Executive Leadership

Fail big … Look hard at the United States’ true business climate … Go down a quick checklist before you lay down to sleep.

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David Novak learned an important lesson from John Calipari, a top college basketball coach. Novak is the chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands and Calipari is University of Kentucky’s head coach.

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Here are three points of advice from Dal LaMagna, the guy who launched more than a dozen businesses, sold Tweezerman to J.A. Henckels, and now is CEO of countertop manufacturer IceStone.

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Lynn Tilton, founder of Patriarch Partners, runs about 75 companies with total annual revenue of $8 billion. She’s a rare breed: a self-made female billionaire. Tilton, 55, didn’t rise to the top by holding back. She has no trouble asserting herself among high-powered men.

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To think strategically, you need to pose the right questions. Mobilizing your team to come up with the right answers turns everyone into strategic thinkers.

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If you don’t like what you hear, it’s tempting to pick a fight. But that rarely brings opposing parties closer together.

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Every organization has a personality, say two leadership consultants who offer this advice for building leaders at every level.

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In America, 62% are unhappy with the state of the nation. In England that number is 55%, and in Italy, 90%. But truthfully, we’re living in a golden age.

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During a commencement speech he gave at MIT, Drew Houston shared two points of advice he would give to his younger self.

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To maximize games, involve em­­ployees in design and implementation. Staffers are more apt to embrace the game if they play a role in creating it.

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