Eliyohu Mintz

My Thoughts On Business Management

26 Simple Daily Habits These High Achievers Swear By

January 16, 2017

These “26 Simply Daily Habits These High Achievers Swear By,” are excellent pieces of advice for becoming the most successful you can be. While many have wondered about the “secret formula” taken by the most successful people, this article shows that the formula isn’t so secret as it is simple, concrete steps one can take. […]

To Achieve a Team’s Vision

January 10, 2017

This article, “What is Meant by Championing Execution to Achieve the Team’s Vision” points to the meaning of supporting the team’s vision toward becoming a reality. A leader’s involvement is essential in this process for three reasons: it is a sign of the leader’s commitment, the leader will make sure the process progresses toward concrete […]

Want to be Super Successful?

January 2, 2017

As this article, “Want to be Super Successful? Science Says to do Any 1 of These 10 Things,” points out, having no routine or structure is not only mentally and physically draining, but detrimental to our wellbeing. Creating excellence is an attainable goal if you persevere. The benefits of a routine are innumerable. it helps […]

5 Types of Emotional Intelligence all Great Leaders have Mastered

December 27, 2016

Being aware of your emotional intelligence is a key factor in being an effective leader. Being aware of how your emotions can affect your decisions as CEO is vital toward company life and growth. Having the ability to read employee’s feelings and understanding their needs are also important factors that can have either positive or […]

The Top 6 Reasons Why Employees Leave

December 19, 2016

Employee retention is certainly always at the forefront of every CEO’s mind. This article, “Top 6 Reasons Why Employees Leave and How You Can Stop Them,” outlines the reasons employees may leave, such as limited opportunities for career growth, boredom, inadequate compensation, excess workload, and general unhappiness. the tips listed here for employee retention are […]

Co-Working Spaces are the New Office Model

December 12, 2016

Co-working in open work spaces have resulted in an increase in productivity and collaboration, along with improved overall work experience for employees, according to the article “Co-Working Spaces are the New Office Model.” Separate cubicles seem to be a thing of the past, as the inhibit teamwork and promote individualism. While this new office model […]

How to Motivate Employees: Give Them Compliments and Pizza

December 5, 2016

This fascinating study, as outlined in “How to Motivate Your Employees: Give Them Compliments and Pizza,” looks at what truly motivates people: a compliment, a cash bonus, or a free pizza. Surprisingly, those in the cash group of the study performed marginally worse than the other groups, costing the company that much more money, besides […]

7 Concepts Every CEO Has to Nail

November 28, 2016

This week’s article, “7 Concepts Every CEO Has To Nail,” is based on the need for every CEO to re-evaluate their position and if they can truly call themselves a CEO. One of the most important parts of this short article was in the very beginning: “If a board of directors doesn’t name you chief […]

Quick Tips to Re-energize Your Team

October 26, 2016

This week’s article “Team Culture: 7 Short and Sweet Tips to Re-energize a Team or Project,” outline useful tips in organizing your work team into an energetic and eager group. Point six, “dealing with outliers” should be the first thought in every team leader’s mind before beginning to organize a team. Dealing with outliers that […]

The One Thing That Makes Companies Successful

October 10, 2016

This week’s article, “The Man Who Ran Yum! Brands for 14 Years Has a Simple Way to Judge a Company” is based on the need to help employees feel appreciated in their work, which re-energizes the work place as a result. Of course, recognition is vital for company morale and success, but only if it is […]