The 2020 elections marked a turning point for women in U.S. politics and the media. So “are we there yet?” Ehh, not yet.
Narrowly focused on leadership as a goal-focused activity, conventional approaches to teaching it, argues Shaista Khilji, have led to the dehumanization of leadership.
Being bad at math can kill people. Even experts who should understand medical science and help us make good health decisions sometimes […]
We found that not only did approval/liking of President Trump strongly, and positively, predict Americans’ approval of his handling of the pandemic, but it also had significant, negative effects on personal protection behaviors.
Cyrill Walters investigated the current styles of leadership in South African higher education institutions and has developed a model of the primary competencies leaders need.
Since COVID-19 first began spreading around the world, there have been myriad examples of leadership that has not only motivated people to […]