Here are our ten favorite business tweets from the last week.
Have a business tweet you’d like to see included? Let us know and we’ll consider it for next week’s edition of Thought Leader Thursday!
Office meetings are an inevitable part of the office routine, yet they are often considered time sucking rituals where little work actually gets done. A lack of etiquette and poor planning are two of the main reasons why many business meetings fail, said business expert Lyndsay Swinton. Here are ten tips for making business meetings […]
Welcome to the inaugural edition of our weekly Thought Leader Thursday in which we feature our favorite ten business tweets from the past week. Which of the below business tweets do you like best? Or do you have a business tweet to suggest? Leave us a comment with the tweet link, and we’ll consider including it next week!
On Leadership: On delegation “Giving people freedom to make mistakes is very important.” @richardbranson #df12live — ladove (@ladove) September 19, 2012 RT @salesforcelive: “Run your company like a family. Genuinely, like a family.” @richardbranson #Df12Live #business — Rachel Miller (@rachelloumiller) September 19, 2012 On leadership: “Create organizations that believe in themselves. Have courage, […]
Startups are often incubators for creativity and innovation, whereas large corporations can get bogged down by bureaucracy, hierarchy and inefficient processes that stifle innovation. That’s why some large companies are mimicking certain aspects of startup culture, such as forming small divisions within the organization that are more nimble, flexible and innovative. As this recent Harvard Business Review […]
There are many parallels between sports and business: both involve wins, losses, teamwork, training, determination and persistence. As a former college varsity athlete, I frequently apply my athletic skills and experience to the business world. I’m not the only one — plenty of hardworking entrepreneurs and executives grew up on sports and compete as adults, […]
We’re delighted to host a free webinar with Stanford professor Tina Seelig, who will talk about applying creative principles to business solutions. Tina will draw from her latest book, inGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity, which includes a set of tools to enhance ingenuity for individuals and companies. This free webinar is on Wednesday, August […]
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh delivered a truly inspirational talk in yesterday’s RingCentral webinar. Tony’s presentation on “Delivering Happiness” included lessons he has learned in business and life, from running a pizza business to co-founding LinkExchange (acquired by Microsoft for $265 million), Zappos, and more. The well-known entrepreneur also revealed his philosophy on hiring and inspiring employees to […]
Please join us for RingCentral Salon’s webinar event featuring Tony Hsieh, author of #1 New York Times Bestseller, Delivering Happiness and Zappos CEO. When: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 11:00 am-noon PST / 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST Attendance is FREE, but space is limited – REGISTER NOW! Tony’s presentation on Delivering Happiness contains lessons that business […]
We are big fans of author and Fortune magazine editor Adam Lashinsky. His new book, Inside Apple is at the top of our CEO’s recommended book list, so it was our pleasure to have Adam visit RingCentral HQ for our most recent RingCentral Salon event to discuss the book. Adam shared his insights on Apple’s wildly unconventional […]