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All is Well That Ends Well, Helpful Tips for Dealing with Difficult Employees

Posted by StellaPop on Nov 12, 2019 8:28:16 AM

Difficult employees can slow down business and suck colleagues into a negative vortex. They often seem to have a dark cloud above their heads in the office and even the best professionals, managers, execs, or CEOs spend valuable time worrying about what to do and how to manage them. While being on top of hiring can prevent this issue, it’s somewhat unavoidable. Problems arise in employee’s lives, business processes change, personalities clash, the possibilities are endless. 

Here we have some tips to follow when you are faced with this challenge in your own office.

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Topics: Human Resources, Leadership, CEO Series

CEO Insights: How to Minimize Opportunity Cost in Business Decisions

Posted by StellaPop on Sep 29, 2019 8:35:00 AM

Just like in life, everything in business is a tradeoff. Every decision that you make has an opportunity cost - basically, by taking one route, you're giving up the opportunity to take another route. Some of these tradeoffs are small, and others are major; some are simple, and some are extraordinarily complex.

Say you want to purchase a computer. If your only requirement is that it meets a certain price point, the decision is easy. If, on the other hand, it needs to be a certain size, have a certain amount of processing power, a touch screen, and four USB ports, chances are you're going to have to make some tradeoffs.

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Topics: Management, Leadership, CEO Series

How to Utilize Stories to Become a Networking Pro

Posted by StellaPop on Jun 20, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Networking isn't easy. It can be awkward and exhausting – and you might walk away feeling like you didn't represent yourself or your business the best you could. But never fear! There's a tool you can use to make your next networking experience a success: storytelling.

Storytelling is a powerful thing. It's leveraged in journalism, marketing, comedy, and so much more. We all love a good story, so why not use it to make a deeper connection with someone and potentially start a new business relationship?

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Topics: C-Suite, Leadership, CEO Series

4 Powerful Tips for Leaders Speaking at Events and Conferences

Posted by StellaPop on Jun 13, 2019 10:23:35 AM

As a leader, speaking is part of the job, or at the very least should be. But giving a talk can be daunting, even for those who have done it many times before. Here are our tips for delivering a speech that keeps audiences enthralled, while communicating everything you need to.

You Talkin' To Me?

Your audience is a key factor in what you're presenting, and how. Presenting to a room of subject matter experts requires a different approach from presenting to marketers or career hopefuls. When you know who you're targeting, you can shape the length, style, and tone of your presentation accordingly.

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Topics: C-Suite, Leadership, CEO Series

On a Mission: Building a Company Mission Statement

Posted by StellaPop on May 23, 2019 7:45:00 AM

As a company, your brand reflects what you stand for. A mission statement is the core piece of branding that the rest of your brand identity hangs on, so getting it right is critical. You want to make sure it aligns with your company's goals, beliefs, audience, and purpose.

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Topics: Branding, Marketing, Leadership

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