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Leadership & Organisations

Our Best of 2019: A Closer Look at Leadership

INSEAD Knowledge Editorial Staff |

This year's top articles foreshadow the coming decade's leadership challenges.

Our top articles from the past year peel back the layers of leadership, exposing a dizzying variety of social, geographical and emotional perspectives. They also reveal the complex challenges and contradictions that leaders will likely face for the next decade, and beyond.

 

Ella Miron-Spektor, INSEAD Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour

Why we need to move from an “either/or” to a “both/and” view of priorities.

 

Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries, INSEAD Distinguished Professor of Leadership Development and Organisational Change

Pay attention to your personal “energy barometer” as it reflects your inner happiness.

N. Craig Smith, INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility, and Ron Soonieus, INSEAD Executive-in-Residence and Managing Partner at Camunico

When it comes to "walking the talk" of sustainability, the type of board directors matters.

Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Strategy, and Bruno Lanvin, INSEAD Executive Director for Global Indices

Our Global Talent Competitiveness Index explains the importance of cities in innovation.

 

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