This issue of Developing Leaders brings a wide range of different flavoured idea seedlings to the fore. Ulf Lindgren spearheads some ideas a on reforming the role of the chairman as part of a series of articles he is writing on ‘Boards of the Future’. Prof Paddy Miller and Thomas Wedel-Wedellsborg at IESE show the greenness of their fingers by explaining how innovation is often best nurtured covertly. Fons Trompenaar looks at how the Servant-Leader can bring advantages across multicultural business spaces. And mark Bell and colleagues look at the perception of coaching and how words shape activity.
What do Dante and female leaders have in common? The ability to lead others by first understanding themselves.
Professor Richard D Arvey
The idea that leadership is either genetically or environmentally influenced is a false dichotomy.
The organization as a cultural context for leaders
Female Leadership Karin Jironet
Exploiting Social Networks at Corporate Universities Annick Renaud-Coulon
Coach vs Mentor Ian Chisolm, Bradley Chisolm and Mark Bell
Growing the Chairman’s Value Ulf Lindgren
Leadership: Is it in the Genes? Richard D Arvey
Building a Sustainable Business Culture Ramon Arratia
Stealthstorming Professor Paddy Miller & Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg
Enabling Outstanding Leadership Gemma Pearson
Leadership Professionals Roddy Millar / Kellogg
Angola Business School Rita Alonso
Anatomy of a program
Innovators Shall Inherit the Earth Roddy Millar / Chicago Booth
Copycats – Oded Shankar
The Lords of Strategy – Walter Kiechel III
Business Exposed – Freek Vermeulen
The Future of Leadership Development – Jordi Canals
Personal Brands – Roberto Alvarez del Blanco
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