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UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness The University at Buffalo School of Management’s Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (CLOE) strives to create more effective leaders and organizations.

Built on a foundation of high-impact scholarship and solution-focused organizational and economic engagement, CLOE is internationally recognized for thought leadership in organizational leadership and innovation. CLOE also supports UB’s goals of accelerating academic excellence, translating scholarship and developing leadership capabilities in UB students and business leaders. For more information

Built on a foundation of high-impact scholarship and solution-focused organizational and economic engagement, CLOE is internationally recognized for thought leadership in organizational leadership and innovation. CLOE also supports UB’s goals of accelerating academic excellence, translating scholarship and developing leadership capabilities in UB students and business leaders. For more information

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Congratulations to UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Leadership Coaching Certification cohort tw...
05/24/2022

Congratulations to UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Leadership Coaching Certification cohort two led by Marsha King, Ph.D. and Joel H. Treisman (MAPP, MBA). Thanks to all of our guest speakers, faculty coaches and volunteers who shared their expertise over the past eight months.

To join our next cohort and attend our virtual open house on June 7, please contact us at [email protected].

#leadership #coaching

Today we’re featuring an encore presentation from our recent annual conference on Leading Ethically in the New World of ...
05/23/2022

Today we’re featuring an encore presentation from our recent annual conference on Leading Ethically in the New World of Work by Dorothy M. Siaw-Asamoah, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor Organization and Human Resources Department, Faculty Director, Global Programs at University at Buffalo School of Management.

Her talk explores the importance of your holistic self and how your leadership style doesn’t have to be complicated but is embedded in who you are and how you show up every day—your identity, uniqueness and genuine respect for what makes each person one of a kind.

Watch here: https://bit.ly/52Weeks-Week20

#UBCLOE #UBMgt #leadershipdevelopment

Today we pause to reflect on the tragedy of this weekend’s mass shooting in Buffalo. We will resume our 52 Weeks of Lead...
05/16/2022

Today we pause to reflect on the tragedy of this weekend’s mass shooting in Buffalo. We will resume our 52 Weeks of Leadership series next week with insights on ethical leadership from Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah, clinical assistant professor of organization and human resources.

The full statement from Paul Tesluk, dean of the UB School of Management: https://bit.ly/3MwvY2M

In May, we’re featuring encore presentations of content from our recent annual conference on Leading Ethically in the Ne...
05/09/2022

In May, we’re featuring encore presentations of content from our recent annual conference on Leading Ethically in the New World of Work. This week join us for a short presentation by our Faculty Director, Jim Lemoine, on what it really means to be ethical in modern organizations.

Don't forget to send us your questions on this month's content to [email protected], and we'll answer them with exactly what the research says!

Click the link for this week’s content:

https://bit.ly/52Weeks-Week18

#UBMgt #UBCLOE #AskCLOE #LeadershipDevelopment

The Balancing Act of Leadership is the theme of the UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness 52 Weeks o...
04/19/2022

The Balancing Act of Leadership is the theme of the UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness 52 Weeks of Leadership. Today's video features an in-depth conversation between Rick Kennedy, partner and past president of Hodgson Russ, and Tim Maynes, faculty director for the UB MBA program and associate professor of organization and human resources.

Watch the video here: https://lnkd.in/dcHj7R3f

Monday, April 25, is our ASK CLOE segment, where we answer your questions on leadership. Please send your questions to [email protected].

#UBCLOE #UBMgt #leadership

#ThrowbackThursday to last week's CLOE Conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work. We had a great time full ...
04/14/2022

#ThrowbackThursday to last week's CLOE Conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work. We had a great time full of learning, reflection, and networking. Thank you to all of our participants and speakers for joining us. We would also like to thank our sponsors: Rich Products, UB School of Management Alumni Association, Wisconsin Servant Leadership, UB Professional MBA Program, KeyBank, and North Forest Office Space for helping us make this year's conference happen.

#UBuffalo
#Leadership
#Ethics
#UBMgt

Welcome back to another week of CLOE's 52 Weeks of  Leadership series. Our topic this month is The Balancing Act of Lead...
04/04/2022

Welcome back to another week of CLOE's 52 Weeks of Leadership series. Our topic this month is The Balancing Act of Leadership: how leaders juggle multiple needs and priorities. Today you will hear from Prasad Balkundi, PhD, chair of the UB School of Management Department of Organization and Human Resources, and Katriel Agregado, president of the UB chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi.

https://bit.ly/UB-CLOE-TheBalancingActofLeadership

Don't forget to send us any questions that you may have about this month's topic to [email protected], and we will tell you exactly what the research says.

#UBuffalo
#Leadership
#UBMgt

Join us on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work to learn about The Paradoxi...
03/31/2022

Join us on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work to learn about The Paradoxical Commandments with one of our keynote speakers Kent Keith. He is the author of 10 books, which have sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide, including U.S. bestsellers Anyway: The Paradoxical Commandments and The Case for Servant Leadership.

As the world of work continues to change with the rise of gig and remote work, leaders will be most effective if they expand their ethical behavior to include more and better ways to support their colleagues, while helping them grow and find the meaning that will motivate them to perform at their highest levels. Leaders should also care about the impact their organization has on all of its stakeholders, taking their contributions, needs and interests into account to have a strong foundation for the future.

Visit our website to secure your spot: https://lnkd.in/dtdd5_5n

#UBuffalo
#Leadership
#Ethics
#UBMgt

Join us on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work to Explore the Eight Habits...
03/30/2022

Join us on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work to Explore the Eight Habits of the Heart with one of our keynote speakers, Clifton LeMoure Taulbert, Entrepreneur, Pulitzer Nominee, International Lecturer and CEO.

According to Taulbert, all people can rise to the occasion of becoming servant leaders. Because they embrace the idea that others matter—as do their dreams and aspirations—servant leaders find joy walking alongside others, growing and becoming together. Taulbert will take you on a journey to a place in time where ordinary people became extraordinary servant leaders. You will explore the eight habits of their hearts that were unselfishly shared with Taulbert when he was young, lifting his sights beyond the cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta to who he would eventually become. These habits remain timeless and universal, not held captive by race, gender or geography.

Taulbert is a bestselling author and has written 14 books, produced a major motion picture and served as a consultant on several documentaries, including Jews in the Delta and the Emmy-award winning Boomtown: An American Journey, which details the birth of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The U.S. government selected one of his books as a gift for Nelson Mandela upon his release from prison in 1990 and his most recent book, The Invitation, was chosen by the Architect of the United States Capitol as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

Visit our website to learn more about Clifton Taulbert and to secure your spot:

https://lnkd.in/dtdd5_5n

#UBuffalo

#Leadership

#Ethics

#UBMgt

You know there is no “I” in team, but do you know how to move from “I” to “We”? Find out how to develop collective leade...
03/29/2022

You know there is no “I” in team, but do you know how to move from “I” to “We”? Find out how to develop collective leadership so it’s not just talk with Nathan Eva on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work.

We hear of organizations that are moving from one leader to teams of leaders – but is your team and organization ready? How does collective leadership even work? In this interactive session, you’ll learn how collective leadership can work in today’s organizations before examining our own teams and organizations to see what could be holding us back.

Nathan Eva is an associate professor in the Department of Management at Monash Business School in Boon Wurrung Country, Australia. His research examines follower-first leadership approaches that deliver organizational performance combined with inclusive and supportive workplaces. He is a board member of the Network of Leadership Scholars and a facilitator for the International Leadership Association’s Leadership Education Academy. His article on servant leadership in The Leadership Quarterly is the most cited and downloaded in the journal since 2017.

Your last chance to register is today at 5 p.m. Eastern. Visit our website to secure your spot: https://lnkd.in/dtdd5_5n

#UBuffalo
#Leadership
#Ethics
#UBMgt

Today we wrap up our month on Leadership and Positivity. Thank you to all of our guests: Danielle Tussing, assistant pro...
03/28/2022

Today we wrap up our month on Leadership and Positivity. Thank you to all of our guests: Danielle Tussing, assistant professor of organization and human resources; Althea Luehrsen, CEO of Leadership Buffalo; Tyler Penberthy MBA candidate '22; and Jake Cheng, BA '23.

Earlier this month, we opened the [email protected] mailbox and invited you to send us your questions on Leadership and Positivity. We dug into those questions to see what the research says, and this week we're sharing those answers with you.

To hear what the research has to say follow the link below:
https://bit.ly/ask-CLOE-LeadershipandPositivity

#UBuffalo
#Leadership
#UBMgt

Today’s #FeatureFriday is Molly Anderson, CLOE executive director. Molly has expanded CLOE’s mission to provide cutting-...
03/25/2022

Today’s #FeatureFriday is Molly Anderson, CLOE executive director. Molly has expanded CLOE’s mission to provide cutting-edge leadership research, education and training, both locally and globally. She is co-founder of the school’s Nonprofit Board Fellowship and launched CLOE’s Leadership Coaching Certification in 2020. She has worked with the school and university to bring some of the most influential names in leadership to Buffalo, including Seth Godin, Adam Grant, Daniel Pink and Malala Yousafzai. Molly is also committed to servant leadership and serves on several nonprofit boards.

To learn more about CLOE and the programs we offer visit our website. https://bit.ly/UB-CLOE

#UBuffalo
#Leadership
#UBMgt

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Congratulations to UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Leadership Coaching Certification cohort two led by Marsha King, Ph.D. and Joel H. Treisman (MAPP, MBA). Thanks to all of our guest speakers, faculty coaches and volunteers who shared their expertise over the past eight months. To join our next cohort and attend our virtual open house on June 7, please contact us at [email protected]. #leadership #coaching
Today we’re featuring an encore presentation from our recent annual conference on Leading Ethically in the New World of Work by Dorothy M. Siaw-Asamoah, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor Organization and Human Resources Department, Faculty Director, Global Programs at University at Buffalo School of Management. Her talk explores the importance of your holistic self and how your leadership style doesn’t have to be complicated but is embedded in who you are and how you show up every day—your identity, uniqueness and genuine respect for what makes each person one of a kind. Watch here: https://bit.ly/52Weeks-Week20 #UBCLOE #UBMgt #leadershipdevelopment
Today we pause to reflect on the tragedy of this weekend’s mass shooting in Buffalo. We will resume our 52 Weeks of Leadership series next week with insights on ethical leadership from Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah, clinical assistant professor of organization and human resources. The full statement from Paul Tesluk, dean of the UB School of Management: https://bit.ly/3MwvY2M
In May, we’re featuring encore presentations of content from our recent annual conference on Leading Ethically in the New World of Work. This week join us for a short presentation by our Faculty Director, Jim Lemoine, on what it really means to be ethical in modern organizations. Don't forget to send us your questions on this month's content to [email protected], and we'll answer them with exactly what the research says! Click the link for this week’s content: https://bit.ly/52Weeks-Week18 #UBMgt #UBCLOE #AskCLOE #LeadershipDevelopment
The Balancing Act of Leadership is the theme of the UB Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness 52 Weeks of Leadership. Today's video features an in-depth conversation between Rick Kennedy, partner and past president of Hodgson Russ, and Tim Maynes, faculty director for the UB MBA program and associate professor of organization and human resources. Watch the video here: https://lnkd.in/dcHj7R3f Monday, April 25, is our ASK CLOE segment, where we answer your questions on leadership. Please send your questions to [email protected]. #UBCLOE #UBMgt #leadership
#ThrowbackThursday to last week's CLOE Conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work. We had a great time full of learning, reflection, and networking. Thank you to all of our participants and speakers for joining us. We would also like to thank our sponsors: Rich Products, UB School of Management Alumni Association, Wisconsin Servant Leadership, UB Professional MBA Program, KeyBank, and North Forest Office Space for helping us make this year's conference happen. #UBuffalo #Leadership #Ethics #UBMgt
Welcome back to another week of CLOE's 52 Weeks of Leadership series. Our topic this month is The Balancing Act of Leadership: how leaders juggle multiple needs and priorities. Today you will hear from Prasad Balkundi, PhD, chair of the UB School of Management Department of Organization and Human Resources, and Katriel Agregado, president of the UB chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi. https://bit.ly/UB-CLOE-TheBalancingActofLeadership Don't forget to send us any questions that you may have about this month's topic to [email protected], and we will tell you exactly what the research says. #UBuffalo #Leadership #UBMgt
Join us on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work to learn about The Paradoxical Commandments with one of our keynote speakers Kent Keith. He is the author of 10 books, which have sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide, including U.S. bestsellers Anyway: The Paradoxical Commandments and The Case for Servant Leadership. As the world of work continues to change with the rise of gig and remote work, leaders will be most effective if they expand their ethical behavior to include more and better ways to support their colleagues, while helping them grow and find the meaning that will motivate them to perform at their highest levels. Leaders should also care about the impact their organization has on all of its stakeholders, taking their contributions, needs and interests into account to have a strong foundation for the future. Visit our website to secure your spot: https://lnkd.in/dtdd5_5n #UBuffalo #Leadership #Ethics #UBMgt
Join us on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work to Explore the Eight Habits of the Heart with one of our keynote speakers, Clifton LeMoure Taulbert, Entrepreneur, Pulitzer Nominee, International Lecturer and CEO. According to Taulbert, all people can rise to the occasion of becoming servant leaders. Because they embrace the idea that others matter—as do their dreams and aspirations—servant leaders find joy walking alongside others, growing and becoming together. Taulbert will take you on a journey to a place in time where ordinary people became extraordinary servant leaders. You will explore the eight habits of their hearts that were unselfishly shared with Taulbert when he was young, lifting his sights beyond the cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta to who he would eventually become. These habits remain timeless and universal, not held captive by race, gender or geography. Taulbert is a bestselling author and has written 14 books, produced a major motion picture and served as a consultant on several documentaries, including Jews in the Delta and the Emmy-award winning Boomtown: An American Journey, which details the birth of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The U.S. government selected one of his books as a gift for Nelson Mandela upon his release from prison in 1990 and his most recent book, The Invitation, was chosen by the Architect of the United States Capitol as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Visit our website to learn more about Clifton Taulbert and to secure your spot: https://lnkd.in/dtdd5_5n #UBuffalo #Leadership #Ethics #UBMgt
You know there is no “I” in team, but do you know how to move from “I” to “We”? Find out how to develop collective leadership so it’s not just talk with Nathan Eva on April 7 at our annual CLOE conference: Leading Ethically in the New World of Work. We hear of organizations that are moving from one leader to teams of leaders – but is your team and organization ready? How does collective leadership even work? In this interactive session, you’ll learn how collective leadership can work in today’s organizations before examining our own teams and organizations to see what could be holding us back. Nathan Eva is an associate professor in the Department of Management at Monash Business School in Boon Wurrung Country, Australia. His research examines follower-first leadership approaches that deliver organizational performance combined with inclusive and supportive workplaces. He is a board member of the Network of Leadership Scholars and a facilitator for the International Leadership Association’s Leadership Education Academy. His article on servant leadership in The Leadership Quarterly is the most cited and downloaded in the journal since 2017. Your last chance to register is today at 5 p.m. Eastern. Visit our website to secure your spot: https://lnkd.in/dtdd5_5n #UBuffalo #Leadership #Ethics #UBMgt
Today we wrap up our month on Leadership and Positivity. Thank you to all of our guests: Danielle Tussing, assistant professor of organization and human resources; Althea Luehrsen, CEO of Leadership Buffalo; Tyler Penberthy MBA candidate '22; and Jake Cheng, BA '23. Earlier this month, we opened the [email protected] mailbox and invited you to send us your questions on Leadership and Positivity. We dug into those questions to see what the research says, and this week we're sharing those answers with you. To hear what the research has to say follow the link below: https://bit.ly/ask-CLOE-LeadershipandPositivity #UBuffalo #Leadership #UBMgt
Today’s #FeatureFriday is Molly Anderson, CLOE executive director. Molly has expanded CLOE’s mission to provide cutting-edge leadership research, education and training, both locally and globally. She is co-founder of the school’s Nonprofit Board Fellowship and launched CLOE’s Leadership Coaching Certification in 2020. She has worked with the school and university to bring some of the most influential names in leadership to Buffalo, including Seth Godin, Adam Grant, Daniel Pink and Malala Yousafzai. Molly is also committed to servant leadership and serves on several nonprofit boards. To learn more about CLOE and the programs we offer visit our website. https://bit.ly/UB-CLOE #UBuffalo #Leadership #UBMgt