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  • September 7, 2014
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Buffett, Bezos, Jobs: 3 Leaders in 3 Minutes 

What can we learn from some of the biggest names in business? The answer awaits you below. We’re also examining why good strategies often fail and the steps you can take to fix them – before it’s too late.
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Buffett, Bezos, Jobs: 3 Leaders in 3 Minutes

Put their leadership lessons into practice.
What’s one major takeaway worth gleaning from Warren Buffett and his leadership at Berkshire Hathaway? Les McKeown examines this and more in this series of quick video tips.
Watch as he discusses what sets Jeff Bezos apart, as well as the important lesson Steve Jobs learned at Pixar that continues to have an impact on Apple today.
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Techniques for Motivating Team Members

Reach those with leadership styles that differ from your own.
Have you ever presented a project that you were really enthused about to someone, only to be met by a blank stare? Often the challenge isn’t with the idea, but rather how it’s been communicated.
The key is to understand the leadership style of the listener and adjust your message accordingly. Here are suggestions on how to do just that.
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3 Reasons Good Strategies Fail

Figure out where the true problem lies and fix it.
We’ve all experienced the disappointment of watching a highly prized, innovative strategy go south. When early results are poor, we double down in hopes of turning things around, until we finally have to accept that it’s just not working.
But what if the core problem isn’t with the strategy, rather it’s with something else?
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