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Are You Weird Enough? Three Ways to Stand Out
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This article was originally published on lifehack.org. On the infinite list of traits that make people successful leaders, there’s one that is too often
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L.A. Reid on Surrounding Yourself with Top Performers
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Want to make a rookie leadership mistake? Only hire people who you are certain will never be as good as you. That way, you will always be indispensible, right?
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Three Ways John Cleese Recommends We Foster Creativity
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Regardless of your industry, one of a leader’s primary responsibilities is to promote and foster creativity within the team. This may seem obvious for
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Craig Ferguson on Informed Deconstruction
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When I speak with newly hired leaders, I find myself advising them to avoid bashing their new company. This may seem counterintuitive, but it is actually quite common.
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Weekender: Bryan Cranston on Courageous Personal Growth
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Welcome to another edition of leadersayswhat’s the Weekender, a gram of thought to start your weekend on the right track. Why just a gram?
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Adam Scott on Building a Team
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When you see a fully functioning team in action, it’s easy to take for granted that all teams don’t run so smoothly. This is especially true when you see a comedy team.
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