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BMD Editors

To round out your qualifications as a leader, you can fix almost any
personal defect. Proof: Citigroup executive and former U.S. Treasury
Secretary Robert Rubin. 

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Don’t make threats lightly, and don’t take them lightly.

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Renetta McCann worked her way from lowly media assistant to CEO of
media company Starcom North America chiefly by anticipating problems,
dealing superbly with people and persisting despite intense internal
competition.

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Q: I’m in the middle a dispute about a landscaping bill. The other day, someone from the landscaping company called my company and asked to speak to my boss. Is that legal? C.N., Glen Burnie, Md.

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With rumblings about the economy improving, you may feel pressure to beef up pay raises this year. New studies say, “Forget about it.”

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Napoleon Bonaparte didn’t like to answer letters. In fact, he would often wait 30 days before replying. (“If a response is still needed, I will write it then.”)

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Sure, leaders should be visionaries, communicators and goal-setters. But Pitney Bowes CEO Michael Critelli says they must be catalysts, too.

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Leaders often have to break out of the molds other people set for them, says leadership guru Warren Bennis. They have to invent themselves.

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Bill Parcells, who has already led three National Football League teams from mediocrity to excellence and is working on his fourth (the Dallas Cowboys), operates on three basic rules:

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