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Leadership & Management Insights

Welcome to the Institute of Leadership & Management's new podcast show where we discuss the latest research and developments in leadership and management with special guests.

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Future Trends in Leadership & Management: Shifting priorities

The pandemic has shaken up business priorities and many predict that it will continue to have lasting influence on the future direction of organisations. Covid-19, as well as the rapid development of digital technologies, Brexit and environmental issues are all catalysts for an anticipated change in priorities in the next five to 10 years. It is predicted that innovation and more compassionate leadership will take centre stage, according to a new study released today, ‘Future Trends in Leadership & Management – shifting priorities’, from The Institute of Leadership & Management.

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16 Dec 2020

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Drucker Audio White Paper Podcast Series: Resilient Leadership

In this podcast series, thought leaders, academics, and leadership practitioners from around the world, explore whether leadership is a fresh perspective on management as the 12th global Drucker forum suggests, and in looking for these fresh perspectives, questioning whether we are retaining outdated, primarily Western models of leadership that need to be discarded. In this episode, Jummy Okoya, Joy Maitland, and Liza Popovska consider the role of resilience.

9mins

10 Nov 2020

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Drucker Audio White Paper Podcast Series: Compassionate Leadership

In this podcast series, thought leaders, academics, and leadership practitioners from around the world, explore whether leadership is a fresh perspective on management as the 12th global Drucker forum suggests, and in looking for these fresh perspectives, questioning whether we are retaining outdated, primarily Western models of leadership that need to be discarded. In this episode, Michael Jenkins, Emmanuelle Duez, and Christina Ioannidis consider whether a more compassionate style of leadership is needed.

9mins

9 Nov 2020

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Drucker Audio White Paper Podcast Series: Ethical Leadership

In this podcast series, thought leaders, academics, and leadership practitioners from around the world, explore whether leadership is a fresh perspective on management as the 12th global Drucker forum suggests, and in looking for these fresh perspectives, questioning whether we are retaining outdated, primarily Western models of leadership that need to be discarded. In this episode, Bronwyn Williams, Arun Sacher, Raymond Madden and Claire Nelson explore what it means to lead ethically.

9mins

6 Nov 2020

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Drucker Audio White Paper Podcast Series: Inclusive Leadership

In this podcast series, thought leaders, academics, and leadership practitioners from around the world, explore whether leadership is a fresh perspective on management as the 12th global Drucker forum suggests, and in looking for these fresh perspectives, questioning whether we are retaining outdated, primarily Western models of leadership that need to be discarded. In this episode, Harini Chari, Suki Bassi, Effenus Henderson, Uzma Waseem and Seigo Sakai offer their visions of a leadership that is literally everywhere because it is an inclusive one.

10mins

5 Nov 2020

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Drucker Audio White Paper Podcast Series: Leading Change

In this podcast series, thought leaders, academics, and leadership practitioners from around the world, explore whether leadership is a fresh perspective on management as the 12th global Drucker forum suggests, and in looking for these fresh perspectives, questioning whether we are retaining outdated, primarily Western models of leadership that need to be discarded. In this episode, Catherine Hayes, Rob Caldera, Marina Dzhashi, Steve Wells, and Lizra Fabien share their perspectives on the changes that organisations will have no choice, but to respond to, and how they might deliver change that is successful for all concerned.

10mins

4 Nov 2020

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Drucker Audio White Paper Podcast Series: Outdated Concepts of Leadership

In this podcast series, thought leaders, academics, and leadership practitioners from around the world, explore whether leadership is a fresh perspective on management as the 12th global Drucker forum suggests, and in looking for these fresh perspectives, questioning whether we are retaining outdated, primarily Western models of leadership that need to be discarded. In this episode, George E. Reed, Ian Stewart, Steve Read, and Tim Baker argue for discarding and keeping some of the old familiar models of leadership.

10mins

3 Nov 2020

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Drucker Audio White Paper Podcast Series: Peter Drucker’s insights

In this podcast series, thought leaders, academics, and leadership practitioners from around the world, explore whether leadership is a fresh perspective on management as the 12th global Drucker forum suggests, and in looking for these fresh perspectives, questioning whether we are retaining outdated, primarily Western models of leadership that need to be discarded. In this episode, Penny de Valk, Muhammad Azam Roomi, Si Alhir and Sally Helgesen pay particular attention to the work of the late Peter Drucker, the so-called father of management, through a 2020 lens.

10mins

2 Nov 2020

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Workplace Neurodiversity: The Power Of Difference

New research from The Institute of Leadership & Management in partnership with Infinite Autism, Tourette's Action and Autistic Nottingham, has revealed a significant lack of understanding and awareness of neurodivergents in the workplace despite an estimated one in seven people being neurodivergent, which includes a range of conditions such as autism and dyslexia. You can read the full research reports on institutelm.com

9mins

28 Oct 2020

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Life After Lockdown: The future of work

The survey has found: 61 per cent of leaders and managers think their businesses will survive, and 12 per cent predict future growth. Homeworking is here to stay – only 1 in 3 (33 per cent) of leaders and managers think they’ll return to working in the location they worked pre-lockdown. 3 in 5 (60 per cent) believe face-to-face meetings and business travel will reduce. 20 per cent think they will move organisations after the pandemic. 1 in 3 (33 per cent) think employers will reduce the use of formal office space. Half think there will be a greater investment in homeworking.

10mins

15 Jul 2020

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