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Winston Churchill: A characteristic of lustful leaders is insatiability. Churchill, commenting in 1938 on the rise of Adolf Hitler, said the appetite often “grows with eating”. Photograph:  Capt Horton/Imperial War Museums

Kennedy School leadership professor told me last week. Presidential candidates and nominees are(...)

Leadership is all about context, and is an organisational process as well as an individual one. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) from that work. First, think about how you frame your leadership. Leaders are “pathfinders” within(...)

The first challenge in becoming a leader is to establish an authentic sense of self that engenders legitimacy and credibility. Photograph: iStock

You have landed a leadership position in an organisation and the rubber has finally met the road(...)

It was about “seeing” the outcome, “believing” the ball to already be in the basket, before you even threw it. Photograph: Bertrand Langlois/AFP/Getty Images

(...) leadership. It is vital that you are happy in your own skin, not arrogant, that you are respectful of the(...)

Former Apple chief executive Steve Jobs. Qualities key to successful leadership include passion, strategic thinking, courage and confidence. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Getty Images

(...) even counterintuitive. 5: Authenticity. In the largest leadership development study ever undertaken(...)

Powerful, inspirational leadership can only happen if employees develop an emotional attachment to the boss

Powerful, inspirational leadership can only happen if employees develop an emotional attachment to(...)

The late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Business leaders who are modern missionaries aim to build something original and meaningful. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Getty Images

(...) leadership styles, and see which one you most identify with. 1: The classic entrepreneur: these leaders care(...)

Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley, also a founder of Clubs to Hire, at EY World Entrepreneur of the Year awards buildup

Entrepreneurs and business directors can learn a lot about leadership, talent management and(...)