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  • WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM THE FACEBOOK CULTURE CRISIS?

    As a CEO of a scale-up company you can learn a lot about how to develop and invest in your company's culture by studying the companies that have successfully 'blitzscaled' and come to dominate their markets
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  • ARE YOU A STRATEGIC LEADER?

    Wait, don’t answer that. As much as the term strategic is thrown around, it’s not a simple question. Nor is strategic leadership a one-time commitment you can add to your resume like a job certification.
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  • TO IMPROVE YOUR TEAM, FIRST WORK ON YOURSELF

    Teams are complex systems of individuals with different preferences, skills, experiences, perspectives, and habits.
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  • THE FIVE RULES TO BUILDING A TRUSTED BRAND

    The importance of brand trust and authenticity isn't just lip service from marketing execs and brand experts. Most businesses can't afford to lose $3.6 billion a year. Most wouldn't want to try. Yet many take this risk. They rely on other consumer motivators, like price or convenience. They use tactics or business relationships to gain market position. They assume profits and scale can shield them.
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  • THE BETTER YOU KNOW YOURSELF, THE MORE RESILIENT YOU’LL BE

    After more than 30 years working alongside senior leaders amidst profound change, I have found that there are four strategies you can use to build resilience. These recommendations stem from a significant study of 167 leaders, which revealed that the most resilient leaders know themselves well — their strengths, their triggers, and their convictions. Here’s how to build your resilience through deeper self-knowledge.
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  • HOW SENIOR EXECUTIVES STAY PASSIONATE ABOUT THEIR WORK

    When we talk about “learning to love your job” or “managing yourself,” it’s often in the context of junior or midlevel roles. But these things don’t stop mattering for senior executives. What aspects of their jobs are most important to them? What do they find rewarding? How do they sustain their passion for the work they do — without burning out?
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