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Leadership Learning: Practice, Practice, Practice

Another in TPG’s periodic series of posts on Leadership. Ouch. There are few memories quite so painful – literally – than remembering the squeaks and squawks, bleats and brays endured by the rest of the family while Simon was first … Continue reading

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The Decision is Yours

Ever been frozen? No, not the Disney movie. The feeling. Frozen in time, unable to act, unable to move in any direction. Like that terrifying moment when the computer screen goes still and your mouse dances frantically across the mouse … Continue reading

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New World, New Leaders, New Ball Game

Another in a series of Leadership-focused blog posts from TPG Companies, Inc. We see it and know it everywhere: change is the only constant. Leaders are needed, as much or more than ever. Have theories of leadership kept up? According … Continue reading

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Leadership Starts from the Inside

She didn’t look much like a leader. She looked like a middle-aged, friendly, somewhat absent-minded Nice Lady. Which she was. But she was a middle-aged, friendly, somewhat absent-minded Nice Lady who was passionate about the business, had been working with … Continue reading

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