Leading

Small Business Tips and Ideas for Leadership and Working with People

When it comes to running a small business, leadership is of the utmost importance. Employees look to you for guidance and to set the tone for your company. Learn more about what it means to be an effective leader with the articles in this section, which cover topics such as employee management, hiring and firing, and team building.

5 Super Satellite Facts! What Do They Actually Do?

This article will answer many questions about Satellites. From the internet and making overseas calls to GPS navigation, satellites are a crucial part of our modern society. After this article defines what a satellite is, it will also answer what satellites are used for. What Is a Satellite? Satellites do not only refer to manmade space probes that orbit around Earth. It also … [Read more...]

7 Powerful Project Management Tips from Effective Leaders

If you’re just starting out at your business and have been assigned a project at work, you need to find out some effective and powerful project management tips to help you with your progress. Project management will make sure that the work is carried out correctly and in the most cost-effective way possible, while also ensuring that every project is completed … [Read more...]

Why Mentally Healthy Workers Are More Productive Workers, Too

Many businesses, when contemplating the wellbeing of their employees, often put measures in place to ensure good physical condition. However, a vital human aspect is often overlooked when these measures are instated. What about mental health? The effect of mental health on a business can be felt more profoundly than we think. Workers struggling with their mental health on a … [Read more...]

5 Best Tips to Successfully Manage Remote Teams

A few years ago, work from home became a fad as more and more people began to develop the courage required to start their own online businesses. Today, this trend solidified itself because of the Coronavirus pandemic, and working from home or working remotely has become more common than it ever was. Remote work can be termed an inevitable necessity across the world today, … [Read more...]

Top 9 Business Benefits from Investing in Learning and Development

The reason 40% of employees quit their job at a particular business is the lack of professional growth or potential for professional growth. At the same time, enterprises that are losing valuable human resources continue to save on training and continue with a low-skilled workforce. Though its role is underestimated, the learning and development (L&D) process within … [Read more...]

How the Innovation Game Has Changed

Innovation isn’t working. At least, the old style of innovation isn’t. It can’t be – look at the number of established, iconic brands that have fallen foul of disruption over the past few years. These companies didn’t stop innovating – at least not in their eyes. Kodak, for example, had an entire digital division years before the smartphone came along. So, what went wrong? … [Read more...]

How to Help Your Child Write a Professional Essay

Writing is an essential skill that all children should have before they become college or university student where they're expected to do various writing tasks, like analytical essays, book reviews, research papers, and hopefully, at the end of their college life, a dissertation. However, writing becomes terribly stressful and tedious for almost all students. Struggling with … [Read more...]

The Art of Leading Grieving Employees: Being an Adaptive Leader

Consider the following scenario: A business leader (let’s call him Lou) has been troubled by an employee (let’s call him Joe) whose performance was suffering. Lou noticed that Joe was becoming more and more unreliable—requesting days off without notice, often with just a phone call on the morning he was unable to come in. Joe’s appearance and overall attitude seemed to have … [Read more...]

Everything You Want to Know About Public Benefit Corporations and How They Work

Over the last ten years, there's been a sensational increase within modern-day business owners interested in using business to drive various social changes. Whereas corporations undoubtedly maintain considerable flexibility to pursue environmental and social objectives under the legal concept named the “business judgment rule”, conventional corporate law, as a rule, holds that … [Read more...]

Your Culture Is Perfect. Until it’s Not.

In this era of massive disruption, a naïve approach to culture is something you can’t afford. “No CEO will ever get fired for being ignorant about their own culture,” my friend and colleague Paul provocatively likes to say. CEOs do get fired for lots of things, but rarely is culture one of them. This is because by the time they and their boards realize their strategies are … [Read more...]