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There's a worthwhile book out there for whatever you need to move forward on your leadership journey.
Like just about everything, you are much better off with a plan.
They know you're nervous. They want to see how you deal with it.
Leaving corporate America for entrepreneurship takes courage. After that, it takes a lot of hard work and common sense.
Automation is certain to displace millions of workers but also create millions of other jobs. Prepare now to keep working then.
Only an unselfish leader can earn the trust that is essential for small teams to succeed.
Drawing the line between respecting someone's space and excessive clutter is extra hard when there are mental health considerations.
You might need to quit, but you probably shouldn't on the spot.
Narcissists see themselves as charismatic visionaries. It would really help the company if they actually were.
The Marine Corps general earned both the nickname "Mad Dog" and a reputation for compassionate, egalitarian leadership.
The longer people wait for you to arrive, the harder it is for you to make a good impression when you do.
Effective digital marketing has more to do with creative strategies focused on the individual customer than it does with big budgets and advanced technology.
The federal government dwarfs every corporation in size and complexity. Anybody who can make it work is worth learning from.
Human psychology is why people will pay more for a book than an ebook.