February 28, 2005

What leaders can do if they feel lonely at the top

Author: Ian Palmer

Faced with the unenviable task of assigning some
employees to different teams, physically moving some
workers, and demoting a personal friend of the boss'
family, one executive turned to Dr. Judith Davis,
psychologist, coach, and president of a consulting
firm in Long Island, N.Y.

Dr. Davis, who avoided getting too specific about the
aforementioned real-life situation, said the executive
in question felt there was one in the company -- whether her boss, employees, or peers -- with whom she could discuss the issues.


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