Categories Leadership Development

Do you trust your people are capable of leading your company -- even when you're not there?

There are two sides to leadership development. Ensuring you stay on top of your game -- as a direct manager, CEO or perhaps, someday, Chairman of the Board -- is important in an early-stage startup. But it's equally important to offer on-the-job training and leadership development resources to the employees you believe are capable of leading in your stead, even if it's just a day off to attend a workshop or conference.

Bonus? Empowered employees are happier, more engaged and more willing to go to bat for you when it really counts.

The Key to Successful Internal Business Communication

Sharing helpful articles with your team is only effective when you close the loop on the new information or action item created.

Got an MBA? 5 Ways You Can (Still) Excel in a Tech Startup

What’s the value of an MBA in the startup world?

The Key to Planning for Success in Business and in Life

Sometimes you can’t help but think of mistakes you’ve made, but here’s why you should let go of the past and make room for the present.

Are Leaders Born or Bred? An Interview With Joanna Schneier, CEO of Cognotion

Joanna Schneier examines how we think of leadership as a concept and as a business strategy.