Category Archives: Leadership and Organizational Leadership

Will hierarchies be around?

Envisions Inayatullah, “Power moves from rigid hierarchies to far more fluid and socially inventive networks.”  In Angel’s article, he indicates that “the traditional style of ‘command and control’ does not work as well as it used to …” He further … Continue reading

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tomorrow’s leaders — what will they be like?

To which types of leaders are Rubenstein’s comments on leadership (see program synopsis) most applicable? Emergent leaders or appointed leaders? Conviction leaders or consensus leaders? Task-oriented, people-oriented, or process-oriented leaders? And which of these types of leaders will be most … Continue reading

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be a leader of leaders!

It’s your turn to be a leader of leaders!  Considering the highly polarizing natures of several contemporary political, geopolitical, and socioeconomic issues, in what way would you transform the conversation and provide opportunities for people of opposing persuasions to engage … Continue reading

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tomorrow’s leaders — how will they emerge?

According to Howard Gardner (as discussed in Groff’s article), intrapersonal intelligence and a separate sense of self and individual identity are found primarily in Western cultures – and in Japan, for example, which is a group culture, one who promotes … Continue reading

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