How to trust your decisions when you have the final say
|01/11/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Susan Lyne is a venture capitalist who has had leadership roles at Disney, Martha Stewart Omnimedia, and Gilt Groupe, among other places.
- She said she learned how to be a leader as the founder of a film magazine in the mid-’80s.
- It taught her that responsibility means not constantly seeking approval for every decision she made, a lesson she considers a turning point.
In 1986, Susan Lyne was a journalist who had just launched a new film magazine, Premiere.
Her cofounder was John Evans, the former publisher of the Village Voice who she met when she worked there.
While Lyne had been in leadership roles read more >>>