Managers and entrepreneurs that embrace spirituality can open themselves up to greater opportunities for innovation - here's how to do it...
Ever felt left out at home or at the office? Research has shown that feeling excluded at home can negatively impact employee creativity, more so than feeling excluded at work.
More and more business leaders are speaking out on environmental, social, and political issues which are often not directly related to their business. This phenomenon is referred to as ‘CEO activism’. But how can CEOs ensure the stance they take doesn't backfire?
Good managers know that there can be a lot of power within their emotions. Learning how to identify, understand and manage them can help to ensure success, according to new research...
We live in a world where we are more likely to listen to the phone in our hands than friends or colleagues. According to research from BI Norwegian Business School, this is the tendency for certain people in leadership positions, putting themselves at a disadvantage.
A study has revealed that CEOs with an exaggerated sense of self-confidence can actually do more harm than good to their firms, being less likely to listen to performance feedback.
New research has discovered that founding CEOs over-exaggerate by only 15% in forecasts to investors, whereas non-founder CEOs aver-exaggerate by as much as 27%
Understanding what contributes to different ideas of career success is important, says new research, as it is linked to greater life satisfaction and psychological well-being.