“What’s the best advice you ever received? Sometimes, it takes just a small tidbit to motivate you or help you see a clear path to success. These leaders have shared the best advice that helped them through a tough period or to jumpstart their careers.” Click here and discover their advice.
Rhett Power believes that “[a] more empowered, inspired, and motivated team is a good thing for any business.” Click here to discover his nine ways to help people feel empowered.
Lolly Daskal presents 65 ways to best manage your time. Click here to find out what they are.
When you care, you want to do your very best–and that commitment and energy are a powerful force.
If you want to be successful in your confidence, business, leadership, entrepreneurship, and creativity, be thoughtful about what you’re giving your care to.” In this Inc. article, Lolly Daskal shows you useful ways to aim yourself toward what is important.
In an Inc. article, Larry Kim says, “Visual content increases message association, brand awareness, and engagement–and enhances the overall design of your website….” See what he says about visual content marketing here.
Kathleen Murray looks at ways to retain employees. She says, “A record number of job openings, with worsening skill shortages and a tendency among young adults toward briefer tenures, is forcing small-business owners to find increasingly creative ways to hold onto their best and brightest.” Click here to read more of what Kathleen Murray says.
“Individual effectiveness will ultimately dictate organizational results….The workplace of the future will demand many individual competencies (effective communication, for example), but there are other crucial, and often less visible competencies that will impact one’s ability to navigate and perform well in a highly autonomous environment.”
Find out here what 12 items Doug Kirkpatrick offers for your consideration.