How to Win the Battles that Matter Most to Your Business

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. With unemployment persistently under 4% and at least a million more job openings than people seeking work, founders and leaders of small businesses are finding creative new ways to compete. The talent war goes far beyond acquisition, hiring practices and employee retention — entrepreneurs must reimagine and … Read more

Building a Whole Life, Not Just a Career

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Think about the last time you had a conversation with someone new. It likely kicked off with a question asking, “What do you do?” and then maybe “What do you like to do?” Most of the time, these two topics are separately considered. Why is that? More … Read more

The Line Between Your Professional and Personal Lives Is Blurring — and That’s a Good Thing

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In the past, leaders kept a grip on retention by manipulating three levers: compensation, their relationship with employees and company culture. Now, though, Covid-19 and other social dynamics have turned that strategy to jelly. Employers are unable to navigate the three levers to keep employees around in … Read more