The Rise of the Compassionate Leader: Should You Be Cruel to Be Kind? – Knowledge@Australian School of Business

Small business good read leadership and management across cultures.  Article gives you study results on what constitutes a good leader.  Please note, the article does not equate compassionate with avoiding difficult challenges and conversations.

Excerpt:  There’s a powerful link between productivity and what has been identified as “compassionate leadership” in organisations, observes Christina Boedker, a lecturer in accounting at the Australian School of Business and leader of a major business research study that looks at the links between leadership and organisational performance.

Read full article via The Rise of the Compassionate Leader: Should You Be Cruel to Be Kind? – Knowledge@Australian School of Business.

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