How engaging her staff saved her company time, money, hassle

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So much talk of meditation, centering and the connection between childhood fears and workplace attitudes: I had to keep telling myself that... Read more

What you are at work goes back to your childhood, Philly exec says

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Breathe in, breathe out. Now slowly open your eyes and read about how Susan Sweeney, president of GGB Bearing Technology, a 1,200-employee... Read more

How a former nanny learned to run a lumber company

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In the Philippines, where Isabelita “Lita” Marcelo Abele grew up, she dreamed of being a nurse. Instead, after graduating from... Read more

Nobody wanted the boss's wife to be the boss

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Shortly after Isabelita “Lita” Marcelo Abele became president and chief executive of U.S. Lumber Inc., taking over her husband’s... Read more

Corporate Synergies CEO: Getting a client back to happy

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Nearly every executive I’ve met has read the business classic “Good to Great” by Jim Collins, although different executives... Read more

CEO puts Saladworks' sacred cows out to pasture

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Patrick Sugrue, Saladworks‘ new CEO, landed a job with a company that has a 30-year-old history, including a contentious ownership struggle... Read more

West CEO Eric Green: Leading while young

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West Pharmaceutical Services CEO Eric M. Green graduated from college with a degree in chemistry and quickly landed a lab job with St. Louis... Read more

How a small-town guy from Reading learned to lead a global company

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These days, Terrence R. Curtin, 49, travels around the world, leading a global, $12.2 billion highly technical company, TE Connectivity Ltd... Read more