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Executive Leadership

Learn from the last samurai, Saigo Takamori, who’s still revered in Japan 120 years after his death for his courage, simplicity and fairness.

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In high-stakes negotiations, sitting across the table from your opponents ends the signal that you are enemies, not collaborators who are looking for solutions that meet both your needs.

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Employees are not seeing their share of record-setting corporate profits, prompting more and more to leave for greener pastures as the job market improves.

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Why should somebody do your bidding?

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Why does the world seem so full of spineless wimps who call themselves leaders?

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Take a few minutes to assess your people’s work environment.

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The colder it is outside, the more layers of clothing you don to stay warm.

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Sometimes, you need to provide lots of guidance to a newcomer who is tackling a task for the first time.

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Here’s what we mean:  “I like to do things backwards, so I’m going to start with questions.

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The owners of New Hope Communications in Colorado distribute feedback forms inside paycheck envelopes.

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