Linda A. Hill is the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School and chair of the Leadership Initiative. Hill is regarded as one of the world’s top experts on leadership. Hill’s TED talk on how to manage for collective creativity has over 2 million views.
Hill’s research and consulting focuses on leadership development, leading change and innovation, and implementing global strategies. In 2014, she co-founded Paradox Strategies—an advisory and research firm that advises organizations and boards on leadership and innovation.
Hill completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Harvard Business School and earned a Ph.D. in Behavioral Sciences at the University of Chicago. She has a B.A., summa cum laude, in psychology from Bryn Mawr College.
Co-Authored with Greg Brandeau
Why can some organizations innovative time and again, while most cannot? The key to innovation is not attracting exceptional creative talent, making the right investments or breaking down organization silos, you need to lead it – with a special kind leadership that unleashes and harnesses the “collective genius” of the people in the organization.
Co-Authored with Kent Lineback
Reveals how to become an effective leader through compelling stories and practical advice by mastering three imperatives: 1. Manage yourself, 2. Manager your network, and 3. Manage your team.
Trace the experiences of nineteen new managers over the course of their first year in the role, as they reveal the complexity of the transition, highlighting the expectations of these managers, their subordinates, and their superiors.