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Today's leadership horoscope

If you have more than 500 LinkedIn connections, your sign is the Smartphone.
Do some mental math today and compare the number of times per month you leave your desk to talk to others compared to the number of times you summon them to come to you. Keeping that ratio somewhere around 50/50 earns respect. If it's 90/10 in favor of you being inert, we hope you have one heck of a fancy candy jar waiting for your guests.

If you have 100-499 LinkedIn connections, your sign is the Whiteboard.
Admit to yourself this morning that there are a few people you occasionally deal with whose names you haven't quite committed to memory. Learn them right now. No matter how many Nobel Prizes you might win today, you'll still look clueless if you blank out on a colleague's identity at the awards ceremony.

If you have less than 100 LinkedIn connections, your sign is the Luggage Roller.
The stars want you to do something by the end of the month that very few people are capable of: Commit an act of generosity at work requiring a real personal sacrifice—and never let a single soul know you did it. There's no perfect word yet for what sort of leadership that is, but it's definitely leadership of an extraordinary kind ...

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