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Executive Leadership

When (a) you can’t lead, or (b) there’s nobody else to blame, it’s time for you to go.

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Adolf Hitler was not only an evil leader, he was an inefficient one, too.

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Success might be hard to predict, but failure isn’t. You will fail if you fall into any of these three traps:

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The elder John Thompson—the Georgetown University basketball coach who
turned his team into a juggernaut in the 1970s and ’80s—kept his
players from harm both on and off the court.

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Conduct exit interviews personally to obtain firsthand knowledge about your organization.

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Han Xiao, as a U.S. Olympic hopeful in table tennis, labors in the same
obscurity and psychological power games as a chess champion. But he
also demonstrates some of the purest characteristics of leaders
everywhere.

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Jane Goodall loves to tell stories describing what chimpanzees are up
to near her research center at Gombe, in East Africa. But, as the top
primatologist of her generation, Goodall also was the first to use a
standardized and quantitative format for collecting data.

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Handle Q&A overload more effectively by giving the audience your e-mail address.

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Show the courage to kill unprofitable projects before they go too far.

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Get superior results from your teams by keeping membership fluid.

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