Topic: Leadership

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Reflection as the Engine of Ethical Inquiry

In this age of Enron and WorldCom, how can we jump-start much-needed ethical inquiry within the corporate world? The engine to do so may …

A New Story for a New Time

Throughout our existence, people have told stories as a way to understand our place in the universe and shape our action. When a radically …

“Staging” a Comeback at Unilever

Over the past couple of years, O some brave souls in the business world have started to talk about the link between personal growth …

Creating Tomorrow’s Innovators Today

In 2010, IBM’s Institute for Business Value surveyed 1,500 chief executives from 60 counties and 33 industries to determine the foremost issue confronting them …

Revving Up a New Model of Change Leadership

What explains a large company’s success in launching—and sustaining—profound change? Certainly luck and timing might play a part, as can dramatic, visible shifts in …

Leadership at the Inflection Point

For a leader, few experiences compare with the gut-wrenching discovery that you are unprepared to face a changing reality. It’s even worse if you …

Timely Leadership Through Action Inquiry

The number of leadership titles flooding the marketplace these days reflects people’s quest to find ways for their organizations to respond effectively to the …

Three Attributes to Sustainable Leadership

In Resonant Leadership: Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others Through Mindfulness, Hope, and Compassion (Harvard Business School Press, 2005), Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee …

Achieving Breakthrough Business Results Through Personal Change

In 1997 Rick Fox, asset leader on Ursa, Shell Oil’s largest deep-water project in the Gulf of Mexico, faced a quandary: Oil drilling problems …

A or B?

Sometimes, you simply have to choose. Do I send my child to this day care or that one? Do I buy this new car …