Thursday, September 16, 2021
A scary word. A negative word. A constant fact of life.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a phenomenon experienced in high fidelity over the last 18 months!
The act of leading.
The qualities of a leader.
The demonstration of a behavior.
A constantly changing role in times of disruption?
In the second issue of In the Lead, we explore the topic of leadership in the face of disruption. What are the disruptions leaders face? How can they react? What have they learned? Can we apply these lessons in the future?
We bring you perspectives from the sports industry, food industry, higher education and a family business. We bring you perspectives on what the new generation entering the workforce sees as a differentiator in their undergraduate experience that makes them a better leader today. We also bring you highlights from "Future of Leadership: 2021," an annual survey focused on generating insight and foresight into the future of leadership from leaders of the future.
We are looking at a new beginning. In parts of the world, we seem to have turned the corner on the current disruption brought upon us by COVID-19, but we will feel the aftereffects for some time to come. We will experience new disruptions. But we know we can overcome any disruption. We can lead, better. We are In the Lead!
In the Lead Editors:
- Ruchin Kansal, M.B.A., Associate Director, Business Leadership Center
- Steven Lorenzet, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Stillman School of Business
- Bryan Price, Ph.D., Executive Director, Buccino Leadership Institute
Click here to read the latest issue of In the Lead magazine, and feel free to share the content with others.
"A" Is for Advocate
A family-business leader shares the importance of developing a customer-centric culture.
By Cathy Choi
In the Lead with Josh Harris
A conversation on leadership challenges in the sports industry.
By The Editors
Leadership When Normal Is No Longer
Amid great disruption, leaders must both examine the past and manage a dizzying pace of change.
By Frank Diana and John H. Shannon
The Future of Leadership Survey
Insight and Foresight into the Future of Leadership.
By Ruchin Kansal, Karen Boroff, Steven Lorenzet and Alexander McCauley
A chief executive in health care and higher education shares how leaders can engage in the critical skill of character development.
By Mary J. Meehan
Michael Cappelluti '18 explains how Seton Hall’s leadership lessons play out in Amazon's corporate culture
In the Crucible
I lost $2.25 billion in a failed takeover of my family's business, but I almost lost much more.
By Warwick Fairfax
Parts of the dairy supply chain showed remarkable resilience in the face of the pandemic's epic disruption.
By Benjamin Lowe and Renu Ramnarayanan
The new book, Think Again, by Adam Grant, examines the critical art of rethinking.
Reviewed By Paula Alexander and Stephen Wood
With the goal of publishing on a semi-annual basis, look for future issues of In the Lead on the Stillman School's and the Buccino Leadership Institute's websites.
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