Executive Leadership

John Weston served as CEO for Automatic Data Processing from 1982 to 1998. Reflecting on his career, he finds that motivating people means lavishing them with positive attention.

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A barn on Kevin Eikenberry’s farm is still going strong after more than 100 years, a reminder that when you build something right, it lasts.

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Golfer Jordan Spieth hates to lose more than he loves to win, and it’s working out.

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The best leaders have the ability to lead, listen and provide meaningful responses.

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Terry St. Marie tells the story of making service calls with a cable guy named, yes, Larry.

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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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