy-in from the rest of the team to ensure that they represent the entire team, and not just you as the leader.
When people are part of a board, it is tempting to treat them as employees. Volunteers tend to need more guidance early on, more positive reassurance from the president as well as each other.
The percentage of Americans 65 and older who say they are employed full-time or part-time has continued to increase in recent years, from 12.8% (4 million people) in 2000 to 18.8% (9 million people) in 2016.
Rather than dreading the audit process, organizations should view it as a way to affirm that their management team, governing body and donors have accurate and complete information to make decisions that help further their mission.
Of course, illegal age discrimination under a variety of federal and state laws, but that and $3.50 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks.
How one business owner’s first negative review has led to a new perspective on responding to and taking in online opinions. Hint: Sometimes it requires a cocktail.
Discover what makes the decision-makers in your chosen market happy, fulfilled and joyous and what feeds their soul and makes them look good, and you’ll sell a lot of product.
The one-size-fits-all wellness program can have far reach, but perhaps little impact on true behavior changes. So how do you encourage those who are ready and willing to make changes, but feel intimidated or discouraged by the seemingly insurmountable task at hand?
Benjamin Franklin had a lifelong practice of personal improvement that centered on his thirteen core principles. He evaluated himself against these personal ideals systematically, seeking not overnight success but incremental improvement.
Just as important in getting out there this summer, is updating your executive resume to land those interviews. This 35-Point Assessment Checklist will help you get your resume in top-notch shape.
EOS is a set of simple tools that are specifically created for companies with 10 to 250 people. It combines both leadership and management skills to motivate employees and propel organizations.