Want to be seen as more charismatic and leader-like? Make sure you are looking into the eyes of the people with whom you’re speaking. Research shows that the frequency and duration of eye contact leads leaders to be seen as more charismatic and...


Being humble is contagious! Research confirms that team members emulate leaders who show humility, which can enable the team to perform at its highest potential. One way to show humility is by asking for help. Take time this week to experiment with asking for help...


To lead or to be liked? Michigan Ross Professor Charleen Case and colleagues uncovered that leaders who are worried about prestige and how others perceive them often make bad decisions at the expense of the group. Experiment with divorcing your own feelings and ego...


Take a risk today – leaders are elevated for their ability to go against norms!


College is more than just classes. College-age achievement orientations, including leadership orientation, significantly predicted adult achievement orientations, suggesting the college years as an important period for leadership development. During college, gain...


Take your wellbeing into your own hands. You can sustain your own thriving by engaging in self-care, creating and maintaining high quality relationships, and building community inside and outside your organization.


The more learning behavior and coaching driven by the leader, the more psychological safety that is fostered within the team, and the more team performance benefits as a result.


As a leader, the more you engage in holistic thinking and consciously manage the paradoxes inherent to leadership, the more your subordinate’s proficiency, adaptivity, and proactivity will improve.


In the digital age, your communication tools matter. Leaders taking to social media during times of crisis should stick to Twitter. Research shows messages coming from Twitter had higher levels of engagement than those coming from Facebook.


Take the plunge! Transitioning into a leadership role bolsters emotional wellbeing and self-esteem in a lasting way.


Engage in mindfulness practices like taking a couple seconds to center your breathing. When leaders are more mindful, negotiations often leads to more cooperation and win-win situations!


While extraverted individuals tend to emerge as leaders, they are also more likely to experience greater network churn. This means that they tend to lead different people over time and leave people in their wake who once perceived them a leader, but now no longer...