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Top 25 Leadership & Management Blogs

As anyone who’s ever been managed can tell you, good leadership is a skill that takes plenty of practice – and it might just be the factor that transforms your company culture for the better.

6 Simple Steps Will Helps You To Reduce The Stress

Are you a working professional then you will be well acquainted with this 6 letter word called as stress?

4 Tips on How to Handle New Employees

Many times managers and supervisors find themselves managing a new employee, or a group of new employees. New employees might not necessarily be new to the workforce and the industry, but the fact that they are new to the office or company calls for special attention from the manager or their supervisors.

8 Business Technology Trends Driving Small Business Growth

As a small business owner, you face unique challenges- diversifying your client base, money management, workforce management, long work hours, deciding who to hire–all while seeking increased revenue growth. Competing with large companies then, both locally and globally, can be difficult.

How Small Businesses Can Leverage Location Analytics

When a customer walks by your storefront, do they know you want their business? Do they receive a welcoming SMS message with an offer tailored to their needs?

Supercharge Your Google Calendar with These 29 Extensions and Tools

For all the intricate apps, tools, and technology that Google has developed, its Calendar app is a fairly straightforward one- simply plug in appointments, events, and set reminders, and you’re good to go.

The 6 Major Benefits of Investing in Employee Scheduling Software

Depending on the size of the workforce and the complexity of shift patterns, small-business managers can spend up to eight hours per week putting schedules together, using the old-fashioned spreadsheet to replace the even more outdated whiteboard and marker.

Common Hiring Mistakes Companies Make During The Process

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, two out of three new hires will disappoint you.

The 10 Simple Habits of Successful Young Entrepreneurs

Opinions differ on what kinds of traits make up a successful entrepreneur. Some claim that being a risk-taker is an essential character trait, while others say young entrepreneurs are the most cautious people around.

Employee Termination- 20 Steps to Avoid Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

When I became a manager for the first time, I did not realize that one of the most difficult tasks I would have to face was navigating through employee termination when individuals were no longer a good fit for the team.