When people hear the title of CEO, those three letters that command respect, they tend to imagine a relentless titan on a quest for entrepreneurial greatness. What comes to mind is the fiery temperament of a visionary like Steve Jobs, or the competitive drive of a leader like Travis Kalanick. Instead, they shared more traditional qualities, such as a strong sense of self-awareness, prioritization skills and, most of all, a willingness to listen and hear new ideas from their fellow leaders.
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Emotional intelligence is an underrated quality for entrepreneurs, and a crucial one for employees. But, why is this quality important, and how can you tell if you have it?
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Here are four things great bosses say on an employee’s very first day to make sure that person gets off to a great — and focused — start.
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Introverts are considered to be too ‘quiet’ and ‘unassertive’ to successfully handle the many challenges of management roles in anything but an ancillary capacity. Here are some of the traits that an introvert brings to the table when it comes to good management and ROI.