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Good leaders can deliver bad news tactfully, display proper body language, and know how to recognize and verbally praise good work.
"The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing." Philosophers say most personalities can be divided into these animal categories.
Chief executive officers — in between managing some of the world's largest corporations — are using Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn more than ever to build devoted online followings.
There’s a record number of women on the boards of Fortune 500 companies. Racial and ethnic minorities, not so much.
Women filled 183 of the 462 open board room positions at Fortune 500 companies, according to a new report.
CEOs from Apple's Tim Cook to FUBU's Daymond John shared stories and advice on leadership, adversity, and success.
Magic Johnson resigned as president of basketball operations at the Lakers after rocky management. NFL coach Bill Parcells led differently.
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There’s one characteristic the best leaders in the world have, but most people are uncomfortable talking about it: love
The best leaders, from Nelson Mandela to workplace managers, show love for those around them, billionaire philanthropist Melinda Gates says.
Billionaire Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio once received a memo from his employees saying he ‘belittled’ and ‘humiliated’ them,...
When Ray Dalio got a memo from his employees saying they felt "oppressed," he took the blame and worked with them to find a solution.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is known for asking team members a barrage of questions to make sure they're on top of their responsibilities.