Cultivating leadership that we all deserve

In January 2020, I moved to the American Midwest for a job that any early career academic would consider a dream. I am in a largely research focused position with a smattering of Undergraduate teaching. I research and teach into university courses on leadership and power, negotiation, organisational behaviour and in general, workplace behaviour. I also moonlight as an Organisational Psychologist back in Australia, consulting on topics related to those listed above. Being in America, you could imagine that similar to pretty much everyone else here, I have been tuned into the US Election. Through my work, I have also …

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Great Expectations

I’ve been wondering if life might be a little easier if we had no expectations of each other.  It seems that almost all disagreements and divides come down to a sense that expectations are not met. But what is the cost of having no expectations?  And how do can we gain benefit from shared expectations?

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