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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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Just as the coach of a losing team can be the force that keeps players giving their all down to the last second of the game, managers have an opportunity to make a significant impact on how their employees perceive times of challenge—even when the company chips are down.
Sherry Lansing was in a bind. A prominent film producer in the 1980s, Lansing fell for a script about a love affair gone awry. And she desperately wanted to make the movie.
“My approach to leadership is to trust people to do their job and be hands-off... It’s all about trusting people to manage themselves and manage their output.”
Don’t be thrown for a loop when you are asked to present on a topic unexpectedly. Instead, follow this advice.
You’ve heard it hundreds of times: Praise employees to reinforce desired action or effort. But there’s a right and wrong way to compliment someone.
The highlight of engineering firm Burns & McDonnell’s Principals Day is when the CEO presents a specific business problem to the 120-year-old company’s top employees and gives them one hour to come up with five potential solutions.
If you’ve been at it a long time, and you have loads of knowledge to share, follow this advice to build your stature as an industry expert.
Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger gained fame by remaining calm under extreme duress. Reflecting on his childhood, Sully credits his father for it.
While filming “Up in the Air,” Anna Kendrick struggled to maintain her confidence and sense of belonging. In one sentence George Clooney provided reassurance in spades.
To give a truly rousing pep talk that motivates your employees and spurs them to action, researchers Jacqueline and Milton Mayfield at Texas A&M International University say the most successful talks contain these three elements.
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