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Elliott Parker Elliott Parker
Updated on April 17, 2024

Here’s What Leaders Can Learn From the NBA’s 3-Point Line

Experimentation is messy, chaotic and uncomfortable. It can also be the best thing you do for your company.

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Brian Nordli Brian Nordli
Updated on April 15, 2024

Constructive Criticism Is a Key Management Skill. Here’s How to Give It.

Avoiding it will only stifle your employees’ growth.

Dawn Kawamoto Dawn Kawamoto
Updated on April 10, 2024

Why Self-Awareness Is a Crucial Management Skill — and How to Get It

Developing self-awareness takes work, but here is why it’s important for your career advancement and your company’s performance.

Mike Hyzy and Jerry Fix Mike Hyzy and Jerry Fix
Updated on April 09, 2024

The Real Difference Between Product Managers and Product Management Consultants

Thinking of climbing the rungs of the product ladder to management or switching gears to consulting? Here’s what to consider.

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Sunny Betz Sunny Betz
Updated on March 20, 2024

A Guide to Better 1-on-1 Meetings

Regularly scheduled check-ins between managers and employees are more important thank you think.

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Louis K. Gump Louis K. Gump
Updated on March 12, 2024

Want to Make It as an Intrapraneur? Start Overcommunicating.

Investing time in communicating directly can save you a lot of angst and missteps.

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Anne Boden Anne Boden
Updated on March 06, 2024

What It Takes to Lead a Unicorn

This Women’s History Month, our expert shares her advice for other women founders about the resiliency it takes to scale successfully.

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Steve Krull Steve Krull
Updated on February 21, 2024

How to Lead by Letting Go

The paradox of effective leadership is understanding when stepping back can push your team forward.

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Rob Bier Rob Bier
Updated on February 20, 2024

Struggling to Scale Your Startup? Try Taking a Step Back.

Our expert examines five reasons startups work so well in the beginning, where things go wrong and how to recapture that early-day magic.

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Vadim Fedotov Vadim Fedotov
Updated on February 05, 2024

5 Ways to Turn Your Company Into a Team

Here’s what sports can teach you about running a business.

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