If you don’t have Corner Office set up for your Sunday morning New York Times read, you’re missing out on a great column and an opportunity to become a more effective leader. It doesn’t matter whether you’re the CEO, just getting started in a new career or anywhere along the way. For that matter, you’ll find the insights valuable and applicable for life in general.
Columnist Adam Bryant conducts interviews of top leaders and explores provocative, interesting, insightful topics that mine the perspectives of these CEOs and top industry executives. These are challenging times, and finding new views, effective tools, insights from the experts and the candid comments from those who have learned lessons from real-world experience is worth the few minutes you’ll invest.
More than that, make it a point to find a lesson in each interview, something that you can apply yourself or pass along to someone you know who can benefit. And be sure to check out the blogs for lively debate on the range of issues you’ll discover from your read.
Simple. Easy. And I guarantee you’ll find something useful within the first few doses!
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Thanks, Steve. I troll around the NYT.com site just about every day, yet you just introduced me to a blog I’d never seen. I’ve already signed up for the RSS feed.
I have book marked it on my iPad.