• Mirjana Radović-Marković Faculty of Economics and EngineeringManagement, Novi Sad, Serbia


Resilience, Leaders, Leadership Sustainability, Sustainable Development Goals


Leadership sustainability is a multifaceted concept that encompasses self-awareness, learning, resilience, empathy, vision, ethical practices, and more. Leaders who prioritize these factors can maintain their effectiveness and impact over the long term, driving positive outcomes for themselves, their teams, and their organizations. Resilience is a fundamental quality for leadership sustainability. It equips leaders with the tools to handle challenges, maintain focus on their goals, and inspire their teams to work together toward a sustainable and successful future. Studies may investigate the relationship between sustainable leadership and organizational performance, including financial performance, employee satisfaction, and stakeholder trust.


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How to Cite

Radović-Marković, M. (2024). THE RESILIENCE AND LEADERSHIP SUSTAINABILITY. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Resilience, 7(1), 105–114. Retrieved from