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Want to Retain American Jobs? Stop Blaming Globalization

Everything is cheap and nobody has jobs. Welcome to the future. President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas fills us in on how we got here.

Robert Steven Kaplan on The Ownership Process

Leadership is accessible to each of us—today. It requires a process of hard work, willingness to ask questions, and openness to learning.

Robert Steven Kaplan on The Meaning of Leadership

Leadership is accessible to each of us—today. It requires a process of hard work, willingness to ask questions, and openness to learning.

Robert Steven Kaplan on the Leadership Crisis

Leadership is accessible to each of us—today. It requires a process of hard work, willingness to ask questions, and openness to learning.

Robert Steven Kaplan on Building a Regimen of Learning

Leadership is accessible to each of us—today. It requires a process of hard work, willingness to ask questions, and openness to learning.

Robert Steven Kaplan on Why You Can't Lead Alone

Leadership is accessible to each of us—today. It requires a process of hard work, willingness to ask questions, and openness to learning.

Robert Steven Kaplan on The Challenges of Leadership

Leadership is accessible to each of us—today. It requires a process of hard work, willingness to ask questions, and openness to learning.

MASTERCLASS: What Does A Leader Do?, with Robert Kaplan

Over a 22-year career at Goldman Sachs, Robert S. Kaplan had the opportunity to run various businesses and to work with or coach numerous business leaders. He says that successful leadership is less often about having all the answers—and more often about asking the right questions. In Part 1 of The Leadership Challenge, Kaplan explores three strategic key questions that leaders need to ask themselves.

You Need Happiness to Make Money

Extrinsic motivators like status and money tend to be back-end loaded, they tend to be delayed. And so, as Robert Kaplan points out, we need short-term rewards. 

How to Reach Your Potential

Success is not about meeting someone else's definition, but reaching your potential by defining success in your own terms. 

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