Natalia Karelaia is an Associate Professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD where she teaches different topics on decision making, negotiations, leadership development, and change to MBAs and executive participants. She joined INSEAD in 2008, and was a visiting scholar at Harvard Business School (2016-2017) and the Program on Negotiation at Harvard University (2008).
Leadership in Wicked Times
By NATALIA KARELAIA and LUDO VAN DER HEYDEN. Unfairness remains in the wicked, unperfect world. How can leadership rise in this wicked and trying times? Find out ways on how to "tame" these wicked problems with leadership skills and tips.
When in Doubt, Leaders Should Ask Questions
BY NATALIA KARELAIA. Leaders are encouraged to actively ask questions and here's why. Read on to find out more on how asking questions could help leaders in their character, growth and relationship with others.
When Authenticity Means Conflict
When Authenticity Doesn’t Translate
Being Authentic Makes Inclusiveness Happens
The Advantages of Being (Seen As) Authentic
Being authentic improves employee engagement, which then leads to an increase in motivation and job satisfaction. However, ‘just be yourself’ still leaves us with many unanswered questions. This article uncovers triggers and consequences of authenticity in the work context.