Flow-promoting Leadership and FLIGBY Values

Flow-promoting Leadership and Csikszentmihalyi’s idea about “Good Business” While most people enjoy working when it provides Flow, too few jobs are designed to make Flow possible. This is where management can make a real difference. For a manager or leader who truly cares about the bottom line in the broadest sense of that term, the first priority…

Flow-Leadership at European Business Schools

Our Leadership & Flow Global Research Network has entered a strategic cooperation with Corvinus Business School, a leader in business and management education in Central Europe and beyond. Core of this new strategic alliance is to enable new generations of outstanding future leaders and manager to experience Csikszentmihalyi’s official Flow-promoting Leadership Development simulation game as…

Competitiveness, HRM, Flow-promoting Leadership & Global Benchmarking (of Your Talent Pool)

  Dr. Zoltan Buzady, Associate Professor of Management, Director of the ‘Leadership & Flow Global Research Network’, Corvinus Business School   Special Report in BBJournal May 2017 on HRM   As the Hungarian and the other CEE countries are experiencing continued growth, maintaining our achieved positions on global competitiveness rankings and to further improve our…

Book Review: Missing Link Discovered

MISSING LINK DISCOVERED by P. Marer, Z. Buzady, and Z. Vecsey Review by B. Gourley So, you’re a leader and you’ve experienced Flow. Self-criticism vanished.  Time fell away. The task was challenging, but the performance felt effortless. Your attention was rapt, and any craving for distractions disappeared. Maybe you even had a spate of creativity.…

Accomplishment Culture

This guest blog was written by Marion Spears Karr, President, Avery Executive Search (a unit of Atlanta-based Avery Partners Inc.). It summarizes a concept – the title of this blog — that he developed and uses then he offers personal- and leadership-development programs. Accomplishment Culture© (AC) is a comprehensive team- and leadership-development program. It makes individuals…

Redefining Leadership

  The title of this blog entry refers not to an effort to crowd the literature with another definition of leadership, but to the proposed expansion of the kind of people who should be considered leaders. Let’s accept the definition of leadership given by Kevin Kruse in his Forbes article, with one minor modification [in parentheses]:…