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Executive Leadership

Ask, “Is there anything I can do for you?”during demanding periods.

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Sometimes it’s hard to absorb how two leaders in the same field can
have such different leadership styles. Take these two female aviation
pioneers:

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Earlier this year, Howard Schultz, top dog at coffeehouse megachain
Starbucks, sent a memo to his executives warning that the company’s
growth had moved it too far from its core business: coffee.

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Every leader can develop 20/20 vision after an opportunity has passed. It’s focusing on the future that’s important.

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Three questions that precede “The Hard Stuff”

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Be a pragmatic leader who uses the resources currently available.

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During his wars in Africa, Julius Caesar knew that his troops would
come face-to-face with an enemy they had never seen before: cavalry
riding on elephants, not horses. It posed three problems for his
soldiers:

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People define quiet leaders by what they’re not. They’re not making
big-deal decisions. They’re not at the top of the food chain. They
don’t take the spotlight. They view themselves modestly and, often, not
as leaders.

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Five things you should know about positive reinforcement:

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A ship is divided into watertight compartments, which can be opened or
closed to keep the ship afloat if one part suffers damage. Sir William
Osler, the famous Canadian physician, used that principle to form an
effective action philosophy:

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