If you want to be a successful leader, and especially if you want to run a successful company, there's one really, really tough question you have to ask yourself often. It's about prioritization, perhaps
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During my 20-plus years of recruiting, I have reviewed roughly over 480,000 résumés and LinkedIn profiles. I’m not too handy with numbers (which is why I’m a recruiter rather than an accountant), but an
There is no single secret to success. If there were, and if it were straightforward or easy, everybody would do it. But everybody doesn't do it. That said, there are certainly habits and strategies that
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Hope Hicks, President Trump’s communications director and one of his longest-serving advisers, said Wednesday that she planned to leave the White House in the next few weeks. Ms. Hicks, 29, a former model
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• Google studied their best teams in hopes of pinpointing what made them great.• They judged teams' "effectiveness" based on evaluations from executives, team leaders, and team members, as well as sales
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Elon Musk is at it again, making bold announcements that can't help but draw attention. This time around, it has to do with his tenure as Tesla's CEO and the unveiling of his astonishing CEO pay package.
After 37 years working at Chevron, CEO and Chairman John Watson, who took over the helm in 2010, is hanging up his cleats and headed for retirement. In a moment of transparency while reflecting back on
In my job, I spend a lot of time working with emerging leaders. Sometimes, they are leaders making a jump to a VP level role for the first time. Sometimes, I work with companies to develop programs that
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Steve Jobs set extremely high expectations. He challenged other people to work harder, work longer, and do more -- sometimes more than they thought was possible. Jobs was ... well, let's just say that