As boards respond to pressure for immediate results and compliance, a smart chair can help directors to focus on strategic, long-term success.
Now, more than ever, boards need to be on top of their game to make the right decisions and drive growth—effective chairing is the key.
While being Machiavellian is generally seen as a negative characteristic, a study shows that it can offer important advantages for leaders.
Research concludes that companies whose CEOs have a high degree of transferable skills do better than those with moderate levels.
Just as Covid has seen firms and employees work in previously unthinkable ways, we all need new skills for the future, says Deanna Mulligan.
Wicked problems involve complex dynamics and are seemingly impossible to solve effectively. They require new leadership approaches.
The performance of women leaders in the Covid pandemic offers a global experiment in crisis management. Why has gender made a difference?
It’s not only what leaders do in the spotlight that counts. Great leaders also know how to manage the organisational machinery behind the scenes.
Some governments, especially those led by women, have dealt with the pandemic better than others. So what can Covid-19 teach us about leadership?
While remote learning may be effective for certain skills and tasks, true leadership capabilities cannot be developed through a bundle of online modules.