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Can great leaders be emotional?

If people tag you as emotional, it often coincides with having lack of self-control or being volatile. Juxtaposed, if they think you’re unemotional, it could mean indifferent or cold. None of which are associated with effective leadership.

Succession planning: The rise of the seller tsunami

The seller tsunami will precipitate technological and cultural shifts that will change the small business landscape as we know it and bring with it bright and shiny opportunity. This opportunity will mean a high volume of amazing businesses.

The Wild West of Hiring: What, why and how to measure results

It’s important that we pay attention to both skills and attitude, experience and culture fit, character and personality. A well-defined hiring process based on data and punctuated with personal observation helps us choose the right people.

Succession planning: Top 10 tips for law firms

Transitioning responsibility and planning for succession is critical to the survival of law firms that have a number of senior attorneys headed toward retirement. Follow these tips to remember when completing this phase.

It's time to look under the hood at your hiring procedures

You may have great intuition but a licensed psychologist who’s trained in evaluating psychological data, people dynamics and job performance will have insights you may not. Industrial organizational psychologists can better predict long-term job performance.

5 tips for protecting your employees as the temperature drops

By incorporating the right precautions, you can decrease your employees’ chances of being injured on the job by seasonal hazards.

Your employees have voices. Listen to them.

Arguably, the most important thing corporate leaders can do to foster employee engagement is to listen When an employee is engaged at a high level, they don’t have time to think about working somewhere else

The Wrong Way to Hire

If “good” isn’t the right word to describe the candidates you are considering, the word “perfect” is downright dangerous. There is no perfect candidate, and no one will be a perfect fit for the job or your culture.

How to make 'management by wondering' work for you

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal identified some research that questions the effectiveness of management by walking around. Here's how to make the most out of the management approach.

Top 10 Tips for Better Business Partnerships

Business partnerships are much like personal relationships: They deserve and require consistent attention. So what do you do when the blues hits your business partnership vibe? How do you rebound?

Co-Founding is a Serious Commitment: Are You Ready to Get Hitched?

Four startup veterans from food and beverage, fintech, safety analytics and consumer product firms share their personal stories as co-founders. This includes tips for choosing a partner, establishing relationship boundaries and identifying red flags.

In Leadership, You Have More Choices Than You Think

How you lead, who you are as a person, whom you work for and your happiness are all greatly within your control, so own it.
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