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15 Entrepreneurs Give Advice on How to Run a Successful Business

Having and running a successful business is the goal of entrepreneurs and business owners. While success is often a relative term, we know that entrepreneurs start their business with a specific goal and a vision and it is when they reach that goal that they are “successful”. It could be $1M in gross revenue or donating to charity but each ...

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Why Holacracy Will Fail, and What Employees Really Want

Management methods seem to come and go like the latest pop culture craze. Disciples line up behind their business messiah only to see the vision crash and burn. I can pretty much guarantee that Holacracy is going to be another flash-in-the-pan fad leadership style of the current Tech Boom 2.0. Holacracy is not necessarily a bad idea. It’s an interesting ...

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3 Points to Consider When Choosing Benefits For Your Company

Offering a benefits package to your employees gives them extra incentive to work hard and want to stay with your company. In some cases, it could help a small company make up for an inability to pay a market salary or an inability to provide regular raises. If you are thinking about offering your employees benefits, what should you consider ...

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7 Ways Business Management Software Can Ease a CEO’s Life

CEOs, the minds behind every company, who not only enjoy the power of their position and fat pay checks but also shoulder the burden of the responsibilities to get their company into the top charts of the industry. A successful CEO needs to be a masterful tactician and strategize each and every steps for the company, be it deciding the ...

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Managers – Knock Your next Presentation out of the Park with the Public Speaking Tips

Delivering your ideas and plans can sometimes be frustrating. Experiencing any of the “common-colds” of public speech like sweaty palms and stuttering can only be addressed to one thing – a stage fright. Even though there’s no stage, it’s still hard to get over the initial frights and become a bona fide speaker. There are ways of getting over all of ...

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Business Leader Explains How Vital Efficient Breakrooms Are to Company Morale

One of the best moves a company can make is to invest in its employees. Good insurance, good benefits, solid leadership, and little treats can make a huge difference to the morale of your team. Building a team you can take pride in means making sure they have exactly what they need in order to stay motivated. One of the ...

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Keeping Employees Happy and Costs Down

Modern employers are starting to take close notice of the happiness of their workers. They are conducting employee satisfaction surveys and asking their employees directly about the things with which they are content. The surveys ask the employees a variety of questions about what makes them happy and unhappy on a job. The following are five ways that a modern employer can ...

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CEOs and Time Management

CEOS all have a different perspective on how they manage their time. This may be due to the specifics of their duties. One thing is true for all CEOs, each day is full of meetings, communications, reports and management and think tank strategizing. When it comes down to minute-by-minute time management, CEOs watch clocks as if they were bank accounts ...

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3 Management Mistakes That Make Bosses Act Like Psychopaths

A good manager is a master of setting goals, providing the right tools and resources, and motivating workers to reach new heights. By all rights, a boss should be considered a supportive ally to employees and their careers. But as one often quoted Gallup survey indicates, poor employee-manager relationships are a leading concern for seven out of ten Americans who ...

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Pinpointing the Right Tone of Voice for Your Business

A business without a voice doesn’t stand a chance of remotely peeking out above the competition. A strong voice can put you as a leader in your industry, and the company that other businesses look towards to model their own business practices after. Distilled.net recommends a varied approach to developing your tone. The company values, personality, humor, storytelling and finally ...

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