- Feuer radio appearance focuses on business people’s biggest mistakes
- Feuer talks business on The Career Clinic radio program
- ARTICLE: Analysis Paralysis — Avoid consensus overload and keep the venture moving forward with rapid yet thoughtful decisions
- Article: Be An Open Book
- Feuer to keynote B2B Expo in October
As the co-founder of OfficeMax, Michael Feuer learned a thing or two about launching and running a successful company. In The Benevolent Dictator, he serves up an array of advice on empowering your employees, building your business, and outwitting the competition. Here are four lessons.
Michael Feuer’s sit-down with It Business Edge writer Don Tennant continues to gain speed. Feuer, author of the book, “The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business and Outwit the Competition,” has, once and for all, debunked the myth that the best leaders are consensus builders. Find out the best tips in this slideshow.
Michael Feuer dropped by the WCPN Public Radio studios for a live one-on-one chat with host Michael McIntyre. The two discussed building businesses, leading by example and why it takes a benevolent dictator to move swiftly from mind to market.
If you you’ve been afraid to act on your great business idea, it may be the time to act on your dreams. Michael Feuer appeared on Fox4 TV to discuss how to know if your business idea is good enough to get started.
Michael Feuer appears on First Business, a leading nationally syndicated morning business program that delivers a unique blend of business news and investment strategy, to discuss succeeding as a leader, managing challenging personality types and The Benevolent Dictator.
Nearly 200 people packed the Barnes & Noble in Woodmere, Ohio, on June 23, 2011, to help celebrate the national launch of The Benevolent Dictator, by Michael Feuer with Dustin S. Klein, buy copies of the new book to get signed, and meet the authors.
Most business people believe that money is their biggest asset, many times that’s not the case. You can have adequate capital, but if you can’t muster the collective team’s strength to move forward, money alone won’t get the job done. …