Robert Roy Britt

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About Robert Roy

During his years as a media-company executive, Rob led the launch and growth of several industry-leading online publications covering business, technology and science. He’s a writer, editor and occasional entrepreneur, whose most valuable business experience was managing a profitable and growing family manufacturing facility to a successful buyout.

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EQ Tops IQ in Determining Entrepreneurial Success

Emotional intelligence is often underestimated in determining the success of a small business.

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How to Grow a Successful Family Business

The very traits that make your family-run business succeed can lead to its demise, unless you do these things.

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How to Tell If Your Employees Are Really Engaged

Engagement is a surprisingly rare and fuzzy thing. Here's how to understand and improve it in your company.

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Proven Ways to Boost Employee Morale

Genuine approaches are needed, and the success of your business is at stake.

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Old Business Practices Aren’t Sufficient for the ‘New Normal’

New strategies are needed to deal with scared and stressed employees and a business landscape that’s changed forever.

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Language Builds Better Customer Relations

Sell more products or services by teaching your employees to speak plainly.

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How to Build Trust With Your Employees

These simple, honest approaches will make your employees more engaged, loyal and productive.

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Is Your Gut Instinct Always Right? How to Check Yourself

Intuition can be a powerful decision-making tool, if you know when to use it.

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Why Perfectionism Can Be Bad for Your Business

You need to let go a little, for the sake of your company and the health of you and your employees.

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How to Resolve Conflict at Your Small Business

Disagreements and tension are great for business, if you manage them well.