Posts tagged ‘leadership’

  • A drop of water falls from a melting piece of ice on Argentina’s Perito Moreno glacier near the city of El Calafate Global Shapers Article

    Fighting climate change, from Chennai to Zurich

    Young people will inherit whatever is left of the environment when today’s generation of consumers, workers and… more

  • Mark Pollock walking Young Global Leaders Article

    My robotic legs and the frontiers of innovation

    How do you lead in a crisis: a disaster on Mount Everest, an oil spill, a collapse trapping 33 Chilean miners… more

  • Ships are pictured in the shipyard at Bremerhaven Forum Article

    Seven ways to make innovation pay

    Changes in technology, new customer behaviours and regulation are disrupting the business and global landscape… more

  • A member of Romania’s Airclub performs on a glider during Bucharest International Air Show at Baneasa airport in Bucharest Forum Article

    3 ways to be a more mindful leader

    It’s been more than a decade since I started exploring the intersection between excellence in leadership and… more

  • Early morning sunlight is reflected off the windows of a government office building in Washington Forum Event

    Four ways to be more innovative at work

    Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2014

    , Tianjin, People's Republic of China

  • Cranes rise above towers in what will be the Yujiapu financial center in Tianjin's Binhai new area Forum Article

    10 things to know about our meeting in China

    Next week, China's premier, Li Keqiang, will open the eighth Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, China… more

  • LittleBits chief executive and founder, Ayah Bdeir, poses at her company’s headquarters in New York Young Global Leaders Article

    Are you a sandwich generation leader?

    The World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders (YGLs) are a group of globetrotting, independently minded, young(ish)… more

  • Co-workers hold production meeting in the office of the HowDo start-up at the Wostel co-working space in Berlin Forum Article

    6 common mistakes leaders make

    I founded my first company in 1998 and my second in 2013. I've worked with hundreds of companies as clients in my… more

  • A Google employee works on a laptop in front of a mural of the New York City skyline, at the New York City company office Forum Article

    What it takes to be a manager

    When I was in college I worked at a bagel place across from Lincoln Center in New York. For a job that paid minimum… more

  • Indian fishermen carry boat to truck in Nagapattinam Forum Article

    5 reasons why you should ask for help at work

    Asking for help wasn’t something that my parents ingrained in me. Well, that’s how I interpreted their guidance… more

  • Forum Article

    Five things you need to lead Europe

    The next six months are an opportunity for Europe to discuss what qualities it wants in its institutional leaders… more

  • Social Entrepreneurs Article

    How much would you sacrifice to change the world?

    I know from personal experience that to launch and grow a social enterprise – even one as modest as my own… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Video

    What will government look like in 2050?

    Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s painting Allegory of Good and Bad Government (1337-1339) covers three walls of the Sala dei… more

  • Forum Article

    Five reasons not to be pessimistic about the world

    When it comes to geopolitics, there is always a market for gloom. Business has been booming in this respect lately… more

  • Forum Event

    Why corporate Asia’s gender gap matters

    World Economic Forum on East Asia 2014

    , Metro Manila, Philippines

  • Global Agenda Councils Event

    Closing the gender gap in East Asia

    World Economic Forum on East Asia 2014

    , Metro Manila, Philippines

  • Forum Article

    Six tips for taking complex decisions at work

    Companies and individuals face various problems daily. Some of these problems are the direct consequences of our… more

  • Forum Article

    A new vision for US foreign policy

    Americans believe in the power of the bottom-up (people-to-people exchanges), but they have lost faith in the power of… more