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Friends at Work:
Three Types of Friendships

Many of us have friends at work, while others, including leaders and C-level executives, seem to struggle making friends in a workplace environment.  Why is that?
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Steve Jobs: Can Flawed Leaders Lead Great Companies?

“Can leaders with flaws still be effective in leading companies to greatness?” I asked a group of smart professionals this question over on LinkedIn. I was thinking about how someone like Steve Jobs could be effective in a leadership position in spite of his difficulties with people, and of how important emotional intelligence is in […]
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What Millennials Want from CEO’s and Leaders

There’s an interesting post over on Lisa Petrilli’s C-Level Strategies blog, What Millennials Told CEOs They Want from Leaders. (Photo: Photostock.) I’ll re-post some excerpts here before commenting: Ever wonder what Millennials would tell CEOs if they had the chance? Well, at our most recent CEO Connection Forum in LA we asked a group of […]
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Leading Gen Y: An Interview with a Gen X Entrepreneur

How can Boomer managers and other leaders understand Gen Y better? I recently caught an interview with Greg Hartle, Leading Gen Y: the Secrets Every Leader Must Learn. Greg Hartle is an interesting entrepreneur from www.tendollarsandalaptop.com and here are a few selected excerpts from his interview with Lisa Petrilli, on C-Level Strategies blog. “To me, […]
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