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Pawel Korzynski


Pawel Korzynski is a Visiting Scholar at INSEAD as well as an Associate Professor at Kozminski University in Poland, where he teachers Digital Leadership and Human Resource Management.

He is a researcher and scholar passionate about leadership and online social technologies; an HR consultant specialising in recruitment and selection, training and development and employee evaluation; and an executive with 10-year experience working with more than 50 inspiring HR specialists.

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Leadership & Organisations

The Competencies and Constraints That Determine Leadership Success

Pawel Korzynski

A novel management theory looks past individual leaders to constraints that might limit their effectiveness.


Social Media Helps Global “Dream Teams” Come Together

P. Korzynski and G. Mazurek

Academic international collaboration is now evolving beyond conferences or formal networks as constantly improving social media connects more researchers.

Leadership & Organisations

How Technology Threatens Mental Health – Especially if You’re Inauthentic

P. Korzynski, C. Rook, E. Florent Treacy, M. F. R. Kets de Vries

When the personality you show the world doesn’t match your true self, it can sap the energy you would otherwise need to deal with technostress.


Employees as Social Media Influencers

How organisations can get workers to post more company-related content willingly.


How Making New Friends on LinkedIn Can Boost Creativity

Proactive online social networking enhances the link between personal innovativeness and creativity.


The Human Cost of Digital Technologies

Pawel Korzynski, Elizabeth Florent Treacy, Manfred Kets de Vries

As companies race towards digitisation, the expectation that people in organisations need to be permanently on-call is creating very human challenges. How well an individual copes depends on their personality.