As time passes, the reins of leadership are handed from generation to generation. Sometimes the transition is seamless. Sometimes the new leader takes the reins like a bungling Ben-Hur whiplashing their company into an economic emergency room. Even worse, sometimes the reins are dropped altogether and the company careens into the barrow pit of bankruptcy.
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Executives are under siege from countless disparate business priorities all claiming to be number one. The competing priorities are all persuasive. Priorities can come from you, your board or other boss, or from employees. Some priorities are strictly minor leaguers; minions of the here- and-now, thralls of the short-term-fix. Other priorities are major-leaguers with a
If you are in a management position and have children, this is probably an easy question to answer. For those of us who are in leadership positions and watch others who have children, the question is probably also an easy to answer. Parenting and executive leadership have a fair amount in common. The boss wouldn’t