leadership

Man lying in bed while doctor checks his pulse

New research has found an improved approach to leadership coordination and communication in hospitals can improve patient outcomes.

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Psychology researcher says the COVID restrictions governments have put in place may undermine trust and the stability of liberal democracies.

Professor Raina MacIntyre Medconnect

Truthfulness, acknowledging uncertainty and understanding the workforce are key leadership elements, say senior health leaders.

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The key to creating trust in leadership is being clear in your communication – even when you don’t have all the answers, says a UNSW Business School expert. 

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As crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic evolve, research shows leaders should communicate critical information in a distinct, consistent and consensual way.

A woman on a video call with her colleagues.

There are a number of important lessons for leaders who are looking to maximise productivity and engagement with employees who work from home, says UNSW Business School.

Woman working from home on laptop looks tired.

New research shows the 'double-edged sword' impact of technology on mental health and how we can minimise the adverse effects.

Woman working on a laptop wears protective mask

A new study sheds light on exactly how workplaces are changing during COVID-19, and the steps business leaders can take to ensure employees adapt effectively.

A person presenting to the board.

Commitment to act and the courage to be vulnerable should form the foundation of any leadership model – not just inclusive leadership.

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Business leaders looking to better inform their decision-making processes should look to evidence-based management’s four-step framework to improve commercial outcomes, says a UNSW Business School expert 

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