bored worker
Searching for a mental health connection when leaders are missing in action
woman leader

They tend to have “communal” priorities that shape corporate policies on social responsibility

Unconscious biases are roadblocks to sound decision making. Here’s what neuroscience tells us about how to de-activate these biases and build more effective leaders and innovators
mindfulness at work

The practice of mindfulness has a positive impact on transformational leadership – but it’s not a magic bullet

If you need to kill complexity, here’s where you should train your guns
60-minutesThursday August 10, 2017 1:00 PM EDT
Data are delightful but intuition is integral when sorting through options and setting a course. Here’s how to use experience and values to make the best decisions
Session Leader(s): 
Worn out shoes
Minimum income initiatives and child credits the first steps of a long leadership track
Women who hold higher status than their partners have a greater chance of experiencing divorce. Having a helpful husband is one antidote to the Oscar love curse
Can we get real? Texting, emailing, and talking at the same time is no way to be effective. Here’s how to mitigate the damage
Checklists have proven value but your employees balk at using them. Next time, get their input and sweeten the deal
How organizations account for female board membership can end up marginalizing the very people they want to champion
Theranos was going to revolutionize how blood tests were carried out, reality be damned
Abusive leadership has lasting negative effects on athletes’ performance

While organizations have become fairly adept at the management side of business, many are lacking when it comes to providing leadership and meaning to followers.

Smith School of Business

Goodes Hall, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
Canada K7L 3N6

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