It’s critical that executives take the time to understand who their job candidates are and how they will fit with the values and culture of their company.
Often referred to as the gatekeeper, the position of executive assistant can be a very powerful and lucrative career, but it certainly isn’t for everyone.
The daylong TED event consisted of 15 speakers, musical act Lisa-Marie Johnston, and two microdocumentaries. Below are highlights from three of the talks that have powerful ramifications for business:
Robert Herjavec, entrepreneur and host of ABC’s Shark Tank, believes that small businesses are “the fiber of local communities” in this country.
We spend most of our waking hours working, interacting with colleagues and coworkers. In order to build a happy and successful life we must ensure these interactions are positive.
Can too much obedience actually hurt your business?
The true test is how leaders at every level respond and course correct as they go. To do this every leader must have their finger on the pulse of their teams, which requires data.
Whether it’s a retired coach, celebrity, or professional speaker, pretty much everyone has their own take on how to motivate their employees.
One of the hallmarks of holacracy is the decentralization of management. We have seen this before and much of what they preach flies in the face of human nature.
The fact is we all need time to rejuvenate and the summer is the ideal time to do it!