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Leaders & Managers

From the nitty gritty of daily management to addressing your aspirations of leadership, this section for leaders & managers tells you how to make strong leadership decisions, build effective teams, delegate and stay above the everyday management muddle.

Get tips, strategies, tool and advice on: performance reviews, preventing workplace violence, best-practices leadership, team building, leadership skills, people management and management training.

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As a junior at the University of Florida, first-team All-American Abby Wambach attended a coveted camp for the nation’s best under-21 soccer players. At the camp, she played against a women’s professional league and performed well. Or so she thought.
When you want something badly, skip the passivity. Pull the strings to maximize your odds of success.
There’s not always time for detailed analysis before you make a decision. But that doesn’t mean you should just flip a coin and hope for the best. Good quick decisions come from thinking ahead.
Now that we live in an age of trolls, every leader needs to handle insults. It’s something Apple’s Steve Jobs demonstrated 20 years ago.
When he’s not sure if he’s on target in assessing a situation, leadership guru John Maxwell asks himself six questions.
Grant employees autonomy and you free up time to focus on your priorities. However, just make sure your employees are capable of self-managing—that is, they have the willpower and mastery to take control of their own work. Follow these tips.
Filmmaker Lynn Novick, together with Ken Burns, has made some of the best documentaries of our time, most famously The Civil War. With the release of their new documentary, The Vietnam War, Novick offers three distinct insights on leadership.
Nat Greene was stumped. “I had been trained not to guess, and when one stops guessing, real problem-solving begins,” he says.
Ari Rastegar, 35, is founder of Rastegar Equity Partners, a Dallas, Tex.-based private equity commercial real estate investment firm. Executive Leadership: How have you evolved as a leader? Rastegar: Early in my career, I was a control freak. And I used to have a lot of anxiety. I was stressed out all the time. I […]
For years, Sheryl Sandberg handled employees’ mistakes by following standard procedure: Identify the key participants, meet with them and assess to what extent they take responsibility for their error. While there’s nothing wrong with that strategy, it has its limits.
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