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Up, Down and Sideways: How to Be a Better Leader in 2016

Which approach is better: vertical or horizontal leadership?
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This article is part of our Trends 2016 coverage.

The light bulb went on for Jeff Greenfield, co-founder and COO of media analytics firm C3 Metrics, on a rare vacation. It was the first one he had taken unplugged, without his phone or computer; his major activity while in Camden, Maine, turned out to be sleeping. One day he conked out at 5 p.m.

This prompted his wife to suggest that he shed some entrepreneurial hats. In the crystallizing

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