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And if you can't pass one or two, don't despair: Each strategy can be embraced, starting today.
LEAD JASON ATEN
You can't change a company by going back to more of the same.
LEAD BILL MURPHY JR.
"Well, you've given me some things to think about..."
LEAD RACHEL NYARADZO ADAMS
Clearly defining and auditing your values every two to three years can help ensure your actions match your principles and standards.
LEAD MARCEL SCHWANTES
Habits that nobody seems to want to have these days.
LEAD NICHOLAS SONNENBERG
Sometimes breaking the rules is the best way to move forward.
Meetings are more expensive than you might think and there are four simple ways to reduce their cost.
LEAD DEBORAH GRAYSON RIEGEL
All of us can be better and do better than what we were born with.
A classic movie line from Yoda of Star Wars fame could hold the secret to your leadership success.
Twitter has plenty of problems, but this isn't solving any of them.
LEAD TOMMY MELLO
He was incredibly talented, but his teammate didn't trust him... until he did this.
LEAD JESSICA STILLMAN
Want to tell more captivating, persuasive stories about you and your business? An Oscar-winner has a suggestion.
Heck, they'd been talking about the "edit" button since the first Obama term.
Country roads, take me home.
There is a place and time for this leadership trait but leaders first have to get over their own fears.
Subtle practices that will be virtually invisible to most people.
LEAD JUSTIN BARISO
The key to lasting influence isn't trickery or manipulation. It's empathy.
Get people comfortable and talking with these unexpected but fun icebreakers from a professional group facilitator.
LEAD STACEY EPSTEIN
When imposter syndrome sets in, shush your self-doubt and accept that you know what you're doing.
LEAD JAY STEINFELD
Building up the accomplishments of your team will bring real satisfaction.
Science reveals how to make facts, logic and reasoning even more convincing.
LEAD NICK HOBSON
He's no Nostradamus, but maybe this time is different.
There are no great ways to tell people they don't have a job. This is one of the worst.
LEAD BHARAT KANODIA
Work hard, be ready, be dependable.
New data shows what good leaders are doing to help employees struggling with burnout and decreased well-being.
Simple, sure. But also extremely effective. For any leader.
There's no such thing as neutral anymore.
To reap the rewards, you've got to take some risks.
LEAD PATRICK FLESNER
Avoid playing the role of a victim, persecutor or rescuer. Instead, take ownership and make the required changes.
LEAD ALISON GREEN
Should I recuse myself or push for them to be hired?
LEAD JON FOSTER-PEDLEY
Four big-picture thinking skills will help you up your strategic game and achieve your dreams.
Because 'fair' doesn't mean 'equal', especially if you hope to improve employee retention and boost overall performance.
6 Signs an Employee Is Ready to Be a Manager
Before you hire or promote that person into a management role, make sure they have these attributes.
LEAD DEBRA ROBERTS
How you connect with your customers and employees makes all the difference.
Skills that we have seen demonstrated by executives from Microsoft, General Motors and Best Buy.
LEAD MINDA ZETLIN
He first considered an IPO: 'What a disaster that would have been.'
Old formulas for motivating employees aren't working anymore. This simple but powerful framework can help.
LEAD DAVE KERPEN
Top female execs share their secrets
LEAD MARTIN ZWILLING
With the advent of 'big-data', is there still room for intuition and emotion in business decision-making?
LEAD MOSHE ENGELBERG
Are you non-stop busy and loving it?
Google execs should look to the 50-100-500 rule and take a good long look in the mirror.
LEAD NUALA WALSH
These straightforward rules will help you communicate efficiently and effectively.
LEAD ROBIN CAMAROTE
Working across your organization is the key skill you need to be building now to be successful later.
Lessons from Epictetus that resonate today.
In business, success is often more about understanding and leading people than interpreting factual data.
LEAD KELLY MAIN
The brilliantly simple strategy to build strong connections quickly.
'Why is the person in that car yelling at me?'
Want to be a better manager or leader? Learn this invaluable lesson of emotional intelligence, courtesy of Maya Angelou.
'Thanks for understanding'.
A clinical psychologist and founder offers tweet-length explanations of some of the most useful concepts in her field.
LEAD DARRAH BRUSTEIN
Unpacking the key elements to success.
LEAD JOEL COMM
Arming your workforce with the skills they'll need – now and for the future – better prepares your business for turbulent times.
LEAD ALEX BUDAK
No need to wait for tomorrow, you can start right here, right now.
There's the hard way and the easy way. I prefer the easy way.
How blending excellence with experience and function with form, can transcend utility to make a lasting impact.
In the fields of local expertise, there's a case for free-range leaders.
A whole lot of science says you should stress less about asking for help.
Your company will go further if it doesn't view everything as conflict.
They've been healthy rivals for almost two decades. Here's what business owners everywhere can learn from them.
LEAD PAUL KIX
Three times Zeb Evans has almost died – and three times he's emerged a radically different entrepreneur. And in that, he's not alone.
What if I don't want to use all my leave?
The ideal meeting begins before anyone meets.
Many employers see these things as perks. Many employees see them as red flags to run from.
LEAD JIM SCHLECKSER
Many people use the term – it's time to define what it means.
Sometimes the solution to your biggest problem is more simple than you think.
LEAD DR. ELI JOSEPH
Skill insurance for entrepreneurs and professional leaders.
How do I get her to realize I'm in charge?
Hint: Effective communication isn't just about talking.
LEAD JOE PROCOPIO
How to plan for the unplannable.
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Looking to grow your leadership capabilities? Serving on a global board can teach you indispensable, next-level leadership skills.
Skill and experience allow you to do more in less time, but what happens when other people don't properly value the expertise you've worked so hard to develop?
It doesn't have to be lonely at the top.
LEAD BRADLEY AKUBUIRO
The most praised leaders are often the ones who are the most 'authentic'. But there are unwritten (and uneven) rules around what qualifies.
Not making a decision is still making a decision. Work to move forward.
LEAD CHARISSA CASSELS
And how to achieve this by following a few steps to make you believe in yourself.
Want more lucky breaks? Write more about your work so more people can find you with opportunities.
LEAD BERNARD COLEMAN
Consistency is the key to long-term success.
LEAD CAMERON ALBERT-DEITCH
Sunrun co-founder and CEO Lynn Jurich has a two-word leadership tactic: Impeccable agreements.
LEAD RHETT POWER
Moving your small business forward requires more than head-down, box-ticking behavior from your employees. These 3 strategies will help your team members achieve more through collaboration.
LEAD DUSTIN MCKISSEN
This leader made loyalty part of his business model and in the process created one of the world's biggest companies.
LEAD AMY MORIN
Worrying about things you can't control drains you of the mental strength you need to be your best.
LEAD LEE COLAN
Each of us has the power to change someone's world with the gift of encouragement.
If you are, it's never too late to change.
LEAD PETER ECONOMY
According to Gallup, 70 percent of American workers are not engaged at work. You can do something about that.
LEAD THOMAS KOULOPOULOS
Looking back on over 30 years of hiring, punctuality has stood out as the best indicator of future success.
A positive company mindset can boost your business to new levels of productivity and profit, while a harmful one can only act as an obstacle to success.
Why you should toss the resume and hire the polymath.
LEAD STEPHEN DENNY
Three macro trends define how smart leaders need to approach the digitally-enabled workforce.
You're telling yourself stories – so why not tell yourself a happy one?
LEAD ELISE KEITH
If you want to improve your company's meetings this year, make sure you don't waste your efforts by falling victim to these common misconceptions.
Want to keep growing? Make sure not to be this person.
When you look out for yourself – and something you enjoy – you can also help those who provide it.
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Leaders must be able to publicly recognize employees' efforts without creating the appearance of favoritism on the team.
LEAD MAYA HU-CHAN
Want to get the most you can out of your career? Learn what self-advocacy looks like.
The mistakes made by first-time managers and those made by experienced executives are often the same.
LEAD DAMON BROWN
It may feel impossible to get to your ambitious career goal today. These 3 steps can help you get closer, if not reach your dream sooner than you think.
Inspiring leaders understand how to use dashboard and under-the-hood knowledge.
According to LinkedIn, you've got two weeks to nail the first impression. Here's how to make it a good one.
Great leaders grow their companies with intention and purpose.
Warren Buffett Says 1 Simple Choice Will Lead to a More Successful Career
How Can You Be Sure Someone Has Exceptional Leadership Skills? It Comes Down to 2 Words
In 4 Words, Google CEO Sundar Pichai Just Gave the Best Advice on How to Lead
Science Shows Most High Achievers Had Troubled Childhoods. Elon Musk's Sister Just Explained Why He's the Perfect Example
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