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6 Leadership Weaknesses and How to Fix Them
By Kiely Kuligowski | February 18, 2019

Being a leader isn't easy. Here's how to manage your position and set the best example for your team.

Characteristics of a Good Leader: Tips for New Managers
By Kiely Kuligowski | February 16, 2019

Are you a new manager? Here's everything you need to know before assuming your role.

5 Characteristics of a Good Leader: Tips for New Managers
By Sammi Caramela | February 16, 2019

Are you a new manager? Here's everything you need to know before assuming your role.

How to Know if You're a Bad Boss
By Julianna Lopez | February 14, 2019

The mistakes you're making could be leading to turnover in your staff.

Ways to Show Employees Gratitude Year-Round
By Jennifer Post | February 05, 2019

Look for large and small opportunities to acknowledge your employees and their work. This is an incredibly valuable practice that can make you a better leader.

Is Poor Attendance at Work a Reflection of Bad Leadership?
By Chad Brooks | December 05, 2018

When an employee has an absentee problem, management has to shoulder some of the blame. We talked to experts on where bosses are going wrong and how to handle employees who are regularly absent.

Chief Officer Abbreviations Decoded
By Saige Driver | October 22, 2018

Do you know what the C-suite does? Here's a breakdown of the chief executive abbreviations and their general tasks.

3 Leadership Tips for Introverts
By Sammi Caramela | September 12, 2018

Introverts face some unique challenges in leadership. Here are three tips for introverts who want to become better leaders.

4 Ways to Define Leadership
By Sammi Caramela | June 07, 2018

How do you define leadership? Here are a few of our favorites.

How to Increase Employee Engagement in Sustainability
By Carlyann Edwards | June 02, 2018

Businesses are embracing the values of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability, but how do you engage employees in daily activities that put those values into practice?

Mind Your Management: How to Be a More Mindful Leader
By Sammi Caramela | May 24, 2018

Being intentional and self-aware is important for any leader. Here's how to practice more mindful leadership.

Emotional Wellness: 3 Tips for a Healthier Workplace
By Sammi Caramela | May 23, 2018

In honor of Mental Illness Awareness Month, we outlined three tips to encourage emotional wellness in the workplace.

Money Isn't Enough: 4 Incentives to Motivate Your Employees
By Sammi Caramela | May 07, 2018

You'll need to offer more than PTO and a hefty paycheck to motivate your workers. Here's what you should really be focusing on.

4 Ways to Unmask Vulnerability and Become a Stronger Leader
By Sammi Caramela | April 06, 2018

Unmasking vulnerabilities in the workplace can make for a stronger, more secure team. Here's how to do it.

4 Big Challenges New Leaders Have to Overcome
By Nicole Fallon | January 25, 2018

Transitioning into a leadership position comes with a unique set of challenges. Here's how to beat them.

7 Inspiring Leslie Knope Quotes Leaders Should Live By
By Brittney Morgan | January 23, 2018

You don't have to be a fan of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" to learn these important life lessons from leading lady Leslie Knope.

Are Your Leadership Skills Outdated? 5 Modern Workplace Challenges
By Sammi Caramela | September 28, 2017

Just as society changes, so do workplace challenges. Here are some common issues managers face today.

3 Important Things to Teach Your Future Leaders
By Nicole Fallon | June 14, 2017

While some say leaders are born, a little guidance never hurts. Leadership experts share their advice for training a good leader.

How Leaders Shape Company Culture
By Karina Fabian | May 04, 2017

Leaders play a significant role in shaping and promoting a company's culture. Here's how to

4 Smart Management Strategies for the Modern Leader
By Nicole Fallon | April 26, 2017

While leadership has always been about inspiring and guiding a team, management strategies have changed over the years. Here's what modern leaders need to know.

Humble Leadership: Why Humility Matters for Managers
By Karina Fabian | March 02, 2017

Leaders all have their own unique strengths and skills, but one trait every leader should strive to develop is humility. Here's how to practice humble leadership.

Leadership Lessons: Make People Happy
By Nicole Fallon | February 09, 2017

Tony DiMatteo, co-founder and CEO of AutoLotto, shares the experiences that helped shape his personal leadership philosophy.

Leadership Lessons: Become a Customer-Driven Leader
By Nicole Fallon | January 27, 2017

Leslie Stretch, president and CEO of CallidusCloud, believes organizational leadership needs to shift from ego-driven to customer-driven. Here's what he's learned.

Leadership Lessons: Fiercely Focus on What You're Best At
By Nicole Fallon | December 30, 2016

Ankur Daga, founder and CEO of Angara.com, shares the experiences that shaped his personal leadership philosophy.

Leadership Lessons: Empower Employees to Solve Their Own Problems
By Nicole Fallon | December 07, 2016

Ann Noder, CEO of Pitch Public Relations, shares the experiences that helped shape her personal leadership philosophy.

Leadership Lessons: Embody Authentic Coachability
By Nicole Fallon | September 27, 2016

Rich Razgaitis, CEO and co-founder of FloWater, shares the experiences that shaped his personal leadership philosophy.

5 Myths About Leadership You Shouldn't Believe
By Nicole Fallon | July 11, 2016

First-time leaders often have a lot of preconceptions about their new role. But don't believe everything you hear about leadership.

Leadership Language: Why Your Word Choices Matter
By Nicole Fallon | June 28, 2016

The words and phrases you use when giving employees feedback can really affect their level of motivation.

Leadership Lessons: Derek Flanzraich, CEO of Greatist
By Nicole Fallon | June 11, 2016

Derek Flanzraich, founder and CEO of health and wellness media startup Greatist, shares the experiences that led to his personal leadership philosophy.

First-Time CEO? 6 Experiences to Prepare For
By Chad Brooks | April 28, 2016

First-time CEOs aren't as prepared for their new roles as they originally thought.