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Executive Leadership

Part of the beauty of achieving success is the freedom to control your own life. Oprah Winfrey turns out to be on the same journey as everyone else: trying to get everything done.

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To bond with people on a human level, you need to communicate more fully—and reveal more of yourself in the process.

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“During the Great Recession in 2008 and 2009, we had about 18 employees. We went through the entire financial crisis without laying off anyone.”

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“When you lose a dear friend, it’s painful. But I felt the quicker, the better. ”

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It’s not enough to hire stars. Once they’re aboard, you must create the right environment to maximize their performance.

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Conflict intensifies when groups seek to innovate or navigate organizational change. That’s why it’s critical to lead with questions—to explore rather than lecture and argue. Follow these tips.

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Employees who reach their potential need the space to thrive. If you micromanage them, they may stop making decisions, suggesting ideas and taking prudent risks.

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Overconfidence arises because people are often blind to their own blindness. A good sense of intuition is learned from prolonged experience with clear feedback on mistakes.

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When the opportunity arises to negotiate your compensation package, avoid these three pitfalls if you want to meet your objectives.

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Charles R. Schwab, billionaire and legend in low-cost investing who managed to become a household name, has this advice to investors just starting out.

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Mentors contribute their skills, expertise and experience as a gift. They may also wield their influence to open doors for mentees to gain career opportunities. What’s in it for the mentor?

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Even if people are not as rational as we’d hope, there are steps we can take to mitigate our biases. 

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Almost all business leaders, even loners, recognize the benefits of collaboration. They realize that the best ideas come from group input, both inside and outside the organization. It took Procter & Gamble a long time to see the light. 

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A top New York City real estate agent, Fredrik Eklund has negotiated deals with billions. He’s learned to take steps to exert subtle control over the process.

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Here’s some advice on prepping for a video interview from Tom Johnson, head of corporate communications for a consulting firm.

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Even after decades of progress, women say they have to work harder than men to get ahead. Salary negotiation is a case in point.

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7 tools to check out.

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“If you’re being critical, then don’t talk about it in terms of failure. Instead, reframe it as an opportunity for lessons learned or positive steps to take in the future.”

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Qantas faced numerous challenges in the late 2000s but did not go belly up. Instead, CEO Alan Joyce launched an ambitious turnaround plan. 

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With so many of us looking at our smartphones, it’s almost quaint to have a face-to-face conversation. Yet there’s no replacement for looking into someone’s eyes and establishing a bond.

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