When we think of entrepreneurs, we have a tendency to think of well-known visionaries like Walt Disney, Steve Jobs, and Bill Gates. Interestingly, while each of these men went on to run very large organizations, we also have a tendency to think of entrepreneurs as being part of very small or one-person organizations.
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As a recruiter or hiring manager, you’ve probably come across countless mistakes on résumés and maybe even some flat-out lies! You may think you’ve seen it all, but in case you haven’t, we’ve got you covered.
Topic: Training Strategy Traditional management wisdom would say that it’s good to tell employees: “Don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions,” but some experts and educators are suggesting that this approach, rather than being empowering employees, does the opposite. It may actually cause employees to shut down and refrain from bringing issues to their managers’ […]
According to a 2015 Gallup poll, only 31.5% of U.S. workers are engaged in their jobs—less than one-half. The good news is, gamification has gone mainstream, and the trend is moving upward as Millennials are becoming a more dominant force in the workplace. In 2030, they will count for 75% of the workforce.
We live in a world of “What have you done for me lately?” And, when we say “lately,” we mean today or this week. Our society suffers from an acute case of “instant gratificationitis.” Wall Street wants to see a return on its investment—now! It’s not necessarily concerned about seeing a company being built for […]
by Dan Oswald We live in a world of “What have you done for me lately?” And when we say “lately,” we mean today or this week. Our society suffers from an acute case of instant gratificationitis. Wall Street wants to see a return on its investment—now! It’s not necessarily concerned about seeing a company […]
Have you ever been at a store and witnessed someone else’s child having a complete meltdown over something they want, but their parents won’t give in and get it for them? And you think to yourself, “Glad that’s not my kid!”
If you are putting out fires already with coworkers not getting along, you may not want to read this article. You may soon be refereeing among your employees and the robot working in your company. And you thought artificial intelligence means no problems!
I’m not much of a golf fan. I certainly can’t play the game and only have a passing interest in it as a spectator. Like the rest of the world, however, I did notice when young Rory McIlroy won the U.S. Open. It’s amazing to see a 22-year-old at the top of his profession. But […]
Collins, who offered his remarks at the SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition in Atlanta, says that one theme runs through every study his team has done—the biggest question is “who should be on the bus.” The 20-Mile March Every leader needs a 20-mile march, says Collins. His reference is to polar explorers Amundsen and Scott […]