Corporate leadership has to think in much broader terms today – not just about business strategy and people, but also about how those people engage and interconnect. This includes the physical space they inhabit: the office. The way in which it is structured for operation, and meets the needs of diverse groups, are increasingly recognized as critical to business performance.Czytaj więcej
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Intelligent behavior has long been considered a uniquely human attribute. But as computer science and IT networks progress exponentially, artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly standing out as the transformational technology of our age. From industry 4.0 outwards, human and artificial intelligence may compete for jobs. But they will increasingly collaborate and complement each other. What kind of leadership will be needed to make that happen? Here is our summary.Czytaj więcej
In this second article in our series 'Leadership and the Brain', Amrop guest writer, neuroscientist Dr. Tara Swart, introduces her new tool for Leadership Agility. As the demands upon leaders reach dizzying levels, this science-based, compelling and simple platform will help senior executives understand and enhance their performance - and that of their entourage.Czytaj więcej
Trust in leadership is at an all-time low. Tales of incompetence or negligence dominate business headlines. Other reports paint a grim picture of executives whose mental and physical health, private lives and values are collapsing under the sheer weight of information and work overload. How can senior managers make a change for the better?Czytaj więcej