Executive Leadership

More than five years after the death of Steve Jobs, Tim Cook has come into his own as CEO of one of the world’s most visible and valuable companies.

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“You have to be clear as a leader what your expectations are and how you will hold people accountable.”

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Preparing to deliver a big speech? Rather than just visualize yourself succeeding, practice well to gain confidence.

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One bold comment changed George Marshall’s life.

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Underestimating a crisis can upend a leader’s best intentions. Just ask the CEO of the biggest food and beverage company in the world.

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Known for a stare as sharp as two drill bits, Tennessee women’s basketball head coach Pat Summitt never mellowed until near the end of her career as the winningest basketball coach in NCAA history.

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The key to rescheduling is not being a jerk.

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The best leaders are willing to engage in honest self-assessment and adjust their behavior accordingly. Evaluate your level of awareness by asking yourself these questions.

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We’ve all experienced a truly quirky leader and lived to tell about it. Try not to be any of these.

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When you manage a team, you’re entering into a relationship of mutual dependence. What you say and do will determine the team’s success.

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