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Work Teams: Internal and External Influences on Performance

Contributed by Dr. Todd Harris, a director of research at PI and an expert in industrial and organizational psychology. Todd has advised clients, ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies, on leadership, personality assessment and talent management. Organizations throughout the world have increasingly adopted team-based work structures. Consider the following points: As many as… Read more »

Coaching is a Daily Practice

Contributed by Chuck Carey, the president and co-founder, Troika Design Group, based in Hollywood, California. When the Los Angeles Lakers won the 2010 NBA Finals, why did celebrated coach Phil Jackson sit on the sidelines while his players celebrated on the court? Why does a baseball coach stay in the dugout when their team leaps… Read more »

Four Phases of Your Business

  Contributed by Jason Fry, the president and CEO of Zotes Products, LLC. As entrepreneurs, each of us faces myriad challenges. These challenges not only stretch our capacities, patience and ability to keep employees focused on the company vision, it also allows for alternate ways of thinking to begin creeping into our company culture. One… Read more »

Employees are Number One

Contributed by Dale Williams, the owner of , a travel nurse and allied health company based in Omaha, Nebraska. A strong corporate culture is the cornerstone of our employee recruitment and retention. It has led to major growth over the past two years. As rewarding as that growth has been, it has also led to… Read more »

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To Incorporate or Not to Incorporate? | Small Business Daily News, Blogs, Commentary: Incorporating or forming an LLC does not mean that you have to become a rigid workplace, just that you acknowledge the protection it gives your personal assets and the tax benefits for your business. It’s a smarter way to do business, even for… Read more »