Executive Leadership

View your decisions as a trial judge might:

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Tap into the young minds on your staff

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Ask your vendors to tell you how they can charge you less.

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New findings suggest that close-knit teams are often less competitive than teams in which camaraderie is weak. Sociologists at the University of California and elsewhere see some compelling reasons why friendly teams finish last:

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Harvard University President Lawrence Summers provides a lesson in what
not to do as a leader: alienate your people by telling them they’re
probably not genetically equipped to do their jobs.

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Lorraine Monroe’s life changed when a teacher encouraged her to run for
student office in the fourth grade. That began what was to become
Monroe’s lifelong affinity for leadership roles.

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Steve Demos, who once practiced Buddhism in a cave, started making tofu
in a bathtub and selling it at his tai chi class about 20 years ago. By
2001, his organic food company boasted the nation’s best-selling soy
milk: Silk.

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Anybody can excel at the tasks they love. People who rise to the top also excel at what they don’t love.

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Here are the top five smartest books on leadership, as chosen by Fortune magazine:

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If you’re chronically angry, take these four steps to turn your leadership from negative to positive:

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