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COVID-19 related publications (2020)

COVID-19 related publications

Much can be learnt as we navigate the steep challenges posed by COVID-19. The pandemic has been a source of new insight and creativity. Below is our growing collection of blogs, articles and books from the KDVI team inspired by the impact of COVID-19:

 

 

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Leadership in the Next Phase of COVID-19

Leadership in the Next Phase of COVID-19

Around the world, plans are being launched to fight COVID-19. Impressive change management and leadership will be necessary to convince people to adjust their behaviour, to eventually conquer the virus and revive the economy.

Published on 15 Apr, 2020

Digital Communication Technology during Covid-19 – Saviour or Tormentor?

Digital Communication Technology during Covid-19 – Saviour or Tormentor?

In the Covid-19 crisis digital communication technologies (DCTs) are our saviour. They enable us to continue to work remotely and not to fall into complete social isolation despite physical distancing measures. Indeed, many have now rekindled lost friendships and thanks to DCTs, family, friends and colleagues are just one click away. But are our digital devices really always our friend during this stressful time?

Published on 1 May, 2020

"Differences as assets"

Being Normal Is Not About Fitting In

This blog entry explores the idea of accepting ones leadership strenghts instead of merely fitting in.

Published on 16 Feb, 2015

"Self awareness and team effectiveness"

First Know Yourself, Then Your Team

This blog explores how, in order to be truly effective, leaders must first understand the unconscious motivations in themselves, followed by those of the people around them.

Published on 13 Aug, 2014

"Succession & when it's time to let go"

When it's Time for the CEO to Go

This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review discusses the three phases of a CEO's lifespan and what happens when leaders outstay their time and performance starts to decline.

Published on 14 Mar, 2014

"Do less instead of doing too much"

The Case for Slacking Off

This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review argues that the biggest problem we have in contemporary society is not that we do too little but that we try to do too much.

Published on 10 Dec, 2013

"Group coaching for meaningful change"

Group Coaching: Tipping Points for Change


This blog entry explores how group coaching can serve as tipping points for real and meaningful change.


Published on 20 May, 2014

"A holistic approach to business education"

Finding Balance in Business Education

To create responsible leaders of the future, business schools need to adopt a more holistic approach to education.

Published on 3 Nov, 2015

"Leadership in the age of rage"

Reflective Leaders Needed in the Age of Rage

When collective emotions gather steam, knee jerk reactions can make a bad situation worse.

Published on 24 Aug, 2016

"Ways to Manage Difficult Bosses"

What to Do When You Hate Your Boss?

This article explores the options available to anyone who has to manage a bad boss. Much of it will feel like common sense. But people often forget that it’s in their power to improve bad situations, so having the options systematically laid out can be very helpful.

Published on 1 Dec, 2016