Category: Management & Leadership

Do You Have a Succession Plan for Your Business?

~by Brooke Chaplan~ . Business stock distribution is normally determined early on in a business and is included in either the bylaws, operating agreement, term sheets, or some other formal agreement. Usually, stock distribution is reserved for founding partners, board members and investors. However, business owners should also consider making stocks available to other deserving…
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7 Ways to Show Your Employees You Value Them

~by Emma Sturgis~ . Many workers become dissatisfied with their work environments when dealing with supervisors who don’t seem to take their options into consideration or listen to issues they have. If they feel that their supervisors or managers don’t care about employees’ problems and point-of-views, they will be more likely to look elsewhere for…
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4 Easy Steps to Becoming a True Business Leader

~by Rachelle Wilber~ . Becoming a leader in your business and industry is much easier than it may seem. The qualities of a true leader are actually present in a very small percentage of business people, making your rise to the top simple and natural. While some people simply are not cut out to be…
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9 Stress Relieving Secrets Every Woman Should Know

~by Dianna Sandora~ Do you ever feel so stressed that you’d just like for the world to stop spinning for a few minutes so that you can get off? I know there are times that is exactly how I feel. Too much to do and not enough time to do it in. What’s worse is…
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How Beauty Bloggers Are Building Their Own Empires Online

It seems the combination of education and entertainment in today’s content happened so fast, audiences are having trouble catching up. This is especially true with topics like beauty and fashion, which most people would agree, are already cyclical and continuously refreshed with new material. When this type of educational entertainment moved online, the synthesis of…
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Four Keys to Surviving Change

One email changed my life. Less than one hundred words set me upon a new course in life. And the lessons that I learned through those has changed me and my home. This past year, I received a letter from the management in my company, notifying all part-time employees that they were no longer eligible…
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When Office Renovation Outweighs a New Rental

When Office Renovation Outweighs a New Rental

When it comes to choosing a new business location, making that final decision can be overwhelming. You might be wondering if you should stay and renovate your old place or get a new rental. After all, the type of building you have can affect the quality of the work going on inside of it or…
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4 Things Your Business Can Do to Make Sure You Hire the Right People

4 Things Your Business Can Do to Make Sure You Hire the Right People

When you need to hire new people for your business, you want to make sure you get the right person. Employees can make or break a company, so you need to make sure that you use your hiring process to find a great fit for the position. Here are a few things that you can…
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What not to do in Facebook Groups

What NOT to do in Facebook Groups- AKA confessions of a group owner

I started the 60,000 strong Women’s Entrepreneur Network Facebook Group in May, 2015.  It has been a lot of ups and downs, but there are always those moments when you wonder as a group owner what exactly people are thinking, so I’m going to share some of those here. If you’re thinking of using a…
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Become a Market Leader

Become a Market Leader

Competition is very tough in almost any market. Add some volatility of market conditions influenced by politics, tough economy, and other critical factors, and you’ve got one pile of mess to take care of in business-that is, in case you don’t have the right type of plan having the appropriate strategies to execute it. But…
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