As a business leader, putting yourself in danger by climbing a ladder or speeding is a risk to more than yourself. If you end up injured and unable to work, your ability to lead will also be affected.
It’s totally fine to say “I disagree with you.” What matters is how you frame your disagreement to maintain a sense of civility.
At first glance, it would seem that physical calendars are obsolete thanks to apps like Outlook and Google Calendar. However, they still have advantages over their digital versions.
Get creative with finding sources of revenue outside dues. In the process, you can create more value for all of your members.
In today’s digital business environment, protecting your data is more important than ever. One of the simplest ways to protect yourself is by using a strong password that’s hard to guess.
Change your language from “I HAVE to…” to “I GET to…” so that you can be a more effective leader.
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Ben shares a powerful lesson from a late friend, A. Newth Morris III, about how exuberance and enthusiasm can benefit yourself and those around you.
Whether you’ve been in business 30 years or 3 years, don’t forget to take a moment to recognize those around you who’ve helped along the way.
Ben has some new jokes to share. Humor is a great way to liven up the office and reduce stress. Try these clean jokes around the office or at home.
An effective way to eliminate any conflicts of interest is to have transparency. One way to do this is by having board members, or other decision makers, sign disclosures that highlight any potential conflicts.