Why Inclusive Leaders Are Good for Organizations, and How to Become One
by Juliet Bourke & Andrea Espedido
It’s not enough to merely put together a team of individuals with diverse backgrounds and expect improved productivity. In order for diversity to shine, one must combine it with inclusive leadership. Experts Juliet Bourke and Andrea Espedido weigh in on why inclusive leadership matters and how you can enact it.
What CEOs Can Learn from Roman Emperors
Business leaders can learn a lot from history and the saga of the Roman Empire is no exception. Cornell University professor Barry Strauss is interviewed by Knowledge@Wharton about the enduring legacy of the Roman Empire and how it continues to create more opportunities for lessons in leadership.
The Emotional Intelligence Factor in Leadership Development
by Ann Holland
As a leader, your emotions can spread amongst your team. Emotional intelligence expert Daniel Goleman writes about how the emotions you exhibit can actually be infectious in nature by directly influencing the emotions of your team members.
The Three ‘Nightmare Traits’ at The Heart of Bad Leadership
by Tania FitzGeorge-Balfour
The impact that bad leadership has on employees is easy to recognize – but what about the inverse? Do employees influence the behavior and influence of leaders? Writer Tania FitzGeorge-Balfour reviews a collection of articles from the Frontiers in Psychology journal about identifying problematic qualities and preventing them from developing.