From Entrepreneur

You have an opportunity to grow your business in 2017. It doesn’t have to be substantial growth, but a small incremental advancement in your business not only provides more revenue for you but more value to your customers. Work on strengthening the core of your business, while expanding your reach in the market. READ MORE

From Harvard Business Review

In a recent survey, 70% of respondents said that CEOs focus too much on short-term financial results, and nearly 60% said that they don’t focus enough on positive long-term impact. READ MORE

From Forbes

Innovation in the next economy is about much more than inventing. It’s about figuring out how and where you can add unique value. READ MORE

From Success

The key is to look beyond the sale and focus on what you can do to be better, different and ahead of the game. READ MORE

From Entrepreneur

Are you sometimes confused about what type of leader you are or what type of leader you should be? READ MORE

From Fast Company

In the process of jumping on a bandwagon—or running away with it—the best imitators invariably put their own twist on the original idea. READ MORE

From TED

In every workplace, there are three basic kinds of people: givers, takers and matchers. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant breaks down these personalities and offers simple strategies to promote a culture of generosity and keep self-serving employees from taking more than their share. Read More

From Fortune

Hint: It’s not perks. Read More

From Entrepreneur

One of the hardest things to get right as a founder is building out a strong and capable leadership team that can propel the company to the next level. The next hardest thing, once the leaders are assembled, is determining: 1) How much ownership of the strategy should those leaders have? and 2) How involved should a founder be in the business as it grows? Read More

From Harvard Business Review

Most companies have mission and vision statements, but those tend to communicate very little about a company’s purpose. Read More

From TED

Writer Seth Godin explains why it’s absolutely fine if you steal his ideas. You have to promise to make them better. Read More

From NewCo Shift

How a single conversation with my boss changed my view on delegation and failure. Read More

From Inc.

7 Tips for Being a Highly Effective Listener Read More

From Expedia

The hand shake can help to make or break a relationship from day one. Read More

From the Disney Institute

 “We hear more and more that organizations must have a compelling ‘purpose’ — but what does that mean? Aren’t there already a host of labels out there that describe organizational direction? Do we need yet another?” Read More

From Entrepreneur

You don't want employees feeling like their bright ideas just fall into an abyss. Set aside some time for employees (and their ideas) to shine. Read More

From Entrepreneur

Competition and opportunity increase as technology travels across the globe in milliseconds. Read More

From LinkedIn

Imagine for a moment that each day when you arrived at work your team would gather for a few minutes and your boss would single each of you out, one at a time, and explain specifically how your skills make the team better, how she and your co-workers respect and appreciate you, and how you are going to do amazing things that day. Read more.

From Inc. Magazine

Here are three times when it is important to ignore your plan and see what's in front of you instead. Read More

From Entrepreneur Magazine

In today’s complex world, disrupting an industry sector is part of every-day life and a critical component to survival for any business. Read More