In this issue Trudi West of Ashridge Business School reports on her research from the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race where she followed the crews and the dynamics within them to identify common capabilities that led to success. Heather Cairns-Lee builds on the sailing metaphor and many others in her piece on the power of metaphor founded on her doctoral study. And Kitty Chisholm describes the complexity weoften have in accurately conveying our inner thoughts.
A conversation with Bill Boulding, Associate Dean of the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
Ask most CEOs what they find the hardest and the answer is usually people related
Leadership Challenges at the Clipper Round the World Race
Leaders Fit for the Future Peter Chadwick with Bill Boulding
Employee Engagement John Smythe
Below the Leaderaship Surface Martin Engelberg & Mathias Lohmer
The Inner World of Leaders Heather Cairns-Lee
Alignment, Capability, Autonomy Trudi West with Roddy Millar
The Changing Leadership Context Jared Bleak & Tony O’Driscoll
Why is the Soft Stuff So Hard? Kitty Chisholm
Accountability in Graduate Business Administration John Branch
From research to Executive Program Creation Jennifer martineau & Emily Hoole
LEADERSHIP RESEARCH DATA FOCUS
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Rotman on Design – Roger Martin and Paola Antonelli
Steward Leadership: A Maturational Perspective – Kurt April, Julia Kirkurd and Kai Peters
Becoming a Better Boss: Why Good Management is So Difficult – Julian Birkinshaw
The Necessity of Strangers: The Intriguing Truth about Insight, Innovation and Success – Alan Gregerman
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