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How To Develop a Useful “Why” Statement

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Asking why you’re embarking on a project before you begin raises the project’s chance of success. But “to our continuing surprise, we often discover these teams have not even discussed, let alone agreed on, why they are pursuing the project,” write Karen A. Brown, Nancy Lea Hyer and Richard Ettenson. But producing a good “why” statement often requires both a lot of work and heated debate.

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The Curse of Your Qualities

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Smart leaders know that what can save you can also kill you — that traits that are good in many ways can boomerang back if you take them too far. The authors of “How to Become a Better Leader” explore how leaders can recognize and manage their psychological inclinations.

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