Archive: August 29, 2010 - September 4, 2010
No matter how much we like to turn our presidents and global CEOs into celebrities, no matter how much we prefer to reward heros and identify victims when large systems succeed or fail, and of course, no matter how powerful and transformative a good leader can be, there is a limit to what one person can do. But the answer is...
By Jena McGregor | September 2, 2010; 11:04 PM ET | Comments (65)
If Steve Jobs doesn't create more products that appeal to Apple's tremendous mainstream fan base, the company's breathtaking growth could stall.
By Jena McGregor | September 2, 2010; 9:29 AM ET | Comments (26)
Simply sharing more about your team's status and direction is the best way to make people feel better about their jobs and their future, especially during times of uncertainty.
By Jena McGregor | August 31, 2010; 1:17 PM ET | Comments (2)
Beck is a reminder that people see what they want to in the people they follow, especially if they already identify with them in ways that may be more powerful than their differences.
By Jena McGregor | August 31, 2010; 12:03 PM ET | Comments (67)
Using the rationale that hurrying up bonuses is a not-to-be-missed opportunity, good leadership would also include changing established practice just to reap financial gain. Not to mention flouting authority and skirting the rules to meet your needs.
By Jena McGregor | August 30, 2010; 9:43 AM ET | Comments (16)