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Executive Leadership

Already well-known in the early days of the Civil War, James A.
Garfield received orders to report to Washington, D.C., and resume his
military duties after a serious illness.

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Widen your circle of potential new contacts by treating cold callers cordially.

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Stay ahead of your competition by having each team member monitor one of your competitors closely.

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Rate each employee on a scale of 1-to-10.

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Get the best from each person in meetings by pointing out when someone comes up with a great idea

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Ask participants to
come to the meeting with five productivity solutions or two
customer-related problems.

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James Brown, known as “The Godfather of Soul,” maintained a leadership
position in popular music for decades, probably even transcending his
death in December. Here are some of the career stratagems Brown passed
on to others in the industry:

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During the Alexandrian War, Julius Caesar needed to sail the Roman
fleet through a narrow sea channel that allowed only a few ships to
pass at a time. The enemy, a larger Alexandrian fleet, was on the other
side waiting.

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Abolitionist John Brown gave his own life and those of three sons in raids that helped touch off the Civil War.

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We realize that you can’t be a leader “on the rise” forever. But coasting once you hit your apex only ensures a swift decline.

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