Posts Tagged ‘values’

If you want to be a leader, start talking. It doesn’t even particularly matter what you say, according to a study testing the appropriately-named “babble hypothesis”. US scientists found that quantity, rather than quality, of speaking determined who was perceived as a leader in small groups.

World Economic Forum, 9 August, 2021

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Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs are a top priority for more companies than ever before, with corporations and organisations spending billions of dollars annually on them. Unfortunately, many of these efforts do not have a lasting impact, and some could even end up leading to more division in the organisation.

Forbes, 2 August 2021

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power

How leaders lose mental capacities—most notably for reading other people—that were essential to their rise. Studies show that being in a position of power has side effects like loss of empathy and contact with reality, recklessness and incompetence. Is that necessarily bad? And if it is, how can it be addressed?

via The Atlantic, July/August 2017

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social impact

Cranlana is dedicated to strengthening wise and courageous leadership. Our purpose is to equip leaders to create change for the better in our society. After working with senior leaders across the private, government and not for profit sectors for nearly 30 years, have we? We launched our inaugural impact evaluation survey late last year to find out.

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