This paper leverages natural language processing to generate a classification system of leader challenges and examines whether the challenges covary with leader characteristics.
The future of work is calling for human-centered leadership. Here are five actions that can help you and the leaders in your organization get there.
A growth mindset framing encourages students to seek out more challenges rather than avoid them, a behavior that is expected to eventually enhance their academic achievement.
Using a case study strategy, the authors examine the adoption and application of a particular relational view of leadership, the Direction-Alignment-Commitment (DAC) Framework.
This article presents the results of a benchmark survey covering current uses of digitally enabled assessment and development tools, future adoption trends, and barriers to implementation.
This year’s report shares evidence-based research on advancing the human-centered leadership that will be key for individuals and organizations to thrive now and in the future.
The article, published in Talent Management, shares insights from over 15,000 young globally located workers. Suggestions on how organizations can equitably recruit and support new leaders are provided.
Anand Chandrasekar Has Been Elected to the Board of the International Academy for Intercultural Research (IAIR)
Established in 1997, IAIR is a professional interdisciplinary organization dedicated to the understanding and improvement of intercultural relations through world-class social science research.
This article presents a framework for understanding leaders’ challenges across organizational levels. Equipped with this knowledge, CHROs can focus their leadership development initiatives on what matters most.