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Lead with Questions not Answers

inc.com — You want good, useful information from your people. To get it, perfect the art of asking the right questions. Knowing the right questions to ask is better than having all the right answers. Or as Decouvertes put it, "It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question."
Aug 30, 2014

RT @Kavaliro: Find why "Knowing the right questions to ask is better than having all the right answers," in this article from @Inc. ow.ly/zFnm2

The Insane Double Standard for Women Working in Tech

inc.com — Even women who earn overwhelming positive performance reviews are told that they have "personality flaws," a new study finds Why aren't there more women in positions of top leadership? And why do women entrepreneurs seem so reluctant to seek out venture financing? Hint: It's got nothing to do with work-life balance, children, eldercare, or supportive spouses.
Aug 29, 2014

RT @margagual: Men's performance based on skills, women on personality "The Insane Double Standard for Women Working in Tech @weisul inc.com/kimberly-weisu…

Aug 28, 2014

Yes. And ugh. RT @mariaaspan In case your blood needs to boil today RT @Inc Insane Double Standard for Women in Tech bit.ly/1tODV5V

Aug 28, 2014

RT @mariaaspan: In case your blood needs to boil today RT @Inc The Insane Double Standard for Women Working in Tech @weisul bit.ly/1tODV5V

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Being the Boss Means You Can Do What You Want (But You Should Not)

inc.com — Your dream of running a successful start up can be destroyed by you doing whatever you want to. Are you sure that's a path you want to go down? One of the reasons entrepreneurs start their own businesses is that they are tired of being told what to do.
Aug 29, 2014

Being the boss means you can do what you want (but you should not) @realevilhrlady #badbossoftheweek inc.com/suzanne-lucas/… via @Inc