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Jena McGregor writes a daily column analyzing leadership in the news for the Washington Post’s On Leadership section.
It should tell us something about the NBA that a baby-faced 42-year-old who's in just his fifth season is the third longest-serving coach in the league.
Nancy Brinker’s successor was always going to have her work cut out for her.
One thing's for sure: The hilarious CEO job ad stunt helped to generate plenty of real publicity.
Whatever truths there may be in the Dalai Lama's remarks, what matters is he's open to elevating the best person for the role, man or woman.
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