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Executive Leadership

Even after President Richard Nixon’s historic arrival in mainland China
in 1972, he wasn’t certain that he’d meet Communist Party Chairman Mao
Tse-tung. The Chinese leader was seriously ill, and Nixon had received
no invitation in advance.

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Introduce your ideas and ask for criticism.

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Show that you’re more concerned with finding solutions than assigning blame

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Ask yourself some of the same questions you’d ask a candidate who’s applying for an important position.

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Profit from this lesson from legendary Boston Celtics coach, general manager and president Red Auerbach

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Help your people protect sensitive data stored on small USB drives

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Dig beneath

by Executive Leadership on January 1, 2007 12:00am

in Leaders & Managers

Dig beneath the “We already tried that and it failed” criticism of new ideas

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Start meetings on a positive note with a quick statement of purpose.

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Think you’ve got no time during the holidays for recruiting, and that nobody’s looking for work, anyway? Wrong! December and early January may be among the best times to hire, says Right Management Consultants VP
Katherine Ponds.

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A couple of buddies who owned a mediocre ball club in
New York called the Yankees and asked their manager, Miller Huggins,
what he needed to contend for a championship in 1920. His answer: Babe
Ruth.

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