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Executive Leadership

Here’s how things stood in 1933: The jobless rate in America hit 25
percent. Business investment choked. Banks defaulted. Totalitarianism
swept the globe.

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According to the best available estimates from both the Union and
Confederate armies during the Civil War, an officer had a 15 percent
higher chance of being killed in battle than an enlisted man. And a
general’s chance of being killed in battle: about 50 percent higher.

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An adoring crowd mobbed the political hero from Illinois and welcomed him with three resounding cheers, and then three more.

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Settling on a walkaway point in negotiations seems easy if you’re
working in a stable environment. But what if your options run better or
worse? In turbulent conditions, winning can mean improving your
capacity to observe and respond.

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If you’re lucky enough to have young geniuses in your stable who “buzz
with ideas,” pay attention. You may be onto the next big thing.

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David Fincher, the movie director notorious for Seven and Fight Club, learned early to let criticism roll off his back.

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Tap the power of peer-to-peer mentoring by meeting regularly with the head of another department or organization.

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Create a “brag bag,” a
running collection of stories about your work accomplishments and
interests.

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Here’s a new way of prioritizing your work as a thematic goal.

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One day, a factory owner had the misfortune of having one of his key
employees die. Not knowing what to do, the owner went to the employee’s
home, where the family invited him in.

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