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Executive Leadership

CEOs like to follow well-established practices to operate efficiently and pursue strategy. From using organizational charts to tracking key performance indicators, they favor certain structures to impose order.

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Rob Hale, founder and CEO of Quincy, Mass.-based Granite Telecommunications, often insists that his company has the best customer service in the telecommunications industry. He backs it up by setting high standards and educating employees about his favorite measures—and why they matter so much.

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Courage is contagious. When you lead with bravery and selflessness, others will follow suit. Consider how Douglas Munro’s heroism affected his mother.

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No matter how emotionally intelligent we think we are, situations will test us. Try to put these tips into practice when your anger mounts.

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Four years into the job, the CEO of a chain of day care centers had revitalized the company’s finances, but his verbal gaffes threatened to drive away customers and staff.

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During their first game together on October 12, 1979, legendary star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and dazzling rookie Magic Johnson weren’t sure what to expect from each other. But they found out soon enough.

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If your job involves delivering bad news to employees, the blowback can sting. The simple act of communicating something awful can wreak havoc on your emotions.

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As a 17-year-old, Dan Ariely suffered burns over 70 percent of his body in an accident. His willingness to look past his dread of reliving his own horrific experiences has enriched his life in myriad ways.

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Take this quiz to see how transparent you are as a leader.

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Maryam Mirzakhani’s work on complex curved surfaces was deeply theoretical, boldly original and of untold future importance.

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