Being a leader is not all about telling people what to do or where to go. Leadership means you spend your time to build relationship with those you lead.
“I’m the boss. Do as I say!” is probably the worst thing you could say to your employees. Saying such words will throw your business into the gutter.
What someone should do in order to become an inspiring leader, regardless of his or her style? Here are five keys to inspiring leadership.
Want to be a good leader that lead by example? Here are some tips so that you don’t become a leader that sucks.
What to do to influence, impact and lead others? Learn what a great leader does things. Let Brendon Burchard shows you how.
People listen with their eyes perhaps even more than they do with their ears. This video shows 5 quick and easy tips to help you make the best impression you can when networking, or trying to woo a new customer.
The popular phrase ” ‘Poop’ runs down hill,” is very true. The enthusiasm and performance of your sales/marketing team also relies on a similar trickle-down effect from you, the leader.
Check out the results from a 2013 poll, featuring the opinions of over 500 international cross-industry professionals. Over half those polled worked in significant leadership roles.
Some of the following factoids about McDonald’s restaurants will come as no surprise. At least a few will cause your eyebrows to furrow. Still others will definitely make your jaw drop!
Tony Robbins is an expert on the human condition. He’s spent the better part of his life figuring out what makes people successful and has his finger on what it takes to become a true leader.
Learn the unorthodox habits that keep 7 of the most successful leaders in business at the top of their respective industries. The graphic features: Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Michael O’Leary, Mark Parker, Arianna Huffington, Warren Buffett, and Elon Musk.
Starting out in a new job isn’t easy. Here’s 5 great tips for maximizing the impact you have on your new team and customers.
President Obama just announced a joint union between the U.S. and Indian government to improve trade relations, create jobs, and help to fund entrepreneurs in both countries — to the tune of approximately $4 billion dollars.