Executive Leadership

Heed this wisdom

by Executive Leadership on November 1, 2006 6:30am

in Leaders & Managers

Heed this wisdom from EDS Chairman and CEO Dick Brown:

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Encourage creativity by instructing people to toss aside your instructions

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Stay current with technology by upgrading

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At a time when both partisanship and environmental problems have grown
nasty, consider how state Sen. Paula Dockery brokered a truce in
Florida’s water wars.

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After being beaten, whipped and hit in the head with a lead weight, Harriet Tubman swore she’d die free. And she did.

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Besides being the most talented, disciplined and mentally tough
professional golfer, add this to Tiger Woods’ list of attributes: He
adapts.

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Those who show little respect for other people’s time rarely
distinguish themselves as positive leaders, even if they occupy
positions of authority. To make sure you show that respect, review your skills in these three key areas:

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New survey data from NFI Research indicate that most senior executives
and managers rely on likability — that “good ol’ gut feeling” — when
hiring and promoting people. Bad move. Very bad move.

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Leadership guru Tom Peters doesn’t like MBA degrees. He calls them
“Masters of Paper Pushing” and suggests these other degrees, instead:

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Peter Gelb, the new general manager of New York’s Metropolitan Opera,
has announced reforms so radical that traditional opera-goers might
just drop their monocles.

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