Executive Leadership

Reflecting on his decade as CEO of IBM, Sam Palmisano gains some valuable insights on leadership.

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To figure out whether your goals are best served by a meeting, look at the alternatives. Can the work be accomplished other ways? Do you have clear goals for the meeting? Will the right people be there? Are you prepared?

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When you’re feuding with a colleague, your brain interprets the situation and spits out a story. You come away with an internal narrative—a beginning, middle and end that characterizes the conflict in your head.

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Productivity consultant David Allen, author of Getting Things Done, describes what he calls “the strategic value of clear space.”

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Retired Lt. Gen. Frank Kearney was deputy commander for the U.S. Special Operations Command. The three-star general helped oversee 62,000 people with a $10 billion budget.

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Mark Newman, founder and CEO of HireVue, says these steps will help you as a leader.

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If you lead an organization with a storied past, use that past to inspire your team. Cite the ex­­cep­­­tional leadership that preceded you.

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Jack Ma is China’s richest man. He’s founder of Alibaba, an e-commerce titan that’s expanding into a global brand.

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As CEO of Deloitte, a global consulting firm, Cathy Engelbert doesn’t gloss over the challenges of her job. Instead, she’s refreshingly blunt about it.

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A presentation expert gives these tips on how to captivate your audience in public and in meetings.

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