“Guru” comes from Sanskrit many years ago, meaning “heavy, weighty.” The Oxford Dictionary cites the first use of “business guru” in a 1960s issue of Business Week. So what makes someone a weighty business guru?
It is imperative for any individual striving for success in the workplace to learn how to establish professional relationships. Take note, as thought leaders from Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Chron weigh in on the five most important factors involved in professional relationships.
“Greatness belongs to those who have mastered their internal world.” — Brendon Burchard
This is one of my favorite quotes from Brendon Burchard’s Motivation Manifesto. In the quote, Burchard’s point is that greatness comes from within. You need to understand yourself before you can contribute anything truly wonderful to the world.
Retention. Attrition. Turnover. These words ring loud in the ears of business leaders. While all turnover may not be preventable, there are strategies that management can use to reduce the number and frequency of workers who join the ‘dearly departed’.
TED Talks leadership videos do more than stir your curiosity. They’ve become a go-to for the leading ideas on where our world is heading. With thousands of videos to pore through, I wanted to offer you the 5 TED Talks I recommend to business leaders across the country.
The world’s greatest leaders demonstrate great strength of purpose, tolerance, empathy, and endurance ― all of the characteristics of staying positive through uncertainty.