King Solomon was the third monarch of Ancient Israel. The history of King Solomon's reign is found in the Old Testament section of the Christian Bible in the Books of First Kings and Second Chronicles. In the Bible, King Solomon was known as the...
At the beginning of the second decade of the 21st century C. E., the only thing constant about business both local and global was change. For that reason, organizational leadership in 2011 and beyond meant understanding the implications of change...
Abraham has been highly regarded by adherents of three of the world’s largest faith traditions including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Indeed, Abraham is still thought of as the original patriarch of those faith traditions and thus stands as...
This hub delineates the most common leadership styles including their underlying assumptions and basic characteristics.
The contingency theory aligns the leader's style with the most constructive circumstances for his or her success. What are contingency leadership styles? How does the contingency theory work?
The Basic Principles are the foundations of building trust and loyalty in an organization, team, or a family. This is the first in a series discussing and providing an in depth look at these most crucial of principles.
Win-win sounds good. Everybody talks about it, and we say we want it. But real win-win is very rare. Find out why, and learn to make it happen!
This article explores the three leadership styles; autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire and the employees reaction to each one of them.
This article reviews three different leadership styles and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
overview of good leaders