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Executive Leadership

You’ll encourage people who might join your organization one day.

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Stay in touch with former colleagues.

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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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