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Leaders that are depleted

Depleted Leaders Do Foolish Things

Have you seen someone you know become rude or snappy when they’re tired? Of course you’ve never done this. We’re talking about other people. […]

Dissertation winner in the news

Shooting For Mars: Research into Multiteam Leadership Wins FIU Center for Leadership 2017 Research Dissertation Award

Can a better understanding of leadership across multiple teams help send the right people to Mars? Dr. Dorothy Carter believes it may. […]

News Matt Anderson

FIU Center for Leadership Honors Matthew Anderson with 2017 Emerging Leader Award

Miami native Matthew Anderson has committed his young career to making his hometown a better home for all its residents. In recognition of his accomplishments, Anderson was named the recipient of The Emerging Leader Award for 2017. […]

Just How Contagious Is Your Good Mood? And Why It Matters for Leaders

Just How Contagious Is Your Good Mood? And Why It Matters for Leaders

Several years ago, Facebook conducted a fascinating experiment to look at just how contagious emotions are. Without giving away what they were up to, they temporarily changed the news feed of 689,000 Facebook users by either omitting most of the ‘positive’ emotional posts in a user’s news feed […]

Why good relationships (but not close friendships) matter for your leadership

Why good relationships (but not close friendships) matter for your leadership

In a recent research study, staffing and recruiting firm, Randstad, found that the number one reason employees leave their job is their immediate supervisor. This idea is also transmitted by a well-known saying: “People don’t leave bad organizations, they leave bad bosses.” […]

Good intentions are not enough: How gender bias shows up in subtle ways.

Good intentions are not enough: How gender bias shows up in subtle ways.

Sure, many organizations say they want to create more opportunities for women in leadership. And many organizations actually mean it. But even with good intentions, organizations (and you) may be unintentionally making it more difficult for women to ascend and succeed in leadership positions. How? Here are two ways that gender bias shows up in […]