"When you frame it the right way, your feedback can get your colleague on your side. Get-It-Done Guy explains how to criticize without making enemies." Read the entire article or listen to the podcast . . .
"Forget your own desires, and lead with the value you can provide."
"There are lies, there are big lies, and then there are myths. And myths are the worst of the three." "Myths present a different, subtler trap, which is what makes even smart people fall for them. They are usually based on a plausible half-truth, and they do not immediately lead you astray if you start […]
"A business model is an outline of how a company plans to make money with its product and customer base in a specific market. At its core, it explains what product or service a company will sell, how it intends to market that product or service, what kind of expenses it will face, and how […]
"We took a look at how American work habits have changed over the past 10 years. Here are some of the most prominent examples." Read the full article by Steven John (photo, left) . . .
"How many CMOs would choose to woo a segment that will absolutely never change buying behaviors regardless of what type of marketing they receive? Wouldn’t it make more sense to only focus on those customers who act on targeted campaigns?"
"Growing an effective culture within a remote workforce requires a clear vision of the changes you wish to see across the organization, employees who meet that vision, a commitment to perpetuating the company vision and culture, and a strong leader who embodies that culture."
"It’s easy for leaders to become a little too focused on the task at hand. They’re rushing from meeting to meeting, solving problems and reporting on deliverables, trying to be efficient and make sure everyone stays on task," writes Joel Garfinkle (photo, left) in an article at Smart Brief. "Sometimes, in that strive towards efficiency, […]
“A few weeks ago, I shared 11 podcasts we learned from in 2018. To continue the conversation, I asked a few of the podcasters featured to share their strategies on creating and promoting their content. To measure success, many podcasters, including WaitWhat (the team behind Masters of Scale), follow two key metrics: . . .”
“For many people, the bulk of their LinkedIn activity is the digital equivalent of collecting a pile of business cards. But those with the savvy to turn their LinkedIn profile into a resource for visitors will make meaningful—and profitable—connections.”