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Leading under pressure

To control the anxiety produced by moments of intense pressure, first step back and analyze the stakes.
by Theodore Kinni
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Super Coffee’s high-energy disruption

CEO Jim DeCicco explains how the ready-to-drink coffee startup is eliminating sugar, doubling down on purpose, and fueling growth.
by Brian Caisman and Laura W. Geller

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What it means to be a Human leader

There are many types of CEOs. But in a post-pandemic world, those who connect with their staff on a personal level will thrive.
by James Ashton
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Why you want what you want

Thwarted ambition led serial entrepreneur Luke Burgis to author a clear-eyed examination of his own unconscious desires.
by Theodore Kinni
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Quick! Do you know your company’s values?

Some companies’ lists of principles are short enough to be easily remembered, while others have more than a dozen entries. Maybe some editing is in order.
by Adam Bryant

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The rise of the eco-friendly consumer

During the pandemic, consumers have become more sensitive to the environmental impacts of their shopping decisions, and consumer companies are responding.
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State of flux

The rapid changes in the way energy is created, distributed, and stored are creating new relationships between industry and government.
A photo of Jim DeCicco, CEO of Super Coffee.
Inside the Mind of the CEO

Super Coffee’s high-energy disruption

CEO Jim DeCicco explains how the ready-to-drink coffee startup is eliminating sugar, doubling down on purpose, and fueling growth.

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