Society needs intelligent and mature leaders. Acquiring such skills is a lifelong process.
Venezuelans flee a food shortage protest.
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Venezuela sits at the edge of a humanitarian calamity. A GSU international mediation expert explains how outsiders can play a critical role in resolving the cause – a deeply rooted political battle.
Both Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten are complex, enigmatic figures.
A party can have the most brilliantly informed and farsighted policies. But if the protagonists cannot communicate these effectively to the electorate, they will be overlooked.
Klip Klopp, watch him pop.
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Four football managers who made it to the top of their game with talent, and just a little charisma.
The emerging world order needs leaders with specific modes of intelligence to deal with the challenges ahead.
A leader with high contextual intelligence understands that they need the 'right set of glasses' to look at the world.
It can’t be business (training) as usual for MBA students any more.
Employers still love a smart MBA graduate, but business schools are increasingly accused of not meeting the needs of a changing market.
But did you vote for the candidate that best matches your beliefs?
Even with free, private ballots, a quarter of us still end up voting for the 'wrong' presidential candidate. Here's how to make sure you vote for the one who best matches your beliefs and hopes.
But who’s the favourite?
FIFA stands on the cusp of a new era. Here are the chances of the men who want to take on the challenge.
Modern, transformative university leaders invite and really listen to all perspectives.
In future, universities will only survive if they can produce knowledge fast and innovate. This will require transformational leadership that gets everyone involved.
Darling of Davos: Christine Lagarde.
How the importance of the IMF's top echelon is often overstated.
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The Donald Trump story is one of corporate success – with a little help from family and government.
Toxic leaders make for exploitative, destructive, devaluing and demeaning work experiences.
Three in ten leaders across the world are toxic. Toxic leaders destroy individuals as well as organisations, and affect the performance of a society and country.
Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn resigned after the company was caught deliberately cheating on emissions tests.
There were many examples of ethics failures in 2015. So what's missing from company leaders?
Star Wars actor Daisy Ridley leaves a couple of stormtroopers on the sidelines.
Rey, Leia and Captain Phasma prove this film is light years ahead of the gender equality curve.
Jacob Zuma’s bungling over the finance minister position has left him politically vulnerable.
South African President Jacob Zuma has lost control of his party and his administration. It is time citizens came together and gave the old man a helping hand to exit.
To position itself as a leader in innovation, Australian business will have to be more diverse.
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A national innovation agenda is bound to undershoot its promise if R&D is not inherently embraced by the top ranks of corporate Australia.
Michael Fassbender playing Steve Jobs.
The latest Steve Jobs film does not shy away from showing the darker sides of his character and the cult of leadership that surrounded him.
Heads of the board.
Lord Sugar's approach to business leadership might make fun viewing but it doesn't reflect the modern boardroom.
Neville Wran, New South Wales premier from 1976 to 1986, was Australia’s first modern leader, building and using ‘political capital’.
Tax reform will be a hard sell, even for a prime minister of Malcolm Turnbull’s standing and imagination.
I’ve been feeling uncharacteristically optimistic about the future of the country. Like most Australians, it seems, I’m infatuated with Malcolm Turnbull. My unaccustomed euphoria has been brought on by…