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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"I don’t need to proclaim anything," says Bruce Douglas, president of Education Dynamics. "I prefer to ask questions that will provoke thought. If you have good people, you can enlist them in helping you make good decisions."
How you react after making a mistake can establish you as an accountable stand-up employee—or a shirker who dodges responsibility.
Lifeway Foods' Julie Smolyansky learned a hard lesson when she misread her customers, but she made a bold move to correct it and came out on top.
NASA aims to create a “culture of innovation,” Jeri Buchholz, NASA’s assistant administrator for human capital management, told Federal News Radio. To that end, the space agency focuses on three strategies.

Even after becoming CEO of SAP, the world’s largest software firm, Bill McDer­­mott never stopped learning. He kept searching for ways to enhance his leadership.

Over Labor Day weekend, Frank Blake could finally relax. After seven hard-charging years as CEO of Home Depot, he had announced in August 2014 that he’d retire and his chosen successor, Craig Menear, would take over as CEO on Nov. 1. But on Tuesday morning, Blake was stunned to learn that Home Depot’s computers had been hacked ...
Stuart Reges, a principal lecturer at the University of Washington, has a rather unique (if exhausting) way to acknowledge his students' hard work.
You know what they say: The heart wants what it wants. If only it would stop wanting between nine and five. The story of Carl is a test case in dealing with quiet agony.

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.

Asked how to prepare for a football playoff, coach Craig Bohl recommends adopting a mindset he calls “one-and-done.” Bohl won his third consecutive FCS (NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision) national title when his North Dakota State team won its division in 2013. That makes Bohl, now the coach at Wyoming, college football’s leading expert on playoffs.

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