TITLE

GET OVER YOURSELF

AUTHOR(S)
Sellers, Patricia
PUB. DATE
April 2001
SOURCE
Fortune;4/30/2001, Vol. 143 Issue 9, p76
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on ways in which executives have controlled their egos. Mention of a listening course from leadership coach Terry Pearce; Executives who claim to have managed their egos, including Charles Schwab co-chief executive officer (CEO) David Pottruck, Ford CEO Jacques Nasser and General Electric CEO Jack Welch; Methods employed by corporations to maintain humility among executives; Opinion that abundant self-regard has killed many careers. INSETS: THE MANY VARIETIES OF EGO;WHAT ABOUT THE BOBS?.
ACCESSION #
4350544

 

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