This research focuses on three key dimensions of leadership: charismatic leadership, instrumental leadership, and political connections.
Firms need to develop “Authentic Visionary Leaders” by using the Leadership Style Inventory (LSI) and matching the results with specific job requirements.
Guidelines for evaluating whether you are a “commander,” “logical,” “imaginative,” or a “supportive” leader.
An overview of lessons in strategic leadership from a recent study of five benchmark organizations:Caterpillar, Cisco Systems, PepsiCo, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Washington Group International.
Today, business and governmental organizations face something of a “perfect storm” of problems that have profound implications for current and future leaders.
This article introduces the idea of Emotional Dynamism-a new framework for understanding how a leader can leverage the power of emotions.
This article specifically examines what the business leader does in the five major phases of the strategy-making/strategy-executing process.
All great and influential artists. exhibit vision, courage, and creativity—this article analyzes their applicability to the subject of leadership in general.
The Linkage Research Model can mean the difference between floundering and knowing how to drive business results.
Study identifies best practices among large firms for leadership development, tracking, and developmental opportunities.
A leader’s life purpose needs to be aligned with a personally meaningful set of virtuous character qualities that serve as anchors in challenging times.