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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In the mid-1960s, when the EEOC was born, women held fewer than 10% of all executive, senior management and middle management jobs. Now it’s up to almost 40%.
It’s not enough to simply offer em­­ployees feedback. You have to provide feedback that they can put to use. If your feedback is up to snuff, you can honestly answer “True” to the following statements.
Teachers are some of the first “managers” people ever encounter. In honor of back-to-school season, here are five ideas worth borrowing from teachers for your own workplace.
A pioneer in molecular biology, Alexander Rich helped confirm the existence of DNA’s double helix, which opened doors to hybridization and biotechnology.
What do you do if you run a small company and you’re looking to grab market share from a dominant rival? Try staging a PR stunt.
At age 25, Peter Boni returned home after serving in Vietnam with the goal of becoming vice president of a Fortune 500 company within 10 years. How did this CEO do it in just eight?
One tool Lakshmi Narayanan has used to build teamwork is an affair called “annual day,” in which top performers come onstage and receive a trophy, often presented by a customer.
Max Levchin runs HVF, a company he founded in 2012 to invest in promising technology startups. Levchin, 39, previously co-founded the company that became PayPal. He has a net worth of $300 million. Thanks to an em­­ployee survey, Levchin learned that his workforce viewed him as in­­accessible. They wanted more opportunities to chat with him during the day ...
Over the past few years, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh has revolutionized the concept of management. But it’s an open question whether his most recent moves are for better or worse.

For professional growth, Twitter is a game-changer. Creating an effective profile is one of the best things you’ll do. Here are 10 tips.