Executive Leadership

Last time, we gave you a midlevel guide to leadership strategy on Twitter. This time we’re going back to basics.

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Retired NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb credits his parents, Wilma and Sam, for instilling in him the ability to lead despite adversity.

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Like many CEOs, Ben Silbermann wants to increase the diversity of his workforce. But rather than take a half-hearted stab at attracting a wider range of job candidates, he has made a long-term commitment to results.

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Soon after Brad Garrett won the part of Ray Romano’s brother in the sitcom Every­­body Loves Raymond, he met Romano for the first time. He wasn’t impressed.

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The concept of “grit”—a combination of perseverance and passion that underlie a person’s success—has been floating around for some time.

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Once a bully, management advisor spent career flipping the script.

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Like most CEOs, Justin Wetherill understands that you get what you measure. But he also knows that some aspects of the business, such as hiring and motivating people, cannot be measured with precision.

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Are you productive? Many leaders introduce an irrational element into their thinking about whether they’re working smart.

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Henry Mucci didn’t mince words with his men. As leader of the U.S. Army 6th Ranger Battalion, Lt. Col. Mucci bluntly warned his 100+ troops that they could die on their next mission.

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As a top Caltech student, Adam Steltzner arrived to an interview with confidence, but ended up coming off as cocky.

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