The tone you set your first week in a new leadership role can follow you for years. Here’s how to get it right, right from the start.
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This comment section is open for any non-work-related discussion you’d like to have with other readers, by popular demand. (This one is truly no work and no school.) Book recommendation of the week: Asymmetry, by Lisa Halliday. It’s hard to talk about this without spoiling it, but it’s two seemingly disparate stories that may surprise you in…
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And American is doing something about it.
This was all Richard Branson’s fault.
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