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Personal Effectiveness

Selling the Best Hour of the Day to Yourself

Many of the best organizations are learning organizations that encourage their employees to take time to think creatively and innovate. Do you put a priority on learning? Here's an idea to use your time in clever ways to advance your learning and thus your effectiveness.

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Managing a CEO’s Scarcest Resource—Time

Most CEOs have a bias toward action, says Daniel Patrick Forrester, author of Consider: Harnessing the Power of Reflective Thinking in Your Organization. "This instinct may not always serve their organizations well. Many leaders say they want results, yet what they're actually saying is that they want speed. But without time for reflection, they just get to a faulty destination that much faster.

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Common CEO Mistakes

A critical aspect of Wall Street and investor appraisal of a company entails evaluating management: gauging executive quality, character and values. Executive demeanor speaks volumes to investors, and what CEOs deem appropriate behavior often is actually off-putting to investors.Giving preferential access to Street analysts is one of the most egregious top management mistakes in investment community dealings. Management should steer ...

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