Leaders & Managers

From the nitty gritty of daily management to addressing your aspirations of leadership, this section for leaders & managers tells you how to make strong leadership decisions, build effective teams, delegate and stay above the everyday management muddle.

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Top leaders connect with others easily, emphasizing shared interests and minimizing resistance. Try these techniques to communicate better with colleagues.

Wayne Goldberg knows the hotel business. He's president and CEO of La Quinta Holdings, a Texas-based chain with roughly 7,000 employees. "I make it clear when speaking to our hourly employees that I’ve been an hourly employee," he says. "I’ve been a maintenance person, I’ve worked in the laundry. There isn’t a job I haven’t done."

Here’s a sampler from 35 questions leaders should ask themselves and their teams.

Time doesn’t organize itself. That’s your job. To squeeze the most out of every minute, scrutinize your workday. Follow these guidelines.

Leaders don’t shy away from filling a need simply because they don’t know precisely how they’ll do it.  Part of leadership is figuring out how.
Fewer than 10% of executive leaders are pleased with how they spend their time. The rest fall down in four ways.

Years ago, Steve McClatchy worked at a company that put him in charge of getting everyone to show up on time for a weekly meeting. His job was to set the agenda, lead the meeting and assign project teams. But there was one problem: Few treated the meetings seriously ...

Being asked to be someone’s mentor can be flattering—and perhaps a bit scary. When considering the prospect, think about these four issues.

In 2004, Lego was losing roughly $1 million a day. The once-legendary Danish toy maker was on the brink of collapse. It hired a new CEO, Jorgen Vig Knud­­storp, who quickly drew two conclusions: the company needed to cut costs dramatically and start delivering products that customers actually wanted.

In 1962, editors at the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists judged that the world was perilously close to a nuclear holocaust. It was at this moment that physicist Freeman Dyson, a visionary in math to medicine, weighed in on bomb shelters ...
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