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In a 2013 book co-written with Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins, the former Lady Vols coach shares a powerful definition of leadership
It’s hard to keep calm and carry on when your leaders are doing anything but.
New research finds a different response from investors when men and women named CEO get lots of media attention
What’s in -- and out -- when it comes to employee perks
Crowdpac CEO Steve Hilton says his new book could serve as a “manifesto” as he considers one day running for office himself
And the total percentage of board seats held by women at major companies barely budged, a new report shows.
Leadership is not about being right or getting credit, but about serving others.
The incredible rarity of two women holding a pair of leadership roles
‘Concrete ceilings.’ ‘Sticky floors.’ ‘Glass escalators.’ Why we need so many ways to describe the challenges for women in the workplace.
Two management consulting CEOs and an H.R. software company founder round out the top three in this year’s list from Glassdoor
Not everyone thinks an appraisal without a rating is an improvement.
Even in talking about his legacy, words didn’t fail the champion.
As a cancelled fundraiser for Trump shows, it can be a delicate political dance between CEOs and candidates
The revelation that the venture capitalist helped fund a lawsuit against Gawker has raised questions about his role at Facebook, which wields increasing influence on the media world
No matter how you slice the data, CEO pay packages remain incredibly high
Five great addresses for graduates that aren’t given by Sheryl Sandberg
A researcher explains the link he found between wealthy backgrounds among military leaders and how self-absorbed they were
America has long mythologized the inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders who succeeded through being wholly preoccupied with their work
More than 30 percent of large companies -- a huge jump from just two years ago -- have adopted ‘proxy access’ rules that let large, long-term investors nominate candidates for the board
The perks arms race shows few signs of easing -- for now, at least