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Leadership and HR Management Trending News

Category Archives: Leadership and HR Management Trending News

Leadership and HR Management Trending News

Good Leaders Have Visions Their Team Can Actually SEE

Guest post from Lee Hartley Carter: Vision in leadership is essential.  We all know it.  And yet, while we often can answer the question generally with business plan answers, we can’t often paint a picture of what that vision looks like in practice.  Often vision is couched in goals such as growing revenue 20% in […]

Jennifer Jacobs Goes from Peloton Instructor to Personal Influencer

The personal fitness industry has undergone as many changes as the rest. And Jennifer Jacobs is at the forefront of the industry’s latest evolution – online technology. Where people used to have to trundle to a gym to work out together, led by a fitness instructor, today it’s different. Companies like Peloton and Nordic Track […]

What’s the Qualified Business Income Deduction and Can You Claim It?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act drastically cut the corporate tax rate. But it also introduced the qualified business income (QBI) deduction. The QBI offers a way to lower the effective tax rate on the profits of owners of pass-through entities. These include sole proprietorships (including independent contractors), partnerships, limited liability companies, and S corporations. […]

Is Your Trade Group Blocking Climate Action?

Sheldon Whitehouse January 31, 2020 ARTWORK: Thomas Jackson, Cheese Balls, Napanoch, New York, 2012. Courtesy of Ellen Miller Gallery. Climate change is catastrophic for the economy. Moody’s recently warned that climate change will cause $69 trillion in economic damage globally by 2100, even with warming held to only 2 degrees Celsius. In May, the European […]

Research: How to Build Trust with Business Partners from Other Cultures

Eugene Mymrin/Getty Images Trust is the social glue that holds business relationships together. Business partners who trust each other spend less time and energy protecting themselves from being exploited, and both sides achieve better economic outcomes in negotiations. But, how do managers decide whether to trust a potential partner outside of their business? And how […]