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Why Followers Make Great Leaders

Idea posted: January 2024

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One of the dominant assumptions in leadership theory is that some people are meant to lead and others are meant to follow. This assumption is based on the belief that…

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Photo by ketan rajput on Unsplash
Why Extraverts Don’t Necessarily Make Good Leaders

Idea posted: January 2024

Institutions: State University of New York At Buffalo School of Management    Louisiana State University School of Leadership and Human Resource Development    Drexel University Management Department   

One resilient conclusion from leadership commentators and observers is the connection between extraversion and leadership—that is, extraverted individuals are more likely to become leaders than introverted individuals. Leadership research, however,…

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Photo by Alex Vasey on Unsplash
Prosocial Managers May Put Employee Interests Above the Company’s

Idea posted: October 2023

Institutions: Columbia Business School   

While the impact on employee behaviour of prosocial preferences the desire to care about others and avoid harming them is well-documented, little research has been conducted on the impact of…

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How Leaders Can Help Employees Adapt for the Future

Idea posted: September 2023

Institutions: PWC   

In June 2023, PWC released the results of its fourth annual Global Hopes and Fears Survey, in which 54,000 workers in 46 countries shared their views on future threats and…

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Photo on flickr (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
The Danger of Assuming Shared Psychological Safety in Teams

Idea posted: July 2023

Institutions: Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®)   

Psychological safety—the belief that it is safe to take interpersonal risks within a group—is recognized as a key attribute of high-performance teams. Research has shown that when team members are…

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Photo by Dan Dennis on Unsplash
Why You Should Not Depend on a Single Leadership Style

Idea posted: June 2023

Institutions: The Fuqua School of Business    University of Geneva; Duke University   

The leadership field is filled with suggested approaches, principles, and behaviours for effective leadership, often grouped into different leadership styles. Authentic leadership, charismatic leadership, empowering leadership, servant leadership, instrumental leadership,…

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Photo by Drparas01, 2022 (Source Wikimedia Commons)
Followers Can Fix the Damage of Leadership Incompetence

Idea posted: June 2023

Institutions: Xavier University    Williams College of Business; University of Ghana Business School   

Leadership involves a dynamic relationship between leader and follower to which both parties contribute. The study of “followership,” focuses on the vital role that followers play in the leader-follower relationship…

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Statue of Don Quijote and Sancho Panza in Brussels (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Statue of Don Quijote and Sancho Panza in Brussels (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Bad Is Stronger than Good

Idea posted: May 2023

Institutions: Case Western Reserve University   

A wide-ranging overview of related psychological studies reveals that, without exception, bad has a greater impact than good, no matter the context. Here is some of the evidence presented by…

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Photo by Finan Akbar on Unsplash
Making Messages Linger with Thought-Provoking Stories

Idea posted: May 2023

Institutions: York University    Johns Hopkins University   

After we have finished a compelling book or a film, the narrative of the story will linger in our minds. This lingering is involuntary: we do not choose or decide…

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Photo by Johnny McClung on Unsplash

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