Categories Leadership & Culture

Great leadership boils down to managing one key startup asset: your people.

You can’t expect to hire engaged startup employees off the bat -- your job is to manage them so they’re inspired to work harder, stay loyal and meet company goals. But hiring, firing and managing take practice; few of us are born managers. Plus, every decision you make (good or bad) helps set the tone for your company culture. That's a lot of responsibility. Are you up to the task?

11 Creative Ways to Weed Out Bad Resumes

Spend your time and resources only on applicants who put thought and consideration into meeting your application requirements.

Personality Tests as a Recruiting Method: Does It Work?

Seven entrepreneurs weigh in on what could go right — as well as why this strategy could lead you down the wrong path.

Want to Get More Done? Stop Multitasking

There’s a difference between managing multiple tasks and multitasking.

Hiring a New Employee? Look for These 6 Traits

Look beyond the candidate’s resume by assessing the characteristics that will make them a success at your company.

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