Wednesday September 23, 2020

Real success requires a combination of leadership styles

The leadership style that works best combines both task and people attributes

24th February, 2019
Michael O’Leary: a new organisational structure will see him letting go of the day-to-day job of managing Ryanair

The planned leadership changes at Ryanair, with Michael O’Leary handing over the controls but remaining in the cockpit, have put a spotlight on leaders’ individual styles and the challenges of succession planning and developing leadership pipelines.

The successful double act of David Bonderman as chair and O’Leary as chief executive, which has lasted for over 20 years, is coming to an end. Bonderman will step down as chair in 2020, long beyond...

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