25 January: Join Oxford Saïd’s Dr Mark O’Brien and vastly experienced healthcare leader Dato Dr Jacob Thomas to discuss the critical role of healthcare leadership development
An initiative from the Rotman School of Management, led by Geoffrey Leonardelli, helps executives move to new roles and new jobs successfully
IMD study reveals four ‘origin stories’ about how leaders came to leadership and shows how these define the way they enact the role
How to build leadership capacity and resilience for the enormous challenges of the post-pandemic world
The University of St. Gallen’s Stephanie Schoss discusses the mindset, skills and knowledge needed for executives to thrive in an AI enhanced world
How the pandemic is impacting business leadership and the exec ed sector
MIT Sloan’s Deborah Ancona explains why ‘distributive leadership’ is need for organizations to offer nimble responses to today’s unprecedented challenges
In this recorded webinar, Georgetown University’s Professor Jose-Luis Guerrero explains how the nature of leadership and employment will be changed by greater use of AI in workplaces
Columbia’s Hitendra Wadhwa explains how to reset mindsets and practices to address the challenges of leadership today
Cass Business School’s Dr Amanda Goodall says experts can make good bosses, and bad bosses are less common than we might imagine
Leaders who have discovered the power of integrating 'eco', 'ego' and 'intuitive' intelligence drive stronger business performance
Professor David Denyer and Dr Elmar Kutsch combine for an engaging presentation at the latest Leadership Series event from Cranfield School of Management @Brand Exchange, London
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Approaches to leadership learning: Emory Executive Education's Ken Keen in conversation with IEDP
New guidebook draws on the experience of 30 high-achieving women leaders to show the way
Hannes Leroy, associate professor at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM), describes a leadership development experience that is a force for positive change
MIT’s Advanced Management Program lives up to MIT’s ethos of applied knowledge (Mens et Manus – Mind and Hand)
Sustainable Business and Responsible Leadership
HEC Paris/LSE’s ‘Leadership 2030’ program helps tomorrow’s leaders create value for customers, society and the planet
A new real-world study shows how shared leadership among managers and professionals can ensure that innovation diffuses more widely
Bath University’s London/Bath/Silicon Valley-based EMBA aims to leverage Apprenticeship Levy funding to build leadership capability
Warwick Business School brings greater intensity to Emirates’ senior leadership development
Schulich SEEC’s Masters Certificate in Public Sector Leadership
Join Cranfield, on 28th September, to help women in your organization reach the top [Free Workshop]
A new book sees consciousness as the genesis of effective change
Read Developing Leaders magazine in luxury hard copy and still enjoy the convenience of online
St. Gallen’s International Executive MBA develops C-level and potential CEO talent within the organization
Roger Delves on how to address the root causes of the UK’s lack of leadership skills
WNBA’s Lisa Borders says leadership is about influence, not authority
Anatomy of a Program – GAIA Insights’ ASPIRE
IMD’s EMBA discovery journey focuses on developing growth strategies in challenging environments
Schulich Mini-MBA offers a world-class fast track for transitioning to leadership
Oxford’s game-changing entrepreneurial hub is launched by Apple’s Tim Cook
The role of immersive ‘corporate international service learning’
Successful leaders learn to incorporate the views and preferences of diverse followers
Developing morally responsible leaders and gaining competitive advantage
Martina Mangelsdorf describes GAIA Insights' innovative ASPIRE program
Understanding the holistic way humans lead in sports, business and the military
Access the full magazine below. ‘Changing Mindsets in Organizations’
How selecting appropriate data to provide 'business' answers is a human responsibility
A guide for new leaders to ‘Be the Boss Everyone Wants to Work For
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Even the most talented people, Einstein for instance, only succeed when they play to their strengths
Unrivalled access to expertise in the multiple issues facing global businesses
How women are put in precarious leadership roles
Leading in the Civil Service Vs leading in a private corporation - White Paper
"I had to form connections, build networks, and learn that building support was critical to any change initiative. I will never again just take on a change by myself!"
Leading from the Inside Out
Access the full magazine below. Values, Spirituality & Organizational Culture.
The Challenges of Leadership in Tomorrowland - A long read by Simon L. Dolan of ESADE Business School
CCL White Paper on leading change
Associate Dean, Executive Education, UCLA Anderson School of Management
"Every question about leadership ultimately gets down to development, its about crucible experiences that make others better"
Closing the Inspiration Gap
Having a profound effect on the way we manage ourselves and others
IQ and EQ are not enough. For today's leaders political intelligence, PQ, is required
Anti-suicide research which is widely applicable outside the military
"A form of leadership which focuses on others, the community, and society at large rather than the self"
Strategy is a journey needing continuous, not intermittent, leadership
"The servant leader should feel a responsibility towards employees as individuals and must have a sense of stewardship for them and the organisation as a whole."
Some advice from the man who has taught Nike, IBM and Microsoft’s leaders how to think like Leonardo Da Vinci.
Dr David Pendleton Co-Director of the High Performance Leadership Programme at the Saïd Business School
Event Review: Marcus Buckingham's core message is that it is better, far better, to develop people's strengths than fix their weaknesses.
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