• Taking a Step Back Doesn’t Always Move You Forward

    Written by: John Bell | July 18, 2016

    Small to mid-sized companies that are up against giants, never win by emulating the giant’s culture. They must do things differently. That means nimbleness, laser-like focus, and market specialization. … Read More»

  • Dealstorming: Why Sales is No Longer a Numbers Game

    Written by: Mark Babbitt | July 15, 2016

    Is sales still a numbers game? As we saw in the Industrial Age, is sales still dominated by aggressive, lone-wolf types? Or is sales today really a team sport?

    Welcome to “dealstorming”…… Read More»

  • 11 Ways to Encourage Employees to Disconnect and Recharge

    Written by: Young Entrepreneur Council | July 15, 2016

    Today, members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) share with you some ideas to encourage employees to disconnect and recharge…. Read More»

  • How to Negotiate with Worms

    Written by: Jay Steven Levin | July 14, 2016

    When negotiating with worms understand their nature. Doing so empowers you to be more predictive. Being more predictive enables you to leverage what you can see coming to your personal and professional advantage.
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  • 14 Ways to Lead the Charge on Workplace Learning

    Written by: Scott Mautz | July 14, 2016

    The extent to which people in your shop learn and grow in their role doesn’t solely depend on the subject matter. It also depends on the extent to which you believe the subject matters. You have a choice whether or not to prioritize your employees’ growth…. Read More»

  • Employee Benefits in 2016: Perks or Expectations?

    Written by: Meghan M Biro | July 13, 2016

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    Are employee benefits today considered perks, or are they expected? It’s a question many ask these days. Not surprisingly, the history of employee perks involves World War II, the burgeoning tech industry and women…. Read More»

  • The Value of Positive Disruptive Leadership

    Written by: David Penglase | July 13, 2016

    Let’s consider just one area of leadership development I refer to as positive disruptive leadership and the organizational and individual benefits that can be gained from its practice…. Read More»

  • Coaching Habits: How Great Leaders Help People Do Great Work

    Written by: Mark Babbitt | July 12, 2016

    Do rebel leaders instinctively act more as coaches? Should they use proven coaching habits to inspire great work?

    According to today’s guest on The Rebel Leader, Michael Bungay Stainer – author of “The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever” – we should!… Read More»

  • Uncommon Work Perks That Maintain Employee Motivation

    Written by: Alex Clark-McGlenn | July 11, 2016

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    Take a look at what some companies offer their employees, plus a few additional perks you should consider adding to your list of benefits…. Read More»

  • Your Ego is the Enemy with Ryan Holiday

    Written by: Mark Babbitt | July 7, 2016

    Could it be that ego, at every stage of lives and careers, is the one thing that holds us back?

    In this episode of The Rebel Leader, modern philosopher Ryan Holiday joins us to talk about his captivating book, Ego is the Enemy…… Read More»

  • There’s a more human way to do business.

    In the Social Age, it’s how we engage with customers, collaborators and strategic partners that matters; it’s how we create workplace optimism that sets us apart; it’s how we recruit, retain (and repel) employees that becomes our differentiator. This isn’t a “people first, profits second” movement, but a “profits as a direct result of putting people first” movement.

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