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Leadersnips by Business Strategy Review

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Rarely has so much ink and research been dedicated to such an abstract and mercurial science. In this slideshow, we present a choice sample from the deluge.

Rarely has so much ink and research been dedicated to such an abstract and mercurial science. In this slideshow, we present a choice sample from the deluge.

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  • 1. 40% of job moves can be interpreted as a promotion, the same number are a move laterally and 20% are a move downwards. Monika Hamori, IE Business School jobmovesleadershipwisdom In 2009 US companies spent $12 billion on leadership development. Sue Ashford and Scott DeRue, http://blogs.hbr.org leadershipdevelopment Researchers at the UK’s Reading University are examining the brains of business, military and other leaders to better understand what makes them effective leaders. www.bbc.co.uk Brainsofbusiness movedownwards20% promotion40% movelaterally40% leadersnips Rarely has so much ink and wisdom been dedicated to such an abstract and mercurial science. We present a choice sample from the deluge. “When the effective leader is finished with his work, the people say it happens naturally.” Lao-Tzu, Chinese philosopher 18 BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW ISSUE 2– 2011 LEADERSHIP REPORT
  • 2. 64% of executives who left a company on Fortune’s Most Admired Companies ranking left for a company not on the ranking. Monika Hamori, IE Business School Only 12.5% of the directors of FTSE-100 companies are women. www.ibtimes.com DirectorsofFTSE-100 UK22% GermanY33% holland42% Rwanda56% Sweden46% The 2010 election meant that 22% of UK MPs are women. In the German Bundestag it is 33%; in the Dutch parliament, 42%; the Rwandan parliament, 56%; and the Swedish, 46%. www.guardian.co.uk WomanMPs executivedecisions “To be omnipotent but friendless is to reign.” Percy Bysshe Shelley, poet leadershipwisdom Nearly 60% of companies face leadership talent shortages which impede performance. Sue Ashford and Scott DeRue, http://blogs.hbr.org talentshortages talentshortages60% women12.5% companyleavers64% leadersNIPS 19www.london.edu/bsr BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW