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- CEO Christine Day says one of her…most important priorities is ensuring…the emotional vitality of the organization.…It was crucial to her success as an executive at Starbucks,…and later how she drove tremendous growth…while in charge of the innovative apparel company Lululemon.…Highly successful executives like Day…know you consistently need to…energize and empower your people,…and you need to do both.…Energizing people without empowering them…can leave them frustrated.…Empowering them without energizing them…can leave them overwhelmed, stuck in place.…
Intuit founder and former CEO, Billionaire Scott Cook…says this lesson transformed his success as a leader.…He said, "Nothing good happens with the product team,…"unless they're excited.…"Even if I need to change the way…"they're approaching an issue, I need to leave them…"more excited about what they're doing,…"than when the meeting began".…Here's how to do it.…One, give them something to get energized about.…Lead by example.…If you don't come across to others as fully engaged…
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- Understanding the four disciplines of executive leadership
- Thinking strategically
- Creating shared purpose
- Inspiring confidence—even under pressure
- Motivating and communicating
- Establishing priorities and focus
- Leading change
- Developing yourself<br><br>
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