Executive Leadership

Jed Ortmeyer kept playing hockey while his family begged him to stop.

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If others are making claims designed to keep you from testing their validity, you’ll know that defensive thinking is going on.

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When others seek your guidance, shine the spotlight on them.

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For Julie Sweet, talking works better than writing—at least when she’s trying to connect with employees.

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Elizabeth Holmes used her charisma and sales skills to woo reporters into writing fawning profiles. But then her image as a visionary started to crumble.

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When you’re trying to cram in that “one more thing,” consider whether you’re actually driving yourself or your people crazy.

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Ralph Branca received death threats for “the shot heard round the world,” but there was one moment of grace after that blow.

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Determined to reverse the downhill spiral, Popeyes CEO Cheryl Bachelder revamped the culture.

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Emotionally intelligent leaders are, above all, self-aware in the best possible way.

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The tendency to credit team leaders for a group’s success—and blame them for a group’s failure—is often misguided.

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