HireVue founder Mark Newman explains what you need to look for in startup employees: the ability to handle ambiguity, a commitment to working hard, and passion for your business.
Rather than going all in, create a system for testing new ideas in a limited way.
To be a great manager, you have to really care about your people.
Gary Vaynerchuk explains his two investment prerequisites. (Note: He backed Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Uber.)
Making quality videos is less expensive than ever, but you need to decide whether it's the right tool for your business.
LearnVest founder Alexa von Tobel explains why you need to focus on people, communication systems, and finances in order to scale.
You don't have to be a improv genius to create a funny and memorable moment, as long as you understand your audience.
If you want investors to move more quickly, you need to identify--and then meet--their specific criteria.
Before you search for a mentor, focus on exactly what you need in terms of advice and information.
According to HireVue founder Mark Newman, you need to create an interesting environment, provide great benefits, and spend time reaching out to the surrounding community.
The CEO of Stew Leonard's explains that, as a leader, you have to prove yourself to your employees by engaging them in new ideas.
Yes To CEO Joy Chen explains why leaders should be decisive and efficient about getting the right people in place.
Coaching can come in many forms, from pulling team members aside to leading by example. Yes To CEO Joy Chen explains.
HireVue founder Mark Newman advises getting the most out of your team by letting their voices be heard in your organization.
Clarizen founder Avinoam Nowogrodski explains why you need to value participation, coach your management team on promoting culture, and solicit direct, honest feedback.
Yes To CEO Joy Chen talks about why it's important to figure out a personal strategy that will ultimately guide your professional decisions.
Yes To CEO Joy Chen experienced some culture shock after she switched from a large company to a small one.
Skills and values are important, but you need to ask interview questions that identify whether candidates will fit the culture. Yes To CEO Joy Chen explains.
Before you make an investment in an employee, make sure that they're the right fit with an internship-style field test.
Joy Chen, CEO of Yes To, explains why you need to create a value-based culture that helps employees excel and grow in order to earn their trust.