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How to Thrive During and After a Crisis: 5 Small Business Strategies
Challenging times are opportunities to thrive.
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5 Research-Backed Questions to Test Your Leadership Skills in a Crisis
If you say "yes" to these 5 questions, your leadership skills are better than most managers.
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The 3 Stages of Adapting to a Crisis, According to a Researcher Who Has Studied Catastrophes Around the World
It's natural to be unproductive and sad right now. Be patient. It will pass.
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Thomas Modly Just Made a Speech That Ended His Career. Here's What You Can Learn From It
The Acting Secretary of the Navy flew 7,920 miles to give a tirade justifying himself and lambasting Captain Crozier.
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4 Truths That Will Improve Your Remote Leadership Skills Overnight
Practical tips by current executives to help simplify your leadership.
Jack Dorsey to Give $1 Billion to Fight COVID-19. Track It in His Google Sheet
'It will operate transparently, all flows tracked here...'
Support Your Employees' Career Growth With These 6 Tips
As a leader, it's key to encourage your employees to follow their interests, even in a different role.
What Nearly Every Leader Forgets to Say During a Crisis
During tough times, people already know their why. What really matters is what, and how.
When Anxiety Prevents You From Leading Your Team During a Pandemic
Acknowledge That Your Feelings Are Valid.
How Do You Know You Work for a Great Leader Now? They Should Be Doing These 4 Things
Are you future-proofing your business for remote work?
What's Your Best Next Career Move? This Simple Exercise Will Help You Find Out
Begin by asking yourself what you love about the work you do now.
My Resigning Employee Is Spreading Lies
When an exiting employee's behavior is toxic, what do you do?
The 7 Words Steve Jobs Used to Inspire a Tech Breakthrough
One of the best Steve Jobs stories involves how Apple and Corning pulled off a last-minute switch from plastic to glass iPhone screens.
This Landlord's Tenants Said They Couldn't Afford Their Rent. His Response Was a Lesson in Emotional Intelligence
Mario Salerno just canceled this month's rent for hundreds of tenants. It's more than a kind gesture--it's a lesson for all of us.
4 Ways Top Digital Leaders Are Supporting Their Workforce Now
According to the largest executive survey of its kind, the most successful leaders don't just talk about change during times of uncertainty, they make it happen.
Bill Gates to Spend Billions on a Covid-19 Vaccine
The Gates Foundation is building factories to manufacture seven vaccines, despite knowing that only one will likely work.
3 Ways to Better Manage Your Company’s Most Valuable Resource
To stay competitive, make sure everyone on your team sees time for what it is: a valuable and finite resource that must be put to best use. The post 3 Ways to Better Manage Your Company’s Most
What Happens to Amazon Prime Day Now? Reports Say This Is the Plan, According to Leaked Internal Documents
There's not much choice, of course.
United Airlines Thanked Customers For Its Bailout Money. Then It Carried On Treating Them Badly
Now, more than ever, it's worth making sure your company's words match its behavior.
A Supermarket Chain Was One Of The First To Anticipate Coronavirus. Then It Made A Truly Thoughtful Gesture To Help Local Restaurants
In a crisis, don't just look at your own business. See if you can support your whole business ecosystem.