7 min read · Jun 22nd · Do you dream of being named CEO or President in the future but have no idea how to get there? That’s OK — Anjali Sud, who became CEO of Vimeo at the age of 34, tells you what you need t…
A lot of people feel like they need formal authority to lead, but I think the best leaders and best CEOs in the world don’t ever rely on formal authority.
As a leader, you have to make it really easy and comfortable for people to call you out when you’re wrong.
At any level, as you move up, just be aware of your blind spots and look for ways to create transparency.
6 min read · Jun 8th · Around the world, voters appear to be turning away from traditional political organisations, but can democracy survive without them?
The choice between candidates and the political parties they represent has become a defining feature of most democratic elections
Today's extreme polarisation means that much of the public is more strongly attached to their own party, says Rosenblum, and party-led voter suppression or voter mobilisation efforts in fact make party leaders more powerful than ever.
Voters, they argue, have neither the time nor the background to research costs and benefits of policies and weigh their personal interests against what's best for the majority in the long run.
7 min read · Feb 16th · Real authenticity is playful, not rigid, and it’s part of the lifelong process of learning about yourself, says leadership researcher Herminia Ibarra PhD.
What’s tricky about these transition points is not that the new skills are hard to learn, it’s that the old ones have become core to our sense of who we are, our identity. As a result, not sticking with them feels like we’re somehow being inauthentic and so we do — and we get stuck.
5 min read · 2020-06-10 · Emotional intelligence isn't all about being sweet and chipper, says Harvard psychologist and researcher Daniel Goleman. Every moment is an opportunity to strengthen these overlooked skills that will…