Our Top 5 Leadership Articles of 2017

A year-end look at the best leadership content from Longitudes.

Of all the trends shaping the world of tomorrow, leadership is arguably the most popular topic on Longitudes.

With macro forces disrupting all industries and companies of all sizes, leadership has never been in more demand.

During the past 12 months, we’ve focused on a number of questions leaders confront every day: How do you build innovation into your business model? How can we create more inclusive work environments? How should we measure purpose?

You’ll find the answers to those questions and more in the leadership articles below. And if you missed the first entry in our best-of-2017 series, check out our top technology articles of the year.

To attract and ultimately hire high-performing candidates, employers must prove they have what this generation wants. An award-winning roboticist – and high school junior – offers advice to employers who will soon hire Gen Z workers. Read more

Everyone can innovate. But innovative thought by itself is incomplete. When it comes to innovation, there appears to be a gap between aspiration and accomplishment. So what’s missing? Read more

Women can’t hide behind the thing that connects them – gender – to avoid the things that divide them. These five quotes from the acclaimed film Hidden Figures provide valuable insight on leadership and the value inclusion can bring to your organization. Read more

Have you ever felt like you aren’t good enough and that someone will see through your facade of competence in your job? This sensation of being a fake in the workplace is known as “the impostor phenomenon.” Read how you can overcome it. Read more

Don’t talk about what you did, but ask yourself these three questions: What have you learned, have you helped other people and do you love what you’re doing? Here is how to apply those three questions to your professional and personal life. Read more

Brian Hughes is Managing Editor of Longitudes and co-host of Longitudes Radio.

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