Leadership Accountability

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5 Stories That Will Make You Rethink Your Leadership Style
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5 Stories That Will Make You Rethink Your Leadership Style

CEOs speak candidly of times they fumbled on the job, and what they learned in the process.
Heather R. Huhman
How to Recognize Your Biggest Weaknesses As a Leader (and Why You Should)
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How to Recognize Your Biggest Weaknesses As a Leader (and Why You Should)

Work to see your weaknesses as fundamental aspects of your character as a leader, and do what you can to mitigate their effects.
Jayson DeMers
High-Tech Startups Need to Ditch the 'Engineers Rule' Mentality
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High-Tech Startups Need to Ditch the 'Engineers Rule' Mentality

Everyone is in the people business. Create a balance between ideas and execution to ensure the long-term success of your new company.
William Hall
3 Timeless Traits of Highly Successful Leaders
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3 Timeless Traits of Highly Successful Leaders

Going all-in and becoming a life-long learner are common leadership traits you can adopt as your own.
Corey Poirier
5 Ways CEOs Can Empower Teams to Develop Collaborative Workplaces
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5 Ways CEOs Can Empower Teams to Develop Collaborative Workplaces

Today's leaders must involve teams to set objectives, promote transparency and foster accountability as they make changes and monitor business outcomes.
Dan Schoenbaum
How Accountability Can Be Your Competitive Advantage
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How Accountability Can Be Your Competitive Advantage

During the recent internet outage, one particular company demonstrated that being proactive is a simple but powerful move.
John Brubaker
Don't Keep a Client Who Disrespects Your People
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Don't Keep a Client Who Disrespects Your People

Some clients aren't worth the money they're paying you.
Tracy Byrnes
Effective Leadership Is Not About Running for Class President
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Effective Leadership Is Not About Running for Class President

Opting for respect over esteem is not easy medicine, but it's necessary. Follow the leadership principles of an iconic CEO.
Todd Wolfenbarger
Becoming a Mentor Is Not for the Faint of Heart
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Becoming a Mentor Is Not for the Faint of Heart

If you aren't all in, don't begin.
Debby Carreau
What Could You Do With Unlimited Brainpower?
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What Could You Do With Unlimited Brainpower?

The next best thing to always being the smartest person in the room is being in a room full of smart people. That's a mastermind group.
Jason Forrest
5 Ways Startup Founders Can Help Their Sales Teams
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5 Ways Startup Founders Can Help Their Sales Teams

You can leverage your unique assets and skills in ways that support front-line development, sales and marketing staff.
Danny Wong
Theranos Doesn't Just Need New Executive Assistants. It Needs a New Executive.
Leadership Accountability

Theranos Doesn't Just Need New Executive Assistants. It Needs a New Executive.

Amid federal investigations and a threat to ban Holmes from the company, Theranos tenaciously continues to recruit new employees.
Lydia Belanger
4 Signs You Have Room to Improve As a Leader
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4 Signs You Have Room to Improve As a Leader

The biggest difference better goods leaders and the failures is the good ones know what they need to improve.
Tor Constantino
How This Top Chef Overhauled His Miserable Leadership Style
Leadership Accountability

How This Top Chef Overhauled His Miserable Leadership Style

Eric Ripert recalls: 'The cooks were scared. The kitchen staff was leaving. I realized it was all about me -- about being angry.'
Carolyn Sun
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