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  Emotional intelligence will still be a key attribute once AI takes over our rudimentary work. By Candice Chung   It’s a question straight out of a science fiction novel . . . will artificial intelligence eventually replace us? As machines continue to get smarter, and our appetite…
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Articles Leadership standards: no room for doubt., Nursing Management. Aug2004, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p10-14. 2p. Rekindling the Heart and the Soul of Management., Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers. Apr-Jun2004, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p55-66. 12p. Politics, Political Leadership, and Public Management.,…
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Blogs: Insight Edge

Welcome to the September edition of Insight Edge. This month we are looking at leadership standards and how a number of theories, models and frameworks can be used to identify the core functions of effective leadership. Firstly, we look at the trait theory of leadership and the characteristics that…
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Blogs: Insight Edge

As part of its own efforts to measure, quantify and reward effective leadership, the Institute of Management and Leadership has developed its own set of leadership standards through the Chartered Manager designation - the recognised leadership standards for individuals. The program is underpinned…
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    How to motivate with less. By Candice Chung When companies experience a squeeze on…
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The trait theory of leadership was one of the first systematic attempts to study leadership. In the…
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The behavioural theory of leadership focuses on what leaders do and how they behave. As theorists shifted…
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The contingency theory moves beyond the behavioural and traits approaches, and posits that no single…
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  Many Australian workers are leaving the city in search of better work/life balance as NICOLA…