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Executive Leadership

Politics, in support of common goals, can be an asset to any leader.

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Here’s a leadership story from former Coca-Cola President Jack Stahl
that shows no law says you have to let departing employees go.

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Bring together top performers from different locations and divisions within your organization.

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In this era of “celebrity CEOs,” it’s useful to remember that
skill—actual competence in leading people in the job at hand—counts for
something.

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Back when Bill Gates headed Microsoft, he served as the master
strategist while Steve Ballmer worked as the tactical field marshal.

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Peter Diamandis wants to change the world through his X Prize
Foundation, a nonprofit that promotes innovation through competitions.
What he has is the “vision thing,” so elusive and yet so vital to
leadership.

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Here are two unusual reasons why you should encourage team members who are on “hot” winning streaks.

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Posing a wacky idea can start a team thinking creatively. When a client
presented advertising genius George Lois with the problem of how to get
people talking about the New York Nets, he suggested giving a jockstrap
to every man, woman and child who attended a game.

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Your employees look to you as an example of integrity. If they doubt it, there goes any loyalty or extraordinary effort.

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Maintain good relationships with people on the other side of negotiations.

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