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Apple CEO Tim Cook is known for asking team members a barrage of questions to make sure they're on top of their responsibilities.
A former Google and Apple exec shares 2 tips she uses to keep compassion front and center when firing someone
Kim Scott, author of "Radical Candor," recommends approaching the conversation about letting someone go with a sense of compassion.
Amazon became the second company to reach $1 trillion, yet Jeff Bezos tells shareholders to embrace failure. Here's why.
Top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn say they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they might want to h...
The best management strategy is encouraging employees to be open about next steps in their career, according to companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
A personality scientist says that if you’re a woman and you lean in, you’ll actually become a dysfunctional leader
We have massive double standards when we evaluate ambition in women and men.
With all the clutter in the world of business publishing, these MBA-recommended books are worth more than one read. They contain insights and lessons that are applicable in real business situations, from strategy and negotiations to team-building and company culture.
Global sentiment toward US leadership is near a record low, while for China, it is rising, according to Gallup.
Julius Caesar was assassinated on the Ides of March — here are some leadership lessons from the ancient Roman politician and general.
Obama warns that if the world isn’t careful, democracy could be in danger: ‘Democracy is a garden that has to be tended’
Former President Barack Obama says "the rule of law, democracy, competency, and facts" are not partisan but also don't happen automatically.
T. Boone Pickens asks the same question at the start of his meetings to make sure every single person comes prepared
Management advice from long-time executive T. Boone Pickens will help leaders ensure that people come prepared for meetings.