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Is What We Need From Leaders Prewired Into Our Brains?

As much as we all enjoy the sound of birds chirping, sometimes they can be a nuisance. Their droppings on outdoor furniture cushions are aggravating and time-consuming to clean up. ... Full story

How Stiletto Networks Are Blazing The Business World

For many of us, the word “networking” conjures images of people milling around a conference hall wearing a name tag, making small talk and exchanging business cards. ... Full story

4 Tips For Developing Your Team’s Talents

Even the most experienced managers need a reminder, now and again, of the potential goldmine they’re sitting on in the form of latent employee talents. ... Full story

How A CEO Can Wreck A Brand In One Interview: Lessons From Abercrombie & Fitch Vs. Dove

The power of a CEO to make – or break – a brand can never be overestimated – even in an interview that took place 7 years ago. ... Full story

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Effective CEOs Lead With Their Ears

My colleague John Patrick shares his experience watching executives learn that instead of leading from the top down, if they listen, they’ll find some of the best ideas come from the bottom up. ... Full story

Innovation Leadership: The Revolution Starts With Words

High sentiments always win in the end. The leaders who offer blood, toil, tears and sweat always get more than those who offer safety and a good time. When it comes to the pinch, human beings are heroic. George Orwell ... Full story

To Be Authentic, Look Beyond Yourself

Authenticity — what is it, who has it, and how do you get it? Most people associate authenticity with being true to oneself — or "walking the talk." But there's a problem with that association; it focuses on how you feel about yourself. ... Full story

6 Types of Bosses

I've been involved in leadership development for a long time, so I've been exposed to a lot of bosses from all walks of life. One question people often ask me and others in this business is "If all of this leadership development stuff is supposed to be so great, then why are there so many bad bosses?" ... Full story

"Why merely satisfy if you can go for the thrill?"

An interview with Andrew Berlin, CEO of Berlin Packaging - about packaging and baseball. (from the April 2013 issue of PRESIDENT&CEO Magazine) ... Full story

THIS is what leadership looks like

Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello should be hailed far and wide for his courageous act of accountability. ... Full story

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