Category: Leadership

Devided

The world appears to be so divided. Leaders and entrepreneurs challenge their own perspectives, in business and life by looking at opposing points of view.

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Staff

A staggering majority of people are unhappy at work. It’s a world-wide epidemic. In the United States, 70% of people hate their jobs.

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A rebel entrepreneur can make their staff feel like they are self-employed but still a vital part of the organisation. Then, together, they can work towards

Knowledge

There was once a CEO who ran a hugely successful company out of a high-rise building in Manhattan. One day, a fuse blew

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Micromanage

In a feature with NPR, Majorn Bell talks about her time with a boss who micromanaged the company. Bell had to email her

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Workplace

A recent study by Harvard Business School has found that companies generate more success when the workplace environment is one that encourages employees

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Employee feedback

Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn, likened the figure of an entrepreneur to that of a pilot by stating “Starting a company is

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Leadership

A 2013 report by Gallup found that only 30% of employees feel inspired at work. It is estimated that this lack of engagement

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Believe in your team

In 1964, Harvard psychologist Robert Rosenthal teamed up with school principal Lenore Jacobson in a study that would gauge the impact of teachers’

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Be assertive

In a 2011 study, “Do Nice Guys – And Gals – Really Finish Last?” Notre Dame Professor Timothy Judge found that agreeable leaders

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Brainstorm together

The very best ideas are developed carefully, and often, independent of others. In a study conducted at Yale in 1958, 48 students were

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Rebel's employees need to think independently, but brainstorm together. It's most effective when they know about the session in advance, as this gives the

Diversity

Picture yourself as a sports manager, assembling the best football team that would challenge the league title. Would you take on players from

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Diversity in business is essential. Studies show that teams composed of men and women of different races, nationalities, sexual orientations and reli