Leadership

Exploring the Spectrum of Introversion: How It Shapes the Leadership Style of Introverted Leaders
By Sara Yahia · 2 months ago
Introversion is not a one-size-fits-all trait but rather a spectrum that encompasses a diverse range of personalities and tendencies. Introverted leaders, in particular, exhibit a wide variety of characteristics that influence their leadership style and ...
Reframing The Role Of Leadership in Tomorrow’s Workplace And The Threats Posed By Artificial Intelligence
By Dr. Dina Randria · 4 months ago
Today's world is experiencing a paradigm shift as a result of rapidly evolving economies and technologies. Deep and ongoing organizational transformation is a reality in the business environment. Stability gives way to uncertainty, and unpredictability ...
Empathy and Leadership: How Compassion Drives Effective Management
By Sa’quan Hicks · 4 months ago
In the dynamic landscape of modern leadership, the qualities that define effective management have evolved beyond traditional measures of authority and control. Today, successful leaders understand that empathy—a profound understanding of others' emotions and perspectives—is ...
Unleashing Leadership Potential: Strategies for Effective Leadership Development
By Sa’quan Hicks · 5 months ago
Leadership is not merely a position; it's a dynamic skill set cultivated through continuous development and self-discovery. In this in-depth exploration, we delve into the strategies and practices that pave the way for unleashing leadership ...
Revolutionizing Business Through FinTech Expertise: Terry Ann Powell-Bajwa's Journey
By Terry Ann Powell · 10 months ago
In the ever-evolving landscape of business and technology, leaders who possess a diverse skill set are the driving force behind innovation and progress. Terry Ann Powell-Bajwa, a seasoned business leader with a remarkable background in ...
WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP: BREAKING THROUGH THE GLASS CEILING
By Miracle Oguche · 1 year ago
For decades, women have been working tirelessly to break through the glass ceiling, a term used to describe the invisible barrier that prevents them from advancing to higher levels of leadership in the workplace. Despite ...
Adaptive Leadership: A Lesson from a United States Army Engineer Officer
By Alex Dewald · 1 year ago
May 4th, 2018; a date that solidified my transition from a college student to an Engineer Officer. I received my commission from South Dakota State University’s Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) Program. As a ...
This is the difference between Vision and Purpose
By Ben Dankaka · 1 year ago
Vision is NOT the same as purpose, even though they work together. That is, both vision and purpose have to do with vocation. They equally help you fulfill a given task or assignment in an ...
Person who motivates me to do better
By Thilak Manikandan · 1 year ago
It was in mid of November 2019, a call came to a desperately job seeking person from Mr. Preetesh Patil (O&M Manager) of Metito overseas Qatar. Till then I was almost losing hope and ready ...
Inner Growth versus Global Problem Solving
By Magali Daems · 1 year ago
Would you say that your capacity for inner leadership and well-being is directly connected to your social environment and even global challenges? As a social anthropologist and global studies master, I spent several years studying ...
If your relationship status with your to-do list is “it’s complicated”​, this is for you.
By Magali Leroux · 1 year ago
When I was in marketing, how many times have I heard senior leaders complaining about their never ending to-do list, the oh-so-frustrating back-to-back meetings making their diary look like a block of Lego bricks, the ...
Unleash The Leadership In You
By Cristina Solis Wilson · 2 years ago
Leadership is one of the essential skills for any person in any position. It is a skill that needs to be developed and nurtured throughout an individual’s life. This article will explore the different areas ...
Why investing in leadership development is the best business decision today?
By Ari Vivekanandarajah · 2 years ago
With the business landscape being under intense pressure to survive through this period of economic uncertainty and COVID 19 changing the very course of how businesses are conducted, one thing is for certain—we require more ...
Ikigai, the Spiritually Intelligent Metaverse for Leaders
By Alvin E. Haygan, Jr. · 2 years ago
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is digitizing the world. The recent popularity of the Metaverse through Microsoft and Facebook has begun to dilapidate organizational silos in unconventional ways. Traditionally departments epitomized a common illustration of organizational ...
Leadership Learning in a Lockdown: Listening Deeper
By Susan S. Freeman · 2 years ago
In five offices scattered throughout the U.S. Department of State, employees are experiencing conversations of conflict when an active shooter outside the building throws them all into a “lockdown in place.” A Chief of Staff ...
Babacar J. Diop a young successful senegalese leader with an inspiring history
By Meicy Grant · 2 years ago
Babacar Junior Diop, born on July 25, 1995, in the Dakar suburb of Guediawaye, is the founder of the African Leaders Factory Initiative (ALFI). He is among the youngest of his generation in Africa who ...
"Respect people for who they are, not what they do," Dr. Burl Randolph, Jr.
By Asha Bajaj · 2 years ago
DrBurlRandolphJr; #InspiredNotRetired; #HardWork; #Preparedness; #Humility; #Fearlessness; #Selflessness; #Creativity; #Leadeshiip; #Mentorship; #SelfImprovement; #Relaxation; #SelfEvaluation Testimonial: "'Inspired, Not Retired' is the true embodiment of inspiration, enlightenment, and self-awakening," Asha Bajaj, editorial director, publisher, and marketing of Canadian-Media ...
What Our Organizations Need Right Now
By Susan S. Freeman · 2 years ago
Our organizations are crying out for change. In response to the extraordinary events of the last year and a half, we have rare opportunities right now to meet this moment. One of these is by ...
Leaders Who Invite Awe Level Up
By Susan S. Freeman · 2 years ago
I admit to having had a recent “wake-up” call about awe. I learned that it doesn’t take much to have an experience of “awe,” and the benefits are long-lasting. Admittedly, up until recently, I underestimated ...
Trigger-Training 101
By Susan S. Freeman · 2 years ago
Triggers. We all have them. None of us are entirely immune. I say “entirely” because we are not helpless. We can reduce the impact that triggers have on us as leaders. Triggers are events that ...