UB School of Management expert Danielle Tussing explores the research into why — and when — leaders should share positive emotions at work. Continue reading Positive emotions: To suppress or share?
Effective leadership requires versatility. UB School of Management expert Tim Maynes digs into the research and explains how you can become more adaptable as a leader. Continue reading Pivot like a pro
What makes a great leader or a great manager? Is there a difference? Leadership coach Marsha King gives her perspective on these questions and more. Continue reading Management and leadership: An alternative to traditional thinking
Min-Hsuan Tu, an expert on power and leadership, shares how you can improve organizational culture amid the Great Resignation. Continue reading Creating a positive workplace
At UB, the former Secretary of State shares her perspective on gender and leadership If you are anything like me, you think a lot about leadership and the type of leadership we need in today’s world. At the UB School Continue reading What I Learned about Leadership from Condoleezza Rice
Entrepreneur, author and activist Barb Stegemann shares her leadership philosophy and previews her talk for this year’s CLOE conference. “Know thyself.” – Socrates Ancient philosophers have shown us that one of the most evident signs of a leader is an Continue reading Living and leading in an illogical world
As a lifelong Western New Yorker, I’ve had the opportunity to enjoy UB’s 32-year tradition of bringing world-famous speakers to Buffalo as part of the Distinguished Speakers Series. I’ve heard stories from authors, experts and innovators, from President Jimmy Carter Continue reading 3 Things I Learned about Leadership from Joe Biden at UB