Companies can only innovate if their leaders are creative, so the question is, how can organizations foster creativity among their leaders? A good place to start is with research suggesting that without self-awareness, people are incapable of creativity.
If you want to be an effective leader, be open to exploring who you are as a leader, work to create the right environment for the people you lead to thrive and commit to the lifelong pursuit of developing yourself as a leader.
Of all the metrics that L&D leaders should focus on when designing a leadership training program aimed at developing conversational leadership, if you were to choose just one, it should be self-awareness.
In today’s skeptical and information-driven world, the ability to authentically communicate with others has become a coveted skill.
Leadership is one of the most common topics organizations provide training in, spending over $1.5 million just on external leadership courses in 2016.
This article draws on recent research in personality science to offer three generalizations about humility, leadership and organizational effectiveness.