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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.

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Use these job-related questions and statements to help predict how well — or poorly — a job candidate will perform:
Like everybody else, leaders can subconsciously allow their greatest strengths to become their greatest weaknesses.
Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison, working at hard labor in a quarry, with a floor for a bed and a bucket for a toilet. He was allowed one visitor a year — for a half-hour — one exchange of letters every six months.
The next time you have to deliver bad news about cutbacks or even just a change in procedure, take some cues from Franklin D. Roosevelt, who told the nation via radio in 1942 that it had to accept severe rationing and higher taxes to support the World War II effort.
When clothing retailer Sy Syms founded Syms in 1959, he gained a competitive edge simply by doing things sooner than his competitors.
Career-development specialist Herminia Ibarra has this message for high-level professionals in search of new livelihoods: Stop thinking about it and just do it!
To be a leader — even a relentlessly perky one — you must be yourself.
If you’ve ever wondered whether you cave in to higher-ups too easily — often conscripting your people to do too much work in the process — look for these warning signs:
We don’t know a whole lot about the modest childhood of Stephen Decatur, the youngest man to serve as a captain in the fledgling U.S. Navy. But Decatur had a heck of a mother.
Lance Armstrong wants you to know that life holds no guarantees.
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