Executive Leadership

In 16 years at the Daily Show, Jon Stewart helped launch the careers of many comedians.

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Former Hartford CEO trusted his instincts to turn company around.

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Topps executive left a lasting legacy on American youngsters.

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As a leader, you have a choice: Take the high road or the low road.

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Bringing a team closer together often means finding ways to make everyone get along. But sometimes, a leader en­­courages certain people not to get along.

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When you’re in charge, you can monopolize a meeting. It’s easy to ramble and veer from the agenda as the chair of the proceedings.

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Over 30 years, Richard Lindenmuth has swooped into troubled organizations as an interim CEO. Trained to produce quick turnarounds, he has a successful track record of reviving companies such as ITT and Styrotek.

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Smart negotiators know how to turn po­tential adversaries to allies. That often requires ratcheting down the tension to make others feel comfortable taking a risk.

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After a Korean Air flight pulled away from the gate on its way from New York to South Korea, a flight attendant made a minor error in serving a first-class passenger.

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During the 2002 baseball season, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim fell into a slump. Mike Scioscia, the manager, brought his team together by leveling with them.

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