A family business survives and thrives thanks to a delicate balance of economic, business, social and emotional factors. But this requires a unifying and transformative leadership model, says IE’s Manuel Bermejo.
Authenticity is not always a desirable trait in a manager, especially if their natural behaviour is unpleasant. Managers need to adopt different styles for different situations, says Stefan Stern.
Digitalisation and market growth are the major challenges facing senior business executives in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, according to the 2017 Corporate Learning Pulse global survey. Conducted on behalf of Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance, the survey considers the future direction of leadership development.
Business leaders are wrestling with ever more ethical issues. But knowing what constitutes good behaviour is easier than embedding ethical decision-making in a way that supports high performance, says Roger Steare.