Posts tagged with individuality:

Characteristics of Caring Leadership
May 24, 2011, by Michael Dorn in Human Resources, Leadership

In my opinion CL does not correspond to the known categorizations of management styles as for example ´authoritarian´ or ´cooperative´. No matter which of those categories a leader belongs to, he (using the masculin form for this text because of readability) might be a caring or not-so-caring leader. As an example the authoritarian manager can [...]

Gaining Power, Wealth, and Prestige
December 20, 2010, by Stephan Polomski in Corporate Social Responsibility, Editorial, Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Marketing

Last week when I attended an HR conference in Frankfurt we had dinner in one of the in-places of town. Coincidentally one of Frankfurt´s private banking houses was celebrating Christmas there as well. Listening to speeches and talks, one assumes that power, wealth, and prestige are the most influential motivation drivers managers follow during their [...]