Q4, 2022 ISSUE OUT NOW

Leadership is evolving. The Covid-19 pandemic has refocused many leaders on the human dimension of work, and the question of how they can bring their full humanity to work – and enable their teams to do likewise – to deliver next-level performance and generate innovative solutions to the challenges of an era of continuous disruption.


Our Focus section in this issue of Dialogue looks at how leadership can be more human. We examine the powerful neural networks that are often sidelined in the day-to-day business of running an organization. We explore the characteristics of leadership needed to bring a greater sense of humanity to work, and the skills needed to make those qualities a reality. We explore the role of empathy: why it is needed, and its limits. We consider how leaders can bring inspiration to their teams. And we explore how leaders can navigate differences respectfully to unlock the creative human potential that unites us all.

PREVIOUS ISSUES

Q3, 2022 – Think customer: The art of putting your customers first

Q2, 2022 – Transforming work: How to lead in the new era

Q1, 2022 – People as possibilities: Unlocking talent for a new era

Q4, 2021 – The next play: New rules for teams and how to lead them

Q3, 2021 – Inclusive futures: How leaders can pick up the pace of change

Q2, 2021 – Digital leadership: The tech revolution transforming how we work and lead

Q1, 2021 – Sea change: How leaders shape culture for agile success

Q4, 2020 – Looking beyond: The future of healthcare

Q3, 2020 – New frontiers: Mastering the skills for a changing world

Q2, 2020 – The inclusion imperative: Ori Brafman on amplifying employees’ voices

Q1, 2020 – The second wave: Preparing for digital transformation

Q4, 2019 – Borderless leadership: Winning in a world without boundaries

Q3, 2019 – Better leadership: Looking within for the decency factor

Q2, 2019 – Women leaders: The ascent to the top

Q1, 2019 – Agility architects: How to build the agile company

Q4, 2018 – The footloose world: Rapid remedies to the consequences of the footloose world 

Q3, 2018 – The human difference: Ben Pring on making the difference in an artificially intelligent future

Q2, 2018 – Courage in chaos: Lessons from the edge from Kate Sweetman and Shane Cragun

Q1, 2018 – Welcome to Planet Asia: Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang on winning in the world’s financial centre

Q4, 2017 – Into the wirearchy: Leading from the centre in a volatile world

Q3, 2017 – The payoff paradox: Dan Ariely on why consumers like to work for their purchases

Q2, 2017 – The new rules of creativity: Vivek Wadhwa on why innovators must see the future

Q1, 2017 – New world order: Linda Sharkey on how to create global leaders for a changed planet

Q4, 2016 – Smash the system: Don Tapscott shows how blockchain will destroy hierarchies

Q3, 2016 – The trouble with brains: Marshall Goldsmith on how super-smart leaders alienate their teams

Q2, 2016 – Trust me, I’m a corporation: How to make your company more human, with Dan Ariely

Q1, 2016 – The Z Factor: Why the next generation will change the world of work forever

Q2, 2015 – Your health: a double-edged sword

Q1, 2015 – Rewiring business for tomorrow’s world

Q4, 2014 – Viewing risk: threat or opportunity?

Q3, 2014 – A brand new world

Q2, 2014 – Can’t see the wood for the trees?

Q1, 2014 – The phoenix rises again

Q4, 2013 – Our world: a puzzle to solve