EDITOR ’S NOTE
thrive in competition, push
themselves and their
organizations to the edge,
and stay focused on the goal
regardless of the external
distractions. Athletic leaders
demonstrate high levels of
flexibility in goal setting,
strategizing and organizing
execution. To know how athletic
CEOs have the same mindset as
top competitors, read Stanislav
Shekshnia’s article, Think Like An
Athlete To Be A Better Leader.
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Authenticity is about
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