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Ed Batista, a Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer, has worked with many executives in his career and the one problem that is most evident to him is that many executives and CEOs experience people problems.
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Here are some questions you can use to explore about a person's behavior:
We often find ourselves assuming about the reasons why people behave the way they behave but we fail to ask "why do I find their behavior maddening or frustrating?"
We have to slow down and remind...
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Great leaders are committed to developing other people as leaders, encouraging them to step out of their comfort zone, and helping them learn from their setbacks and mistakes instead of punishing them for it.
As we go through our days, we will come across people that seem problematic to us. Perhaps they’re problematic to others as well, but it’s also likely that we come across as problematic to people that encounter us.
Breathing exercises are an ancient and time-tested technique to reduce stress, manage negative emotions and help with many other ailments.
New studies show that breathing exercises are extremely effective in both long-term and short-term stress reduction. Changing ...
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