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Executive Leadership

Here’s a new way of prioritizing your work as a thematic goal.

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One day, a factory owner had the misfortune of having one of his key
employees die. Not knowing what to do, the owner went to the employee’s
home, where the family invited him in.

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Harvard business professor Das Narayandas uses a case study to kick off
his Program for Leadership Development. But the answers he’s looking
for could come from any case study anywhere.

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Strive to improve employees’ job content and performance.

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When he was a student at West Point, William Tecumseh Sherman’s peers
regarded him as an excellent cook, particularly for the
bread-and-potato hash that he whipped up using the fireplace in his
room.

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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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