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Welcome to London Business School’s podcast channel: bringing you the latest ideas and opinion from world-leading business experts.

    Leadership playbook – Can I lead ethically in the age of fake news?

    Leadership playbook – Can I lead ethically in the age of fake news?

    This is Leadership Playbook, a London Business School podcast exploring the latest thinking and key issues for leaders and those aspiring to lead.

    In this episode, Vyla Rollins, Executive Director of the Leadership Institute at London Business School, and Daniel Effron, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, discuss Daniel's research and what ethical leadership looks like in the age of 'fake news'.

    For more thought leadership and business insights from London Business School’s faculty and alumni, visit www.london.edu/think

    To receive a curated selection of articles, podcasts and films direct to your inbox each fortnight, subscribe at www.london.edu/think/subscribe

    To learn more about the Leadership Institute at London Business School, head to www.london.edu/faculty-and-research/leadership-institute

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    • 36 min
    Leadership Playbook – Can I give you some feedback?

    Leadership Playbook – Can I give you some feedback?

    This is Leadership Playbook, a London Business School podcast exploring the latest thinking and key issues for leaders and those aspiring to lead.

    Giving fair and effective feedback is essential to developing our teams, yet almost no one is naturally good at it and very few receive any training to improve this skill.

    In this episode, Vyla Rollins, Executive Director of the Leadership Institute at London Business School, and Selin Kesebir, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, share some practical advice for leaders and anyone who finds themselves sharing – or receiving – feedback.

    To read Selin's article on feedback, visit www.london.edu/think/how-to-give-critical-feedback-effectively

    For more thought leadership and business insights from London Business School’s faculty and alumni, visit www.london.edu/think

    To receive a curated selection of articles, podcasts and films direct to your inbox each fortnight, subscribe at www.london.edu/think/subscribe

    To learn more about the Leadership Institute at London Business School, head to www.london.edu/faculty-and-research/leadership-institute

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    • 43 min
    Leadership playbook – How do I lead through crisis?

    Leadership playbook – How do I lead through crisis?

    This is Leadership Playbook, a London Business School podcast exploring the latest thinking and key issues for leaders and those aspiring to lead.

    In this episode, we think about how to lead through a crisis with Randall Peterson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Academic Director of the Leadership Institute at London Business School, and his guests Niro Sivanathan, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, and David Faro,
    Associate Professor of Marketing.

    If you'd like to know more about the online programme David and Niro run on the Crisis Leadership and Human Behaviour, go to www.london.edu/executive-education/online-courses/crisis-leadership-and-human-behaviour

    For more thought leadership and business insights from London Business School’s faculty and alumni, visit www.london.edu/think

    To receive a curated selection of articles, podcasts and films direct to your inbox each fortnight, subscribe at www.london.edu/think/subscribe

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    • 44 min
    Leadership Playbook – Are we working too hard?

    Leadership Playbook – Are we working too hard?

    This is Leadership Playbook, a London Business School podcast exploring the latest thinking and key issues for leaders and those aspiring to lead.

    In this episode, Randall Peterson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Academic Director of the Leadership Institute at London Business School, talks to Laura Giurge, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow of Organisational Behaviour.

    They explore how a focus on employees' wellbeing, including setting boundaries and meaningfully disconnecting from work, helps us be more productive in an 'always-on' age.

    You can read more about Laura's research here:
    bit.ly/3cQEER8
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    For more thought leadership and business insights from London Business School’s faculty and alumni, visit www.london.edu/think

    To receive a curated selection of articles, podcasts and films direct to your inbox each fortnight, subscribe at www.london.edu/think/subscribe

    Follow us on social media:
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    • 33 min
    Leadership Playbook – Can diversity boost results?

    Leadership Playbook – Can diversity boost results?

    Spoiler alert: the answer is yes, at least at the world's largest mining company.

    This is Leadership Playbook, a London Business School podcast exploring the latest thinking and key issues for leaders and those aspiring to lead.

    In this episode, Randall Peterson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Academic Director of the Leadership Institute at London Business School, talks with Andrew Mackenzie, former chief executive of BHP.

    Reflecting back on his experience at the helm of the mining giant, Andrew shares what surprised him the most: realising how much the company’s business results were driven, during his tenure, by improving diversity within his leadership team and across the whole organisation.

    If you'd like to know more about London Business School’s Women in Leadership Programme, specifically designed to help female leaders step-up in their executive career, go to www.london.edu/executive-education/leadership/women-in-leadership

    For more thought leadership and business insights from London Business School’s faculty and alumni, visit www.london.edu/think

    To receive a curated selection of articles, podcasts and films direct to your inbox each fortnight, subscribe at www.london.edu/think/subscribe

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    • 29 min
    Leadership playbook – Are you ready for the new working world?

    Leadership playbook – Are you ready for the new working world?

    This is Leadership Playbook, a London Business School podcast exploring the latest thinking and key issues for leaders and those aspiring to lead.

    In this episode, we think about the future of work with Randall Peterson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Academic Director of the Leadership Institute at London Business School, and his guest Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice and a world-renowned expert on the impact of a changing world on employment and work.

    If you'd like to know more about the online programme Lynda runs on the future of work, go to www.london.edu/executive-education/online-courses/the-future-of-work

    For more thought leadership and business insights from London Business School’s faculty and alumni, visit www.london.edu/think

    To receive a curated selection of articles, podcasts and films direct to your inbox each fortnight, subscribe at www.london.edu/think/subscribe

    Follow us on social media:
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    • 28 min

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