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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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Here’s how a corporate recruiter would advise you to land a job as an executive in a public company:
After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, U.S. Gen. George C. Marshall called Dwight Eisenhower into his office and asked him: “What should our general line of action be?” A young general who had not yet seen war, Eisenhower knew that Marshall was trying to test his ability to handle greater responsibility.
He led a life so large, it easily could have split into several full lives. Here’s a taste of how Teddy Roosevelt led America into the 20th century:
When filmmaker Spike Lee saw that his cousin Malcolm showed promise as a screenwriter and director, he used his influence to help. But after that, Lee refused to micromanage his cousin’s career. Here’s how it worked:
A few weeks back, Daphne, who's had the same job title for more than 10 years, finally expressed an interest in applying for a higher-level position, and asked for your support. The only problem was that she had no real qualifications for the job ...

 

What's a "rankist"? Well, it's kind of what it sounds like—some­one who feels free to treat others with disrespect because of their lower rank in the hierarchy.
Flexible scheduling lets employees work hours that better suit their personal needs. At the same time, flextime is often a boon for employers as well.
People rarely leave their jobs unan­nounced. They may not use words, but in one way or another they nearly always signal their intention to leave.
When you work together, it's easy to become friends. When you become the manager, those relationships change.
An increase in laptop thefts—plus several new state laws on data-theft disclosure— are causing employers to establish tougher security policies for employees’ laptops, PDAs and other tech devices.
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