Executive Leadership

People still see male leaders in a different way than they see female leaders, ongoing research indicates.

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Find out what people are saying about your organization.

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Save time and effort by not trying to convert everyone to your viewpoint.

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Show your people that you value them by displaying photos of them on the job.

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Granite Rock, maker of natural stone products, doesn’t accept product
returns. Yet, the Watsonville, Calif.-headquartered company pleases
every customer. How is that possible?

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Notre Dame University football coach Charlie Weis met in September with a very sick 10-year-old named Montana Mazurkiewicz. Weis asked the boy if he could do anything for him. He asked to call Notre Dame’s first play in Saturday’s game.

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You may not realize it, but you use physical signals to “read” people’s
thoughts. You often can tell if people are lying to you, for example. As you listen to their words, also listen for:

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Force-feed your creative thinking by following science fiction writer Ray Bradbury’s formula:

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Streamline your efficiency by catering to your “angels”

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World War II news correspondent Ernie Pyle showed an extraordinary
ability to write about the average GI’s thoughts, feelings and
experiences.

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