Ever know... that guy! You know the one that can set the world on fire with his armpits. Or the girl who can clear out a networking event with her breath. If they're good people you want to tell them. If not, you want to warn others. Here's how to have the guts and the glory of telling someone they stink.
Horrible bosses are everywhere. Where did they come from? Is it genetic? Here are some answers to help you deal with a horrible boss.
If there were ever two polar opposites, my husband James and I are such. We debate… until he stops. LOL! And not always do we
Imagine for a moment that you were cutting your organization straight down the middle. You’d have operations and innovation. They guys that keep the lights
No matter how you cut it, there are just some people you want to banish from your team. You know the “come in at 9:05
Leaders are usually defined as people who have a massive line of lemmings attempting to mimic their actions. But great leaders don’t have followers. They
Eddie’s office, the HR Rep, and me. “Am I fired? What did I do?”, my mind raced as my boss, Eddie, started the conversation. “Dawnna,
We’ve all seen those boring articles that some top-level executive was selected to write for the company newsletter. They all follow the same template: Where
The meeting is over. You just left the room. And the chatter begins as it always does when you walk out. So, what are they
[tds-dropcap red]A[/tds-dropcap]s a successful woman in business, I get asked this question a lot. Usually by someone that’s around 20 years old and fresh out
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People ask me all the time how I moved up from a programmer to a COO and now CEO so quickly. My answer is always
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Sometimes even the best leaders sabotage success. Here are 7 ways that they do it.
As I was working on Mojo Mogul, I was looking for a correlation between confidence, risk,and success. To find the correlation I created the Helium Balloon Test and administered it to college students, executives and athletes and the results were interesting. (more…)