HR & Leadership
How to Keep Your Company Aligned While Your Whole Team Works Remotely

As a leader, your job is to create clarity where you can. Executive coach Alisa Cohn suggests carving out a daily meeting as a “virtual situation room.” Here’s how to do it.

by Alisa Cohn
Hiring
Hiring a Senior Executive? Ask These 3 Interview Questions

The conversations these questions spark will help you learn much more about a person than their canned answer to “What’s your biggest weakness?”

by Alisa Cohn
HR & Leadership
The 4 Leadership Practices of Exceptional CEOs

High-growth companies require high-growth CEOs. Nourish these qualities to rapidly build your leadership skills.

by Alisa Cohn
HR & Leadership
How to Keep Your Co-Founder Relationship from Sinking Your Startup: Advice from Executive Coach Alisa Cohn

Building a great relationship with your co-founder is simple, but not easy. The secret? Choose them wisely.

by Alisa Cohn
HR & Leadership
Can Your Executives Grow with Your Company?

As you build your startup, one of the most difficult choices you have to make is about your existing executives. Can they scale with the company or is it the right time to bring in people with more experience to lead?

by Alisa Cohn
Leadership
The One Word That Hinders Team Alignment
Editor's Note: This article first appeared on Inc. here. Picture this: you're in a meeting with the executive team, and...
by Alisa Cohn
Leadership
How to Stop Procrastinating the Work You Don't Want to Do
Editor's Note: This article was originally published on Inc. here. Everyone has a list of things that we know we should...
by Alisa Cohn
Leadership
Predictable Pitfalls of Founders and How to Avoid Them
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in People + Strategy magazine here. We have romanticized founders having their “eureka” moments, writing their...
by Alisa Cohn
Leadership
To Drive Operational Excellence, Ask These Three Questions
Editor's Note: This article first appeared on AlleyWatch here. Every startup reaches the point where they have learned, they have hired,...
by Alisa Cohn