If you wish to discipline an employee, do it in private.

Leadership through “Trust”, not “Fear”. Far too often I’ve seen great businessmen fail as being great leaders, the problem is their ego becomes too inflated and they forget what makes the business successful — It’s the...

Modern workers are still human

If you want to successfully manage a large group of people, send in the Marines. Sean Jackson has answered the call. The veteran leatherneck left the military only to find the civilian ways of...

Your business is built on the foundations you exhibit.

Brick by Brick, regardless of your presence. You can learn a lot by observing children about the parents who raised them. Similarly, you can learn a lot about a business by observing how the employees conduct...

From the Start, HR Sets Companies Straight

Entrepreneurs that are just getting started face an assortment of challenges. Those are compounded by the size of the startup. If the company is big enough to have human resources specialists, their role is...

Love is in the Workplace Air

  Love and business go together like …Well, do they go together? Heather Hanson Wickman says they do. An executive coach, consultant, speaker and author, her firm, Untethered, works with people and organizations: “Understanding their...
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Which is Better: Hourly or Salary Pay?

As an employer: How do you decide how to pay your employees? It’s always fascinating for me to hear the cases for salary vs. hourly pay, but having experience in both… I feel a very strong...

Time Management is All About “No”

Time management and how to do it has become a cottage industry. Yet, is time management really the issue?  Healthcare professional and lecturer Yinka Vidal says the concept of time management is wrong and should...

Neuro Marketing and the Future of Advertising

The world today is far more technologically and scientifically advanced than at any time in the past. Therefore, it shouldn’t be surprising that marketing techniques are also becoming more and more advanced. ​ Neuro marketing is...

Influence: How Things Get Done

“The extreme sophistication of modern technology -- wonderful though its benefits are -- is ironically an impediment to engaging young people with basics: with learning how things work.” – Lord Martin Rees, British cosmologist,...

Drive the Relationships Workers Crave

Try as they might, many organizations still struggle to move the needle on worker engagement but to no avail. Throwing money at the problem hasn’t helped. Gregg Lederman has a few suggestions. He is a...