Finding Compatible Work Partners Is, Well, Work
Sometimes we're lucky and stumble across the perfectly compatible colleague and partner. But finding compatibility is more likely to be a long process, developed through hard work and awareness.
Memo to Executives: Well-Being Boosts Employee Engagement
When a company builds a culture of well-being, employee engagement will accelerate and customers will see the impact.
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How to Add Trillions of Dollars to the U.S. Economy
Finding and tapping the most talented business builders in America would have a dramatic economic impact, says an expert on entrepreneurship.
How Entrepreneurs Sabotage Their Businesses
The biggest challenge many entrepreneurs may face is a self-limiting or self-inflated view of their capabilities -- either of which can severely damage their enterprises.
Should You Treat Distributors Like Employees? Or Customers?
Distributors sell your products and services like employees, yet have needs and demands like customers. It's a complex relationship -- but the best suppliers treat them like partners.
How Hospitals Can Maximize the Patient Experience
In healthcare, creating an optimal patient experience is now a top priority. Hospitals can begin to achieve it by adopting a strengths-based approach to managing and developing staff members.
The Real Disruptive Innovation in Education
Though colleges and universities might be threatened by disruption from online courses, the only disruption that matters is supporting students with mentoring, caring professors and deep and experiential learning.
Malls Slump While New Shopping Trends Take Off
With the rise of online purchasing and outdoor lifestyle centers, the great American pastime of going to the mall could become outdated.
The Talent for Entrepreneurship
Starting a company requires more than courage, financing and a good idea. You need the right set of talents, too.
How Entrepreneurs Manage High-Risk Situations
Highly successful entrepreneurs aren't risk seekers -- they're risk mitigators. If you are have the Risk-Taker talent, you instinctively know how to handle uncertainty.
Three Prescriptions for Successful Healthcare Mergers
Though M&A deals are often navigated effectively, they don't always go according to plan or achieve the desired results. Experts explain how to make them work.
The Impact of Entrepreneurs' Psychology on Their Businesses
Advice to entrepreneurs: Identify your strengths and watch out for inherent blind spots in your personality that can affect your venture's performance and ultimate success.
How Social Media Could Save Christmas
Frustrated job seekers may find temporary work on Twitter or Facebook as recruiters turn to social media to fill holiday positions. But is it the right tool for seasonal hiring?
Building Exceptional Business-to-Business Relationships
In thousands of B2B customer interviews, Gallup has observed partnerships that create great value for both customers and suppliers. An expert reveals the traits these rare relationships share.
Get Better at Knowing Your Client's Decision-Making Process
Using a disciplined approach to assess, manage and improve buying center relationships will help B2B companies better understand their client's key players and their needs.
B2B Companies: Do You Know Who Your Customer Is?
In B2B companies, the definition of a "customer" is elusive: Several decision-makers usually make decisions jointly to purchase products or services. But who are these people?
Engage Your Hotel Guests by Taking Care of Their Well-Being
Tending to guests' well-being can lead to a healthier balance sheet if hotels do it right, according to a Gallup hospitality industry study.
Execs: Don't Discount the Value of an Online University Degree
If students get what they need most -- effective mentoring -- they can offer as much to employers as their on-campus peers.
Winning Combo: A Dedication to Talent and a Focus on Results
A former OSU linebacker, Stryker Sales Manager Jerry Rudzinski coaches his team to high employee engagement scores -- and double-digit sales growth.
How Mobile Technology Can Improve Employees' Well-Being
More people are using mobile technology to boost their well-being. Experts explain how companies can effectively implement health-related apps in their workplace.