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When confronted with a labor-intensive project, it can help to remember the systems developed by Gioacchino Rossini,
the Italian composer who could write an opera in 30 days or less
without compromising quality.

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Playground bullies don’t go away after we grow up, says former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.

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Apply these leadership tips from Bill Gates.

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When the pressure is on, your team will watch you intently to gauge
your confidence level. Your attitude will influence how confident your
team members feel about themselves.

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 Eleanor Roosevelt set the standard for today’s strong, visible first lady. But she had help along the way from at least two mentors.

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As your responsibilities increase, you reach a point at which you can’t
personally gather all the information you need to make critical
decisions. You have to delegate some information-gathering
responsibility to others.

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Effective leaders know that some decisions require time, while others must be made on the spot.

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Here’s one of several: “Don’t accept a job or stay there unless you have an understanding with
your boss that you’re free to say what you think “with the bark off,”
and you have the courage to do it.”

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  Take a tip from IBM’s Louis Gerstner.

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You’ve now got the staff to do the work you once did yourself, but you’ve been a workhorse for so long that you don’t know how to steer the team.

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