New CCL report examines the current state of Digital Leadership in Singapore and highlights the need for improved digital transformation management.
The research produced several recommendations for ways that government organizations can help new public service leaders make a smooth transition from the private sector, as well as skillsets and practices new leaders should consider and apply in their own practice.
The International Leadership Association and the Center for Creative Leadership are pleased to co-sponsor the annual Kenneth E. Clark Student Research Award to recognize outstanding unpublished papers by undergraduate and graduate students.
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Moving from survival to strategic pivot post-COVID requires organizations to reflect, reset, and recalibrate. Learn how in this white paper.
CCL selected Sylvie Plante as the 2020 Kenneth E. Clark Student Research Award winner for her paper, “Leading innovation using social capital in public-private partnerships.” The award recognizes outstanding unpublished papers by undergraduate and graduate students.
The study focused on better understanding the relationships between vocal delivery (using the AI-informed, voice-analytic technology, VoiceVibes) and leader competencies (using 360 assessments) and two leadership outcomes: leader emergence and effectiveness.
This UN75 dialogue organized by Young Professionals in Foreign Policy brings together professional experts and youth leaders for an intergenerational panel to address the critical issue of advocating for mental health and wellbeing for young people in the United States.
New white paper reviews evidence from more than 10,000 surveys and 21 interviews with youth in 20 countries on the state of youth leadership and empowerment.
The authors discuss the role leaders have in taking responsibility for both delivering on the promise of AI and creating the ethical policies that foster reputable brands, diverse communities, and thriving employees.