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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There’s something about giving orders that makes most of us slightly uncomfortable if not downright queasy. But sometimes a situation makes it necessary to give a direct order to an employee and know that it will be carried out. Here’s how.

We  often think of “discipline” as “punishment.”  But it means more than that. Webster’s New World College Dictionary defines it as “training that develops self-control, character, or orderliness and efficiency.” Keeping this definition in mind can help you separate the myths about discipline from the realities.

The United States has several expedited screening programs for frequent fliers, and now’s the time to apply for one, says Zachary M. Seward, vice president of product and executive editor of Quartz. Check out the benefits of each of these four programs.

On Jan. 29, 2003, an explosion destroyed a West Pharmaceutical Services factory in Kinston, N.C. Along with six deaths and dozens of injuries at the plant, the resulting fire burned for two days. Donald Morel Jr., West’s then-CEO, was returning to the Philadelphia area from a business trip to New Jersey when he received the news. Morel rushed home, packed a bag and chartered a plane ...

"Our generation wants to feel like they’re a part of something and participating in a bigger success, not just clocking in and clocking out," says this 29-year-old leader. What's his key to attracting great people?
Here’s what all leaders should know—and take special note of two eye-opening statistics.
Success coach Robin Sharma counsels some of the most prosperous people in business. Here are seven of their secrets.
With 1 in 3 workers now over the age of 50, and a “brain drain” coming in which there are simply not enough younger people to fill jobs vacated by retirement, the time is now to boost older employees to maximum productivity as they segue slowly out of the company.
In the 1970s, executives favored a technique called SWOT analysis to think strategically. But SWOT is now outdated, and there's a more reliable way to devise strategy.
In her recent webinar, Marie McIntyre, Ph.D., outlined for the audience the most bone-headed mistakes leaders and managers make when it’s time to shake things up.
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