'Strong' leaders are back in vogue, but can create weak businesses. Christian Stadler warns dissenting voices must be encouraged to tell them the truth.
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Davide Nicolini and Maja Korica present a tool to help CEOs keep on top of everything after spending two years observing and following their every move.
Dimitrios Spyridinidos shares the five essential books that would help leaders manage a crisis and adapt to the fast-changing and uncertain world we now live in.
The idea that a firm's sole responsibility is to increase its profits no longer holds water. Dimitrios Spyridonidis explores what makes a responsible leader.
Blurred boundaries between our professional and personal lives during the pandemic means off-the-job embeddedness is increasingly important to retain staff, argues Professor David Allen
Tina Kiefer explains how asking students from all over the world to draw an effective leader unearthed some fascinating cultural differences.
Change management is a big issue for leaders. Fahmi Jabri (pictured) has found the Kübler-Ross Change Curve a useful tool in guiding his team through the sudden changes brought about by the pandemic.
Dimitrios Spyridonidis explains how embracing paradox will be an essential requirement for leaders in the new decade.
In these highly uncertain and stressful times Dimitrios Spyridonidis explains why learning to lead yourself is the first step in leading others.