Search results

Sort by: Relevancy | sort ascendingDate | Title | Rating

The Pilot Faints, from Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner, illustrated by Gustave Doré, published 1798

Choosing a CEO: Safe Pair of Hands Vs Too Much Experience

Idea posted: November 2013
  • CSR & Governance
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

A good track record of experience as a CEO does not necessarily lead to success in subsequent appointments. Evidence suggests that those appointed to the CEO role without a background in the role outperform their more seasoned counterparts. Why is this so, and what can prior CEOs do to avoid ‘the experience trap’? 

Idea #270
Read Idea
American Gothic, Grant Wood, 1930, Art Institute of Chicago

Mars Vs Venus: Gender and Self-Image in the Workplace

Idea posted: March 2013
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour
Institutions: IE Business School

When it comes to assessing their leadership capability, men and women react quite differently to feedback from their peers. Women are more inclined to take co-workers’ views about them to heart. The way forward for both sexes’ development as leaders is to understand these peer opinions, close the gaps discovered, and seek the right support to build on their leadership competencies.

Idea #108
Read Idea
Real Time Analytics