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Use End-of-Year Leader Thoughts to Set Your Business Apart

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / January 11, 2022

With 2021 receding into memory, now is an excellent time for any leader and their organization to reflect on current trends and plans. As the year 2021 fades into memory and the New Year commences, it’s vital for corporate executives to position themselves as respected leaders in their particular fields. As public relations specialists, it’s our team’s responsibility to identify these possibilities. That way, we can help our…

How to Change These Bad Leadership Habits

by / ⠀Career Advice / December 23, 2021

Nobody is born a leader, and no one is guaranteed to be a good leader.  Many top leaders have no formal training or prior leadership experience. This lack of training and experience may lead to unintentional unfavorable habits that demotivate teams. Leaders who can identify their bad leadership habits before it’s too late may work on altering them and become excellent leaders. Bad Leadership Habits to Watch For…

How to End a Business Partnership on Good Terms

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 28, 2019

Every business partnership has ups and downs. Usually, the lowlands and peaks balance each other out. When the valleys become the status quo, however, it may be time to dissolve the partnership. The good news for partners in this predicament is that there are always other entrepreneurial fish in the sea; you can even use a dating app to find them. In the meantime, though, you have to…

How to Turn an Underperformer Into One of Your Strongest Employees

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 24, 2019

When your co-worker underperforms, you have the option of looking the other way. But when you’re the team leader, you’re in a different position. As a manager, you’re expected to deal effectively with underperformers — either by letting them go or helping them improve. Easier said than done, right? However, with the proper mix of patience, guidance, and tact, you can manage your direct reports to success and…

Didn’t Start at the Bottom? Here’s How You Can Still Lead Like You Did

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 22, 2019

Are good business leaders born or made in the trenches? Early work experience forges how a person will lead. For many successful CEOs, starting out on the company’s bottom rung has been an invaluable opportunity for learning. For example, David Cote started out at General Electric as an hourly employee when he was 21. By age 33, he’d worked his way up to a midlevel financial planner role…

12 Best Motivational Speakers to Capture Your Audience

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / May 11, 2019

Whether you’re looking to engage your audience, employees, customers, or family and friends, it boils down to communication. When you can effectively speak with others, you’re aligning your objectives, goals, and values with theirs. You’re also letting them know why and how they’re important within the bigger picture. Needless to say, this is an important area everyone should strengthen. One of the best ways to achieve this is…

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