Monthly Archives: October 2013

Culture Matters – 6106-T6

Even though most scholars acknowledge the importance of context when it comes to understanding leadership, this recognition has not yet had an adequate impact on the way that leadership is studied. Those initiatives that have been carried out have primarily … Continue reading

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Romance of Leadership – 6106-T5

As elusive and yet desirable as an adequate understanding of leadership may be, there is no denying the fact that we have a tendency to overestimate its importance. James Meindl and his collaborators refer to this phenomenon as the romance … Continue reading

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Embodiment – 6106-T4

Leadership is not simply a function of the disembodied brain or heart. Whether we conceive of leadership as a thought process, an emotional process, or some combination of both, the organs we associate with these processes are part of our … Continue reading

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Leadership Communication – 6106-T3

Many commentators suggest that communication is the key to effective leadership, and this may be true. However, I would like to think that effective communication is the key to successful human co-existence, no matter what the social setting. Looking at … Continue reading

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