Leadership 9.0 · 19. February 2020
Gallup found that in 2019, the percentage of "engaged" workers in the U.S. -- those who are highly involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace -- reached 35%. This is a new high since Gallup began tracking this in 2000.

Leadership 9.0 · 24. October 2019
When you hear the word intelligence, the concept of IQ testing comes to mind. Intelligence is often defined as our intellectual potential; something we are born with, something that can be measured, and a capacity that is difficult to change

Leadership 9.0 · 20. August 2019
Nearly 200 chief executives, including the leaders of Apple, Pepsi and Walmart, tried on Monday to redefine the role of business & companies in society.

Leadership 9.0 · 14. August 2019
This quote from Daniel Goleman, author of the bestseller „Emotional Intelligence“ is a clear message. Innovation is the driver for sustainable growth in advanced economies. How to do so, how to innovate?

When roughly 94% of Fortune 1000 chief executive officers (CEOs) are men, what qualities drive the 6% who are women to the most elite reaches of corporate leadership? To find out, the Korn Ferry Institute studied 57 women who have been CEO at Fortune 1000-listed companies and others of similar size. Here is the result - I invite both women and men to join!

Leadership 9.0 · 01. March 2019
Two recent studies have drawn our attention - their results we briefly want to share with you. Part 2.

Leadership 9.0 · 01. March 2019
Two recent studies have drawn our attention - their results we briefly want to share with you. Part 1.

Greta Thunberg, the 16 year old young girl from Sweden currently shows the world what true leadership is about : being brave and clear.

Leadership 9.0 · 03. September 2018
In 1979, Michael Porter published the article about his concept of „sustainable competitive advantage“. With this concept, he re-defined the strategy process in organizations. It was helpful in the following years, but in todays dynamic world, this is seldom of use.

Once daily these „Weiber“ from Eastern Tibet are doing their „soul hygiene“. They walk every day the holy kora around the buddhist monasteries in their village, a path that is approximately 3km long and leads them along 4 monasteries and some stupas. They need between 30 minutes and 2 hours - depending on how much they have to laugh, cry, pray, forgive or accept. The kora stands in tibetian buddhism for the ritual of surrounding a holy place. In that part of our earth, the women take...

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