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December 2013 Issue
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Former Deloitte Touche & Tohmatsu CEO Says a Culture of Respect Leads to Success


Those who are serious about being effective leaders should ask themselves some tough questions about how they can best do their job and one of those questions is: "Is it better for those you lead to fear you or love you?"

That is one of several things leaders should think about according to James Quigley, who served as the CEO of Deloitte Touche…

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USU "Sales Jedi" Enter State-Wide Competition and Leave With Top Prizes


When the Utah State University students walked into the room for the competition, the judges had no idea they were dealing with Aggie "Sales Jedi."

All they knew is that Utah Valley University had invited the best sales students from colleges around the state to a competition where they would be tested in high-pressure, role-play situations that…

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Buehler Leadership Scholars Challenge Ideas, Apply What Resonates


Vern Buehler has stirred up a group of thoughtful, restless students, who are tactful yet very direct, and opinionated but open-minded. It's a group that says it regularly challenges its preconceived notions of what real leadership is all about. They insist that correct principles that are not tested and practiced are of little worth.

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Huntsman Professor's Research Sparks Discussions About "Organizational Virtue"


A presidential candidate in the last election cycle took flack when he said: "Corporations are people, my friend." And yet, Huntsman Professor Brad Winn is arguing that corporations can, in fact, behave just like people and his research is generating discussion in the academic management community.