Issue 12 of our award-winning magazine, IMPACT, is out now. Entitled The Leadership Issue it examines our research on leadership and takes the opportunity to introduce the School’s new Executive Dean, Professor Cathy Cassell.
Leadership can have incredible global and historical impact; however, it is also very important at all levels of society and in business.
The magazine also looks at other issues facing society and ways we, as individuals as well as organisations, can make an impact on the world we share.
The uncomfortable truth of good leadership
Does a one-size-fits-all leadership model work? Is there a better, more ethical model? Professor Jackie Ford share her views on this issue.
CEOs under clan culture influence are more likely to be internationally focused.
Professor Xinming He explains how leadership can be influenced by strong family connections.
The leadership of organisational transformations in a post-pandemic world
How can leaders best adapt their organisations in an ever-changing climate? Expert in organisational change Professor Julie Hodges share her thoughts.
Making workplaces more equitable and inclusive: one micro-practice at a time
Research focused on leadership in business schools led by Professor Martyna Sliwa shows the way for all organisations to improve equality and inclusion through small changes in practice. The business of sport
In the year that Durham University won The Times and Sunday Times Sports University of the Year we learn about student and staff involvement through the stories of MSc Management student Jacopo Bertone and Faculty Coordinator Vic Horan.
...and many more.
Read the latest issue of IMPACT here