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A CEO's effectiveness is strongly influenced by their direct reports.

Even one sub-par exec in a company can torpedo a successful CEO

A study about time allocation among corporate leadership published in the Harvard Business Review found that a CEO's direct reports affect their efficiency and effectiveness, and even one report lacking in performance can throw them off track.
Some bad habits don't just annoy managers. They could get you fired.

19 things managers most hate that employees do

Your bad workplace habits will undoubtedly annoy your managers. Worse yet, some could get you fired.
Strong leadership is harder than it sounds.

A former Google and Apple exec says there are 4 ways to lead a team — and 3 are ineffective

Kim Scott, author of "Radical Candor," explains that being a good boss is about caring personally and challenging directly.

5 career lessons I learned from 5 memorable bosses

Do you remember your firs...

21 unprofessional habits that make your employees hate you

Your behavior could be driving your team crazy.

6 sentences your employees don’t want to hear

If you want to be a good boss, you are better off avoiding these phrases around your staff.

19 unprofessional habits that make hiring managers hate you

If there's one time that you really need to make a good impression during your job search, it's when you're interacting with the hiring manger.

A former Google and Apple exec shares the tactic she uses to feel better about having to let someone go

Kim Scott, author of "Radical Candor," recommends approaching the conversation about letting someone go with a sense of compassion.

A former Google and Apple exec explains how 6 seconds of awkward silence can make you a better boss

Kim Scott, author of "Radical Candor," says bosses should push their employees to tell them what they're doing wrong.

A former Google and Apple exec says most great employees are either ‘rock stars’ or ‘superstars’ — and you can’t m...

Kim Scott, author of "Radical Candor," says not everyone on your team wants a promotion — and that's okay.