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10 Leadership Lessons From the U.S. Navy Seal Who Led the bin Laden Mission

Admiral William H. McRaven is the former commander of U.S. Navy SEAL Team 3 and the current commander of the U.S. Special Operations Command. He led the mission which resulted in finding Osama bin Laden. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, he recently gave the commencement address at his alma mater, and offered the graduates 10 lessons from his SEAL training that every leader can benefit from.

Lynn Russo Whylly Leadership May 30 2014

3 Ways to Challenge the Leadership Norm and Achieve Exponential Success

Being able to see beyond what you know and analyze a situation using different angles and viewpoints is essential to achieving exponential success.

Osagie Imasogie Leadership , Personal Effectiveness June 19 2014

3ality Digital CEO Sandy Climan: 3D CEO

3ality Digital’s Sandy Climan says he’s not the next Steve Jobs, yet the technology behind his venture company could be just as revolutionary

JP Donlon CEO Interviews , Leadership , Strategy March 16 2010

4 Elements of Strategically-Aligned Leadership Strategies

To successfully align business and leadership strategies, CEOs must take into account four organizational elements essential for superior performance.

Dr. David Dinwoodie Leadership , Strategy June 12 2014

4 Secrets to Leading Change When Your Company Is Already Successful

It’s no secret: Many successful businesses are slow to change. There are hundreds of examples in which corporations have rejected ideas and products that have been left to entrepreneurs to make successful. However, those most affected by this seeming resistance to change are successful organizations; the resistance stems from the fact that what they are doing works.

Aubrey Daniels Change Leadership , Leadership June 12 2014

4 Ways Leaders Can Solve and Manage the Toughest Paradoxes

Nearly every business challenge can be classified into two groups—puzzles and paradoxes. While puzzles can be tricky, paradoxes are always complex and multifaceted. Most leaders approach paradoxes as if they were puzzles with little or no success. As a result, they get stuck. Here are four ways to solve and manage your toughest paradoxes.

David Dotlich Leadership , Personal Effectiveness May 30 2014

40 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: How Top Companies Excel in Leadership Development

Since 2005, Chief Executive has been releasing its “Best Companies for Leaders,” a list of corporations who are the cream of the crop when it comes to leadership development. This year’s top company is Procter & Gamble, led by CEO Bob McDonald.

JP Donlon Leadership , Leadership & Strategy January 12 2012

40 Best Companies for Leaders 2013

Here is the full list of the 40 Best Companies for Leaders. This group was chosen by Chief Executive and Chally Group Worldwide out of a group of more than 1,000 companies.

JP Donlon Leadership , Leadership & Strategy January 12 2013

5 Strategies for Maximizing Your Personal Future

In 1990, University of New Hampshire psychology professor John D. Mayer, along with now Yale president Peter Salovey, wrote the original paper on emotional intelligence. In his newest research, Mayer has introduced a similarly captivating construct—personal intelligence.

Bruce Rosenstein Leadership , Personal Effectiveness June 19 2014

5 Ways to Find Your Low-Hanging Fruit Growth Opportunities

CEOs are often far removed from the thousands of processes carried out every day across the complex organizations they lead, resulting in easy growth opportunities missed. These opportunities can be uncovered using five key capabilities: problem-solving skills, cross-unit collaboration, fast decision making, strong implementation skills and real accountability.

Jeremy Eden and Terri Long Leadership April 18 2014

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