Succession planning done right sets the growth course. It aligns with talent processes, mends gaps and develops future leaders for success.
More than 80 percent of Americans find at least one aspect of their job to be extremely stressful. Not only is this crazy amount of stress no fun, but it can be costly to your health and overall happiness. Here are seven ways to manage stress.
Many sharing-economy startups are finding out the hard way that physical, real-world logistics get in the way of margins.
High-performers have an almost obsessive focus on engaging with what is most important to them. But, most of us can’t resist the lure of our email, and that distraction breaks our focus.
Corp! magazine’s Most Valuable Professionals and Most Valuable Millennials packed the house April 27 at VisTaTech Center. The awards program highlights C-suite executives and entrepreneurs doing great things at their companies and in their communities.
The best defense against an unnamed elephant trampling your team’s performance is to agree to rules of engagement.
Being open-minded to looking outside of your defined criteria or even your industry can yield a more diverse but equally qualified short list, and may result in a better fit between the successful candidate and your organization.
Behaving appropriately emotionally is not only something that can be learned over a lifetime, but it is something that must be learned if we are to live happy and productive lives. Furthermore, it is essential to successful leadership.
In today’s economy, your most valuable asset tends to be your brain power. This includes your IP: patents, copyrights, trade secrets, trademarks and so on. You must find the right IP to protect your commercial space.
These five decisive steps will thrust your business forward in the ever-changing market, giving you the competitive edge.
Employers need to determine if they want to face the risk of having a pool in the workplace and, if so, among other considerations, should assure any such pool should not be conducted for value.
Corporations are getting in on the startup game. Big companies understand the value of startups. Besides becoming loyal customers, startups also have the potential to become acquisitions or long-term partners.
Agile is more than just some buzzword. The overarching objective is to decrease time to market, which keeps your business ahead of the pack and enables it to rapidly respond to market changes.
Although you may want your staff to have positive feelings toward you, being the boss means doing what’s right for the company — and that sometimes means making unpopular decisions.
When striving to get ahead, try to recognize how easy it is to go off course, forgetting that success and fame are not what matters most. Remember that in the end, family is what is most important.
As businesses evolve and their space and location needs shift, corporate leaders need to understand when and how to manage substantial real estate change. In this second of two articles, real estate consultant Emery Matthews of Real Estate Interests LLC explores strategies, transactions, location and market considerations.
Understanding the important real estate trends and subtle economic undercurrents can have a big impact on real estate transactions. In this two-part series, real estate consultant Emery Matthews of Real Estate Interests explores when and how to manage substantial real estate change.
Chris-Tia Donaldson has built her hair and skin care company tgin (Thank God It’s Natural) into a national, growing brand. The products are geared toward women and men who choose to use natural ingredients.
Many leaders tend to be competitive, hard-driving people. They have high intellectual IQs, but sometimes their emotional IQs lag behind. Here’s how to change for the better.
Rehmann Tax Principal Sam Hodges explains four vital issues that should be on every Michigan business’ radar and what they could mean for your company.
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