A Lesson from the Reddit Mess

By Jaimy Ford  Last week, user-generated news source Reddit experienced a pretty big hullabaloo after firing beloved talent director Victoria Taylor. The online community essentially went dark as moderators of nearly 300 subreddits revolted in response to the news. Since, interim CEO Ellen Pao has issued a public apology, but that hasn’t stopped angry users and […]


2 Lessons From Your July 4th Barbecue

By Kevin Eikenberry Tomorrow is the Fourth of July, and in the United States, that means fireworks, parades and crowds of people wearing red, white and blue. Additionally, a good percentage of Americans will celebrate the 4th of July tomorrow by hosting or attending a cookout, barbecue or picnic. And most will overindulge in food and […]

Bud to Boss: When Your Team Doesn't Want to Change

FAQ Series: When Your Team Doesn’t Want to Change

Change is hard and it’s even harder when an individual doesn’t believe in it or see the good in it. Watch today’s video for tips that you can use as a leader to help successfully initiate change. B2B Q&A – When Your Team Doesn’t Want Change Force doesn’t work. Leaders must help the team choose […]

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New Leadership Role? These Should Be Your First Steps

By Kevin Eikenberry Every day people are promoted into new positions of leadership. If you are among those ranks and taking on your first leadership role—whether you will occupy the c-suite, a corner office or a cubicle on the shop floor—here are the very first steps you should take to ensure your success in your new supervisory role. #1 Take a leadership […]