Executive Leadership

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Don’t trust easy answers. The best response to a troubling question is often another question … or lots of them.

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Keep your team’s production high by determining why you’ve stopped assigning important projects to certain people.

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Make your job easier by finding out what personal and professional goals drive your people.

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The beauty of no-fault auto insurance is that everybody shoulders some
of the responsibility and takes care of their own damage. Nobody wastes
time pointing fingers. Nobody has to hire lawyers or sue. They exchange information, file claims and what’s broken is fixed. The same goes for leading any enterprise.

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Induce people to buy into a detailed plan by boiling it down into digestible bits. Here’s how:

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Conventional wisdom holds that most leaders were “C” students. If
that’s true, then they should pay attention to what the “A” students
are saying.

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Without benefit of education or connections, Clarence Avant used
mentors to climb to the top of the pop music business … and then became
a mentor himself.

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Baby boomers knew Frank Perdue by his advertising slogan: “It takes a tough man to make a tender chicken.” The guy even looked like a chicken. Frank Perdue really believed his chickens were better than anybody else’s. And he made sure they were.

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A third-year law student at the College of William & Mary,
25-year-old Anne Sommers is shaping up as a force to be reckoned with.

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