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Executive Leadership

Bud Bilanich, an executive coach and business consultant, believes that
effective leaders possess a “Career Power Star” with five points:

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When Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck produced his film The Lives of Others, he inspired the film’s composer, Gabriel Yared, by presenting a highly unusual goal.

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At first glance, it would seem that Dennis Kucinich, a 5-foot-7,
60-year-old vegan, is out of his mind to run for president again.

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Moroccan native and self-proclaimed radical Sanaa Hamri likes to push
boundaries, and she has done just that in directing music videos of pop
stars.

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It’s a rare bird who can both save a dying company and make it grow.

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Building power by deceiving others, even in small ways, is false leadership, which in the end will only bring any leader down.

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You know the basics, but here are three subtle ways to give feedback without crushing people’s spirits:

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Baby-boomer researcher Ken Dychtwald says the following two traits of
mature people explain why they make excellent job candidates:

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Retired Army Gen. William A. Cohen offers seven facts you need to know before you can start leading.

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Phil Rosenzweig, professor at the International Institute for
Management Development in Switzerland, warns against halos, or a
version of the “halo effect” that clouds our thinking about leadership.

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