Introverts have strengths that are often seen as weaknesses in a world where the loud and bold are lauded. Manage them well and your business will be rewarded.
I like the premise of Barbara Weltman’s new book Smooth Failing: learning from failure and mistakes. One problem in the world of entrepreneurship is the way we celebrate successes and hide failures.
There is one woman who inspires me more than any other—and she probably doesn’t realize just how much impact she has had on my life, my career, and my outlook on myself.
The truth about how time and productivity in the workday have evolved, and how to maximize productivity in today’s workplace.
What most business owners want (and need) is to have it done, not to be told how to do it.
Given that today is Working Parents Day, recognizing the unique and evolving position of working fathers is a full 50 percent of what this holiday is all about.
That said, merely working together doesn’t allow me to really know all that much about my teammates. The way I’ve gotten to know my teammates is through all of the team bonding activities my office puts on.
Here are a handful of priceless pearls of wisdom to take with you when you’re stepping into that role of fearless leader
Instead of proclaiming that you’re not afraid to fail, it’s important to contemplate challenges you may face, how you will handle them, and what you will do if ultimately you do fail.
Credit unions are member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperatives. That means everyone who becomes a member owns a piece of the rock. No shareholders. No paid board of directors focused on profits. Every decision the credit union makes takes members into consideration first.