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Leaders are always searching for new ways to motivate their team. Incentives help, as do training, inspiration, and goals, but there’s one resource you
Ready for the Olympics? Before you get your popcorn and settle into the couch to watch the greatest athletes in the world compete, load up on some leadership
Did you know George Washington was not really the first President? This widely-held belief has been propagated for over two centuries. So how does a historical
Author’s Note: This article is not an endorsement of Donald Trump, nor does it condone, justify, or defend anything he has said or done.
In a recent interview Mel Brooks discussed one of the few flops of his career, the 1986 movie Solarbabies. What started as a small $5 million dollar sci-fi
Last summer, my family and I got hooked on a new home improvement competition television series called Home Free. I don’t typically enjoy the HGTV-type
When people discuss the essential communication skills for leaders, active listening is always listed. This typically includes the same general practices—paraphrase