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Executive Leadership

New Zealand is studying how to turn its scientists into business leaders who can take their innovations to international markets. In interviews with 31 business leaders, a government sponsored study found these transition points in the path of a leader:

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It may strike you as odd that someone could see fictional TV mobster Tony Soprano as a leader, even though his character is quite literally a “boss.”

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You never know when an emergency—appendicitis, a car accident—will strike while traveling on business. That’s why it’s a good idea to create a security folder, and keep it at work.

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Joe was a production supervisor who’d been with the organization for 20 years, was proud of its products and thwarted every danged request from customers to improve those products.

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You often hear that “Perfect is the enemy of the good,” and that “good enough is good enough.” But perfectionism does have its place.

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He may be a pompous windbag, but Donald Trump in “The Apprentice”  does provide a weirdly accurate playbook for aspiring leaders.

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A perfect life coach listens carefully, distills your goals and holds you to meeting them. That means much of the booming trade in life coaches is about time management: keeping you focusing on what matters.

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Bad news is a given, but how you deliver it is not.

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When your meeting drags on, focus attendees with this simple call to arms:

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Develop the habit of stating something significant or unique in the first sentence of all your letters, memos, reports and presentations.

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