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How to lead when you don’t have all the answers

How to lead when you don’t have all the answers

By Patrick Furu & Olli-Pekka Heinonen: How does an effective leader behave? The answer to this question changes over time, but during the past year, the change has been magnified. There is at least one simple question to test how leadership has changed. That...

These times ask for a more humble leader

These times ask for a more humble leader

TalentMiles builds on partnerships with a cross-disciplinary and global community of researchers. The most intensive of those partnerships is with the School of Business and Economics in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Professor Wim Gijselaers, Department Chair of...

Five ideas for developing empathy in a remote team

Five ideas for developing empathy in a remote team

We live in a world full of information, but without emotions and the capacity to sense, understand and respond to emotions, a certain level of understanding and connection will go missing. In a modern organisation we have tools and practices for efficient transfer of information, but these leave out a big portion of what makes us human. Current research highlights the importance of empathy at work and when it comes to remote work the importance of developing empathy in your team can not be emphasised enough.