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Strong leaders such as Roger Penske have to take risks, but they also must be aware of the consequences when the odds are long.
Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent's recent comment on the soda tax leading to communism shows how fallacies in critical thinking hurt leadership credibility.
When CEOs get out front and back their companies' products, it builds trust.
The CEOs of Xerox, Amazon.com and PepsiCo are making the necessary adjustments to lead their companies.
If you treat your employees with the attitude that they should feel happy just to have a job, you are creating a toxic, costly environment.
CEOs have to be careful not to have their personal views be taken as those of their companies.
Southwest may have lost the bid for Frontier, but its display of principle was admirable.
Corporate leaders can learn a lot from the recent health care town hall meetings.
There needs to be greater transparency and dialogue on the pay packages of TARP-aided financial institutions.
Are there no people trustworthy enough that we all agree we could follow?