Be careful how you answer this question in a job interview. It could make you sound high-maintenance.
Staying ahead of your growth curve when it comes to developing your team is critical to avoid the stress associated with unmanageable workloads.
The truth is, showing your employees that you value their hard work is not just a nice way to say ‘happy holidays’–it’s also a solid business practice.
Being indispensable is meaningless unless everyone else believes it. Learn the subtle art of wielding material leverage instead.
Outsourcing can save you time and money and free up your team, which is good for your team, your marketing efforts overall, and your bottom line.
You never know where it might lead
With clearly defined goals and a solid workflow, even small teams can achieve big results.
One bad hire can ruin a small team — but every great hire makes a great team even better. Here’s what to look for as your business grows.
On every project team, there should be one individual tasked with keeping their head up and out, paying attention to what other people in their niche are doing. This scout should be constantly scanning the market, the competitors, the emerging technology, the consumer trends and whatever else they can find that should shape the end […]
Empowered employees are the mark of real leadership and the symbol of a healthy company. Whether you’re a mid-level manager or a C-suite executive, as a leader, you want the people who know how to take initiative, and do it well. But before you can expect your employees to magically start taking charge on their […]