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Don’t simply put all your talented people on a problem-solving team.  

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The personal items in your office contribute more to your leadership than you realize. 

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 Treat failure as temporary setback.

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Look at people who are doing what you really want to do and ask: “If they’re doing that, why can’t I?” 

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It’s a simple way to protect your bottom line against currency fluctuations. 

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When it came to leading a Major League baseball team, former Houston
Astros manager Larry Dierker pursued this simple philosophy: “My high
school coach used to say you can lead a horse to water but you can’t
make him drink. The first thing is to identify the ones that will drink.”   

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Your organization downsized last year, closed its telemarketing center
and hired an outside call center instead. This year, sales slumped 6
percent. Around the water cooler, folks are saying it’s because
“management” fired the experienced phone reps.

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 A spiral-bound notebook by your phone might help the other party “remember” the conversation.

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 Do you have personal motivation and the need for for support?

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Leaders stay levelheaded in the face of a crisis.
Instead of panicking, they grasp facts quickly and make order out of
chaos.
 

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