In times of crisis, having a clear purpose is more important than ever. The next time your team is in a difficult situation, how can you help them find purpose?


The findings indicate that lawyers often adopt uncooperative strategies in court to visibly distance themselves from opposing counsel who were once collaborators, highlighting a critical mechanism by which past collaborations can undermine rather than support future...


When communicating a vision to others, use concrete language where there is a good chance each person will imagine the same vision to go with your words.


On orienting your organization to compete in the market, and deciding on team systems: multiteam system structures result in more innovative outcomes than an integrated team structure due to paths of communication becoming overloading, and therefore inefficient.


When financial resources are low but organizational support is high, organizations experience positive effects on profitability.


Leaders who balance competing priorities (like driving results and leaving space for creativity) create more flexible and innovative teams. How can you look for the “yes, and…” in your teams when you’re under tension?


In times of crisis and high anxiety, adopting a servant leader mentality, or prioritizing serving the greater good, increases job engagement and community impact.


Individuals who identify as servant leaders may experience psychological strain and role conflict. Research shows increasing leader-leader interactions, or obtaining resources from superior leaders, can boost energy and reduce strain.


When orienting your organization for competition in the market, it is intuitive that radical innovation can be more profitable than incremental innovation. However, results also indicate that incompatible innovation (over compatible innovation) and...


When leading for innovation, it has been shown that placing a higher emphasis on exploitation and exploration is detrimental to innovative solutions. However, striking a balance between detail-orientation and outcome-orientation, without a polar emphasis on either,...


Creating an environment that decreases an individual’s risk perception will lead to greater attempts at informal leadership taking place.


Want to increase workplace safety? Research shows that task-oriented leadership followed by relational-oriented leadership are the most important contributors to workplace safety.