Despite the success of women in the military, they still face a glass ceiling. UB School of Management expert Kate Bezrukova and visiting Fulbright scholar Nataliia Kalmykova explore why.
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UB School of Management expert Danielle Tussing explores the research into why — and when — leaders should share positive emotions at work.
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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.
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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.
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Min-Hsuan Tu, an expert on power and leadership, shares how you can improve organizational culture amid the Great Resignation.
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Good leaders must be effective communicators, especially via email. Learn how you can draft messages that make things happen.
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University at Buffalo School of Management expert Prasad Balkundi shares his advice and predictions for the future of remote work.
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As Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues, UB School of Management expert Kate Bezrukova examines how misinformation takes root in groups.
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With personal connections to the war in Ukraine, Paul Tesluk, dean of the UB School of Management, finds hope in the leadership of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
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For many voters, partisan loyalties override moral judgment. Leadership scholar James Lemoine delves into why this occurs and how we can move beyond politics to elect effective leaders.