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How to act, sound and look like a leader

June 7, 2014View for printing

The economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett has written books about women leaving and re-entering the workforce, executives who work jobs with extreme hours, and the importance of finding a "sponsor" rather than a mentor. Now, just as the management style of powerful women is becoming a news topic in its own right -- from Jill Abramson's firing to Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In manifesto -- Hewlett is out with her own take on the intangibles of leadership.

By Jena McGregor

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