Leadership Today

Leading Future Talents

Gessila Barba, Dikshya Sharma & Anneli Matila-van Houtum Introduction This paper discusses the next generation organizational culture and the attributes required from the leaders of the future talents. An organization’s culture is defined, cultivated, and implemented by its leader(s) and it manifests as the way of operating all the way to the customer (Rossi 2015). …

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Responsible leadership and its characteristics

Tuuli Laakso, Julia Lampinen, Riina Streng Introduction Responsible leadership is a broad concept that includes topics such as ethicality, morality, and responsibility of leadership. Today, topics like work well-being, mental health and inclusivity are discussed openly and the younger work force requires those to be accounted for at a workplace. Also, younger generations are more …

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How leaders changed overtime and what changes did they bring

Louise Garrivier, Jules Devaulx de Chambord, Jérémy Plantier Introduction After our studies, we are all destined to work in companies or build new ones. Some of us will even become managers and will have to rely, more than any other employee, on his colleagues to reach goals. The responsibilities are, thereby, high and being able …

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AI – the technology against discrimination in recruiting?

Authors: Lotte Bouwmans, Thomas Thiel, Flora Stein AI is everywhere these days, much more than you might think. Just think: maybe you recently bought a new piece of clothing that was recommended to you online, or prepared a new recipe that you saw in a sponsored ad, or maybe Siri told you today what the …

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Cultural and structural barriers for a female leader

Nina Förderung, Niklas Roll, Til Schwane “If more women are in leadership roles, we’ll stop assuming they shouldn’t be.” -Sheryl Sandberg Women are historically based identified with the home and the care of children and men are identified with the working life. That leads to woman that are less valued and tend to give them …

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Benefits of Leading Occupational Wellbeing and Leadership Models

David Amankwaa, Sami Pöndelin & Riku Saressalo Introduction As the need for wellbeing is on the rise so is the need for softer values of leaders. Companies are currently in transitional phases. The main purpose of our paper was to find out the most suitable leadership style to promote employee wellbeing. As we discovered, though, …

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