Executive Leadership

Early in her career, Dalyla Santos found herself managing people at a big law firm in Orlando, Fla. But the newly minted lawyer wasn’t sure what to do.

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If you begin a difficult conversation in a fretful frame of mind, you’re already in trouble. Your anxiety may lead you to say or do things that make matters worse.

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What does a window washer have to tell a high-powered exec? More than he was expecting.

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No British rider had ever won the Tour de France when Brailsford took over Team Sky, Great Britain’s professional bicycling team, in 2010. But Brailsford had a simple strategy for success.

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Does mixed martial arts star Ronda Rousey agree with Sports Illustrated’s title “the world’s most dominant athlete”?

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Authenticity: It’s serious business. By showing self-awareness, openness and integrity, great leaders motivate followers.

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Using a practice called “shine theory,” a group of female leaders in the early Obama administration did just this.

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You’ve been trying to keep up with new orders and even add capacity. Then your boss gets word that you’re losing your biggest customer.

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Stephen Knopik knew that the one thing his boss hated more than anything else is defaulting on a bank loan. But one day, he had to break the news that the company was in hock to a bank.

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For decades, employers have lulled their workforce into expecting measly but predictable pay increases every year. But that’s changing.

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