One of the most important parts of being a leader is knowing how to finish well. Whether you’re a young person moving on to a new opportunity or you’re getting ready to retire, you must finish well. Ed Stetzer shares five reasons leaders must finish well.
As a leader, you hopefully understand that your employees aren’t always happy. That’s normal. All sorts of factors about work could lead to unhappiness. What matters most is how you respond to the complaints.
Part of being a professional athlete is developing habits that contribute to your athleticism. A number of the habits of athletes can transfer to the business world—here are five.
What keeps you up at night as a manager? Are you concerned with how you will keep top performers motivated? Here’s how you can get employees excited to work.
Leaders, are you connecting with your people? Leaders can’t be everywhere at once or be everyone’s best friend, but it is important that we, as leaders, are willing to personally engage our employees. Selma Wilson gives seven ways to build personal engagement.