Jack Welch on Leadership

Welch, Jack
June 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2005, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p14
This article presents information regarding leadership. Execution is like breathing. One delivers, one breathes. Work is always stressful. Make smart choices and innovate products and services to be competitive. Deliver better value every day. Make the game fun. Wining is more fun. Keep up the intensity. Have both formal and informal learning. Culture is the heart and soul of a company. Talk about mistakes. Visit other companies. If quality is important, measure it, tie it to compensation, reward it, and celebrate it with cash.


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