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Many people share an ideal leader image. Among other traits, the ideal leader has vision, charisma, integrity, emotional intelligence, an inspiring delivery and sterling character.

The new broomNewly hired senior executives are failing fast. But the increased pressure to achieve results immediately could be self-defeating if incoming executives try too hard and, as the "new broom," sweep away people who could help them succeed.

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Engaged employees feel a strong sense of ownership, some for their jobs, but fewer for their department or the business as...

To be effective, managers must do two things well: (1) achieve their targets and (2) make the best possible use of all resources....

Everyone would like to lead like Martin Luther King, but few have his spellbinding oratory. Is it a hopeless fantasy? Not...

Leaders who want people to be fully engaged in their vision can't use the same influencing tactics as sales people, who are...

Why do so many managers struggle to manage employee performance? They may agree that employees are their organization’s...

We regard our most admired leaders as heroes while managers are seen as villains or antiheroes. Why the good-evil slant? ...