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Lance Armstrong : complet failure is impossible.

Diagnosed with advanced testicular cancer at the age of 25, doctors gave Lance Armstrong less than a 40 percent chance of recovery. Tumors were discovered in his lungs and stomach along with multiple lesions on the brain. His biking career was over or so everyone thought; but no one counted on the indomitable belief Armstrong had in himself and the ...

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CEO:MORE THAN A BUSINESS SCHOOL REQUIRE

You Learn to Be a CEO? Is it time for a CEO school to train leaders for the top job or is it even a profession one can be schooled in? A participant of an INSEAD executive development programme recently challenged us to consider an interesting concept: “Your institution misses one very important programme – CEO school. Running a company ...

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Google: Still an unconventional company

When Google went public a decade ago, it had only a fraction of the employees and revenue it enjoys today. But the company has not changed its spirit. When Google went public 10 years ago, it had about 2,600 employees and its quarterly revenue barely topped $800 million. Today, more than 52,000 people work at Google GOOG -0.19% , and ...

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Difference between lucky and unlucky people

A decade ago, I set out to investigate luck. I wanted to examine the impact on people’s lives of chance opportunities, lucky breaks and being in the right place at the right time. After many experiments, now I can understand why some people are luckier than others and that it is possible to become luckier. To launch my study, I ...

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Trust and blind trust and empowerment in the team.

I am not upset with you lied to me; I am upset that from now on I cannot believe you. F. Nietzsche. I have great faith in trust. Trust is built up between two people by character. You start believing in others and others to believe in you.  Producing results, clarity in thinking, commitment to goals, action base leadership gradually ...

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LEADER'S EXPERIENCES : NOT ALWAYS RIGHT CHOICE

Authors Monika Hamori of IE Business School in Madrid and Burak Koyuncu of Rouen Business School in Mont-Saint-Aignan, France, collected data on 501 CEOs of S&P 500 corporations. About 20% had at least one prior CEO job. Their findings? “Our research found that these prior CEOs performed worse than their peers without such experience.” Working on same post for 3 ...

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DELAYING PAIN MEANS DELAYING CHANGE

When Facing Change, Don’t Delay the Pain One of the more interesting tasks Bob Herbold faced during my business career was in 1997 when I was the COO at Microsoft and it was becoming very clear that the internet was for real and that someday people would no longer be buying software on CD’s.  They would be downloading software off ...

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GOOD IDEAS RULE ALL

Today morning, i was searching for great ideas to improve quality of life and leadership. Below given 6 points will be most helpful. 1. Surround yourself with people who are smarter than you and move out of their way. If you feel like you know everything, you’re wrong. I know what I don’t know and then I find partners who ...

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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo: What I've Learned

The captain of the world’s most ubiquitous social media platform talks leadership, disruption, and why he follows Mia Farrow.  There are certain things you’d expect of the CEO of the fastest growing, most disruptive, 140-character communications platform in the world. For starters, you’d expect him to spend a lot of time thinking about the future, much of which his company ...

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