In EOS® companies, the individual that sits at the top of the accountability chart is known as the Visionary, however, you may be more accustomed to the following titles: Founder, CEO, President, Chairman, etc.
What CEO's should understand about millennial job changing behaviors and the best practices they should follow when recruiting them into their company.
As an owner of a growing small business, being in the “know” is crucial to running a successful company.
A new treatment derived from the cannabis plant is showing promise for a host of health problems, and is thus getting a lot of attention from entrepreneurs and investors who are excited about its potential to bring in $16 billion in revenue in 2020.
When asked to be a reference, you may be excited to help out an old colleague that you enjoyed working with or, in the more uncomfortable cases, you might not have too many positive things to say about the person. In either case, once you are asked to be a
Your company is considering engaging with an executive search firm to help you find your next COO (Chief Operating Officer). With so many firms from which to choose, how do you find the one that will best serve your needs?
In the hiring process, most COO and other executive-level individuals are used to having to provide a list of references for screening purposes. On the candidate’s side, having quality references can help you stand apart from the competition and can be a key reason
After an extensive search, you have hired your new COO or other executive team member. What is your onboarding process? Are you setting up the new leader to succeed? What steps have you taken to ensure that his first few months run smoothly?
Communication skills are an essential part of the leader’s toolbox. However, a recent article reported that nearly seventy percent of managers polled indicated that managers find communicating with employees is the biggest challenge for them.
The beginning of each year is a time for lists - Best Place to Work, Coolest Company to Work For, etc. We pour over them, as though there will be a truly new idea. Instead, we often find no new answers, no major discoveries.
Culture matters. Healthy cultures promote innovation and productivity. Toxic ones support turnover, disengaged employees, and stagnancy.
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Plenty has been written recently about fallout from toxic cultures, but how can you spot them from the outside? A recent article on The Ladders provided insight into what to watch out for, whether you’re interviewing or settling into your workspace.
Among Amazon’s leadership principles is a call for its team members to “Invent and Simplify”. Everyone in the company is expected to introduce process improvements that either enhance the customer experience or lower costs. But how?
An article by Mary Donohue published in the Huffington Post positions Generation X as the Jan Brady of the workforce. In Brady Bunch terms, Marcia ismoving out, Cindy’s still in grade school, so it’s Jan’s turn. But are Jan and her Gen X counterparts ready, and
Actor Alan Alda’s new book If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face? My Adventures in the Art and Science of Relating and Communicating is a deep dive into what matters most in communication—empathy. Leaders, trainers, and interviewers will find