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Leader humour is one of the primary leadership behaviours and impacts a wide range of outcomes, including performance, as well as higher employee job satisfaction, stress reduction and higher employee engagement Employee creativity Employee creativity is often the foundation of organisational innovation, which itself is the basis of a business’s competitive advantage. Consequently, determining which […]Read more
In order to grow and maintain their performance organisations need to produce new leaders on a fairly consistent basis. As less experienced team members step into key roles and form their identities as leaders, they are essentially going through a process of self-discovery. Leadership identity develops as individuals step into the leadership role, and that […]Read more
One of the often-asked questions is whether gender makes a difference in terms of leadership. There is a vast array of research looking at areas to do with gender and leadership, a proportion of which is in contention, with contradictory findings being reported. So, what is the current state of research about the relationship between […]Read more
The sheer number of leadership concepts is creating confusion and just trying to keep up with new notions of leadership is a full time job. As a result there is a lot of confusion and overlap between leadership concepts, the variety of different styles, traits, behaviours and other ideas that proliferate in the leadership literature. Explosion […]Read more