Flow and Leadership

This is an executive summary of the application of the Flow concept to Leadership. Flow is a mental state in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment. “Enjoyment appears at the boundary between boredom and anxiety, when the challenges are just balanced with…

FLIGBY’s Leadership Topics

Leadership or business simulations are dynamic computer-based experiences, allow to practice personal and organizational strategies in a risk-free and motivating learning environment. They are highly effective in building critical capabilities needed for managing complex situations and organizational challenges. FLIGBY, Prof. Csikszentmihalyi’s official leadership simulation program, was developed to build a broad perspective on critical business…

Compilation of Game-Based Learning Journals

This blog entry is from our guest author: Michael Sutton (Game-Based Learning Innovator & Architect) My quest for high quality research associated with Game-Based Learning, Simulations, Serious Games, Gamification, Virtual Reality, Immersive Learning, etc. has been quite a challenge. In attempting to scour the Inet looking for useful material, I have complied a definitive list of…

MUST SEE (16 Mins)

The whole idea is to keep a constant feel of acceleration.” Because it puts you into the ZONE For awhile I thought I was going crazy because I was too happy! but that was 15 years ago! Almost nobody thought I was normal! A Personal Delusion System – do you have one? Are you ready…

Holiday mood…

“Christmas time, mistletoe and wine”…and stress. Do you know the pressure of perfectionism this time of the year? If the end of year tasks wouldn’t be enough at your workplace there is still a long list of must dos at home: spotless cleanliness, delicious meal for Christmas Eve and beyond, finding the perfect gift for…

Leadership, Flow and Ethics

Last month, Prof. Paul Marer[1] – already mentioned in my previous blog entry about Good Work – gave an interesting presentation in Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s Positive Psychology class at Claremont Graduate University (California). This post is an excerpt from his presentation about leadership, Flow and ethics, with an emphasis mainly on the third topic. Csikszentmihalyi…

Good Work

Have you ever wondered whether the work you, your colleagues or your subordinates do can be considered as “good work”? I think I am not the only one who actually doesn’t know what the term “good work” means. Back in the late 1990’s and the early 2000’s Prof. Csikszentmihalyi alongside with Howard Gardner and William Damon has investigated…

On culinary temptations and CEE competitiveness

An editorial article by Zoltan Buzady, Associate Professor at Central European University, Hungary, & Director of our ‘Leadership & Flow Global Research Network’ in BBJ – The Budapest Business Journal on ‘Budapest Christmas Fair – Sausages – Competitiveness & CEE Business Cultures’: #cross-cultural-management #leadership #diversity#goodmanagement I feel privileged to live in beautiful Budapest: every day I…