Why one CEO rides a motorbike to meetings

05/21/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Harry Herington, CEO of NIC Inc., likes to ride a Harley-Davidson to staff meetings. Turning up in leathers, with a helmet under one arm, is a great way to defuse tension and get workers to open up, he says. "They know I'm coming from corporate and I'm there to answer questions," he says. "When I show up on a motorcycle, a lot of it becomes about the trip, and there's just something about a motorcycle. There is a rebel aspect."

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