Ann Mehl, a certified life and career coach, offer these tips on how to communicate, which is one of the most important skills in work and life.
Managing Your Business
It takes a lot more than great ideas to run a strong company. Smart entrepreneurs have a keen sense of business management. Increase your knowledge in areas like finance, markets, human resources, communication, technology and business policy and strategy.
What’s the best way for companies to deal with workplace harassment, bullying and inappropriate behavior? Here’s step-by-step advice, provided by women entrepreneurs.
Family-owned companies are already blazing new trails when it comes to women’s leadership, says expert Rochelle Clarke. What makes them so smart?
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com answers the most frequently asked questions that she receives from business owners.
How will you ensure the survival of your business after you’re gone? In a new book, Rochelle Clarke writes about the importance of succession planning.
Myles Ma of Policygenius explains how to build your own benefits package, including health insurance for small business owners.
Janie Clapp has perfected her recipe for a long-lasting business. By grounding herself in a love of baking, yet being ready to adapt to the times, she aims to ensure Janie’s Cakes will live on for decades to come.
Employers who understand that millennials want student loan repayment options should consider helping out with monthly payments.
Job candidates who can express empathy, recognize emotions and handle interpersonal relationships might be your next stars, writes Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com
Here’s how to attract the best and brightest employees, says Jennifer Fitzgerald of Policygenius.
Women entrepreneurs need to ‘self-insure’ for lean times. Jennifer Fitzgerald of Policygenius has these personal finance tips.
New deductions for LLCs, S Corps and C Corps are on the horizon, thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, writes Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com answers frequently asked questions that she receives from business owners.
Growing pains ultimately brought the founder and owner of Mary Lee Kitchen business success as well as the confidence to be in any space.
There’s no one path to office harmony for couples in business together, the stories of these entrepreneurial partners show.