Executive Leadership

Renetta McCann, CEO of the marketing and advertising giant Starcom
MediaVest Group, warns women to be prepared for isolation and
loneliness when reaching a position of leadership.

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On Dec. 4, 2003, The New York Times ran Katharine Sergava’s obituary. Unfortunately — at least for the Times — Ms. Sergava was alive and living in Florida at the time.

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Earn people’s trust by asking them to describe their activities, using simple who, what, why, when and how questions like these:

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Baseball giant Roberto Clemente could be irascible with the press, but
he merely shunned pretense. Aside from his prowess as a Baseball Hall
of Fame outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1955 until his death
in 1972, Clemente served as a leader on and off the field.

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Many managers are too busy “doing their jobs” to worry about keeping their best people. Well, they should worry.

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With about 10 percent of professors at top U.S. business schools now
hailing from India, a new, Eastern feeling has started wafting through
the American marketplace.

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Afraid that seeking advice will make you look weak? Here’s the case
study of a guy who needed advice, sought it and put it to work:

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The leadership styles of college basketball coaches Bobby “The General”
Knight and Mike “Coach K” Krzyzewski couldn’t be further apart.

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It’s something you’d use only rarely, but asking for a vote of confidence is one arrow in your quiver of leadership tactics.

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Energize your people by helping them connect the dots

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