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  • The Privilege Trap: Can Rich Kids Become Good Leaders?

    The Senate summoned Brett Kavanaugh to Capitol Hill last week to assess the allegations of sexual misconduct against him. To a lesser degree, his testimony also forced Americans to grapple with another difficult subject.

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  • The Two Contagious Behaviors of a Great Boss

    Most leaders know that their actions can influence how a team feels and performs but there are only two ways to lead by example that are ALWAYS positive. George Washington embodied both.

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  • Inside Danny Meyer’s Lonely War on Tips

    Three years ago, the influential New York restaurateur abolished tipping at his restaurants in what he knew would be a serious test of his leadership.

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  • Now on Broadway: SpongeBob ChauvinistPants

    What lesson can a relentlessly optimistic fry cook from Bikini Bottom impart about leadership? The wrong one, it turns out. There’s a heroic leader in the Broadway musical, but it’s not SpongeBob.

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