Smart Financial Moves for Late 2012/Early 2013
What financial, business or life priorities do you need to address for 2013? Now is a good time to think about the investing, saving or budgeting methods you could employ toward specific objectives. Some year-end financial moves may prove crucial to the pursuit of those goals as well.
Reasons a Leader's Personal Business Is the Company's Business
It's important for all business and government leaders to grasp how their personal behavior affects the organization's culture. Reckless risk taking by a leader begets reckless risk taking by his or her subordinates, managers, and employees. Dishonesty begets more dishonesty.
Administration Defines Health Benefits Under Affordable Care Act
The Obama administration recently defined the health benefits that insurers must offer under the Affordable Care Act. The proposed rules would give employers freedom to reward employees who participate in workplace wellness programs.
New York Times
How to Become a Thought Leader
Thought leaders "lead" by staying ahead of the curve. They recognize and write about managerial ideas before they hit the perspective stage in organizations. Here are four tips for anyone looking to produce world-class thought leadership.
Harvard Business Review
3 Tips To Get Cost-Effective, High Quality Legal Advice
Startups can spend more than $10,000 on legal bills over the course of their first year, writes Matt Faustman, co-founder and CEO of UpCounsel. By finding the right lawyers and avoiding common mistakes, you can help save money to put toward growing your company.