The most effective leaders have learned to balance work, home, community and spiritual lives so they are self-reinforcing, writes Stewart D. Friedman, practice professor of management at the Wharton School. He offers case studies based on executives at Target in this post. "My experience with Target should bolster anyone's case that you can be a committed A-player executive, a good parent, an attentive spouse, a healthy person with time for hobbies — yes, hobbies! — and a community life."
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