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Neuroscience Can Help You Become A Better Leader

Not everyone is born a leader. But the good news for anyone who’s not is that those abilities can be developed.

11 characteristics that identify leadership “shapers”

“Shapers” are energized by change and see their role as spotting and navigating possibilities, writes Jonas Altman, who lists 11 qualities of such people. “The intention is to become unflappable and adapt to change with grace,” he writes

10 next-generation leaders on leadership

Ten members of Fast Company’s Impact Council explained that leaders need to embrace speed, uphold decency, and explore new ways to connect.

The Top 5 Leadership Soft Skills You Need to Empower Your Team

The leadership traits that will inspire your workforce to do their best work.

How a little humility can go a long way with your team

“Leaders who take a tablespoon of humility in service of bonding with the people around them are the ones that continuously come out ahead.”

Resilience and Renewal with Carmen McSpadden – 9/24 – 12:30PM – Online

Feeling overwhelmed? Burnt out? MSU Leadership Institute’s Carmen McSpadden will chat with Kerry Hanson about useful methods to manage stress and succeed.

Montana State University Leadership Institute sets virtual cross-cultural strategies workshop on Sept. 18 – 9AM 0 Online

“Lasting Cross-cultural Strategies for Dealing with Today’s Problems,” is co-presented by the MSU Leadership Institute and Honors Presents, and it is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and ASMSU.

5 Team Engagement Principles Are Vital To Leadership

Soon you won’t be able to name a business as one of your favorites if you can’t personally visualize and relate to company leadership.

The Future of Leadership is Empathy—And Companies are Better for It

By stepping outside themselves, empathetic leaders are often great communicators and relationship builders. Think about someone who really took time to help you grow. They were most likely an empath. 

Female-led countries reacted faster and saw half the deaths of male-led ones, study finds

“While women leaders were risk averse with regard to lives, they were prepared to take significant risks with their economies by locking down early,” Garikipati said, suggesting that the study challenged the concept that female leaders could be risk-averse.