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Executive Leadership

Wise leaders would never sit by while hackers broke into the organization’s computers and stole vital data.

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Health insurance premiums are growing at double-digit rates each year.

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Ray Gilmartin faced a daunting task in 1994 when he signed on as president and CEO of Merck & Co.

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In 1963, John F. Kennedy went to West Berlin and declared that, while freedom comes hard and democracy isn’t perfect, “We have never had to put a wall up to keep our people in.”


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To maintain your leadership position, ask yourself the following hard-edged questions posed by leadership wise men Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan.

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Toiling away at the Gotham Bar and Grill for 19 years, Alfred Portale produced something else besides his own three-star restaurant in Manhattan: He taught the rigors of fine cooking to eight other great chefs, who went on to create their own highly rated restaurants.

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It’s difficult to imagine today, but when General Motors put its new Corvette on national tour in 1953, the car fell flat in the marketplace.

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One way to hang onto your lead is to maintain the pressure after a surprise attack. Here’s a schoolyard stunt that illustrates the point:

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No matter how great you think you are, some things about you drive your people crazy.

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Cultivate the habit of asking “What went right?” after successes as often as you ask “What went wrong?” after setbacks.

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