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It started with a simple insight. Though the business press has for decades interviewed CEOs as strategists—asking them about their growth plans and the competitive landscape - that is only a small part of a CEO's job. Their true 24/7 role is to lead and manage, build a team, create a sense of mission and foster a high-performing culture.
But how do they do that? And how did they learn to do that? With simple open-ended questions like these, Adam started interviewing CEOs and other leaders in 2009, and launched Corner Office in The New York Times. The feature quickly developed a loyal following of readers, who turn to Corner Office twice a week for insights, takeaways and broader life lessons.
Adam is a popular speaker on campuses, and also teaches a course of his own, "The Practice of Leadership," at Columbia University.