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Executive Leadership

When a legal crisis erupts, your organization will rely heavily on an attorney.

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The Talmud, an ancient Jewish text, tells us that everything we do affects everyone around us. This story illustrates the point:

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Buddhists believe that the greatest masters of pottery, Kung Fu and other arts never forget how they felt on the day they began their studies. Here’s how to adapt that “beginner’s mind” to leadership:

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Benjamin Franklin was already a successful businessman, inventor and politician when he arrived in London in the decade before the Revolutionary War. But he was about to risk everything, unwittingly, by misreading what his customers—Pennsylvania colonists—wanted.

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Leadership researcher Robert Hogan says two-thirds of the people in leadership positions in the Western world will fail. “They will then be fired, demoted or kicked upstairs,” says Hogan.

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Don’t go to college reunions, says David Bell. Plan to stay home.

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In his new book, Death by Meeting, Patrick Lencioni actually argues for more meetings than you hold right now: daily five-minute updates, weekly tactical reviews, monthly strategy sessions and quarterly, off-site idea festivals.

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While other hotel companies have floundered since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, Marriott has prospered. The reason? Marriott coddles its customers and squeezes its partners.

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What sets you apart as somebody who means business is having goals plus the will to meet them. A perfect example: Army Capt. David Rozelle, who lost a foot in Iraq but is bent on returning himself to fighting trim … and to war.

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And now, a cautionary tale in the form of Spencer Stuart headhunter Dennis Carey, who wooed and promoted his protégé, Marie-Caroline von Weichs, then fired her when she dumped him and now finds himself in the middle of an ugly—and very public—lawsuit.

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