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Hier volgen samenvattingen van twee onderzoeken aan RSM/Erasmus University.

1. Marlijn Venus: Effective leaders let their emotions show

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Leiderschap is meer dan alleen dienend zijn

Which leader conveys their vision most effectively? While we are accustomed to believe that optimistic leader transference is most effective, Academic researcher Merlijn Venus reveals it’s not the type of emotion that matters.

When leaders show emotional displays that are specifically aligned with the psychological focus of the vision, goal or message, they can positively influence the motivational mindset of followers and thus encourage them to pursue and share these visions more readily.

“Do you want to be an effective leader? Match your emotion with your vision.”

Read the entire RSM Insight article on Merlijn Venus’ research.

2. Dirk van Dierendonck: Servant leadership will help employees reach their true potential

Move over dominant, controlling, power-hungry boss – here’s the servant leader! Servant leaders do not consider themselves above those they lead. Rather, they are primus inter pares, Latin for “first among equals.” Servant leaders see the ones they lead as peers to teach and to learn from. RSM’s Dirk van Dierendonck introduces us to the benefits of this new way of leading your company forward.

“A leader needs to create the conditions so that employees can be the best they can be.”

Source: RSM discovery, read also Dirk van Dierendonck  Understanding Servant Leadership.

Leiderschap is een belangrijk onderdeel van de Parttime Master Bedrijfskunde, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Meer informatie over deze deeltijd opleiding treft u hier of op een van de voorlichtingsavonden.

 

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