Leadership & ManagementEditing Portfolio / By Deborah Milstein All articles published by MIT Sloan Management Review online. Boomerang CEOs: What Happens When the CEO Comes Back?A comparative investigation of boomerang and non-boomerang CEOs reveals some nonobvious insights and critical implications for leaders. What Employees Need to Hear From Leaders in Times of CrisisDuring a crisis, employees need frequent, honest communication from organizational and team leaders. How to Reduce the Risk of Colliding Change InitiativesNew research points to consistency as a pivotal success factor when companies launch concurrent change initiatives. The Two Roles Leaders Must Play in a CrisisDisaster managers must be sufficiently flexible to meet stakeholder expectations, depending on the situation. Leading in Government Demands the Stewardship of Public TrustMaintaining public trust — a critical leadership responsibility — can be daunting when trust has suffered grievous harm. Do Founder CEOs Tune Out Their Teams?New research explores whether founder CEOs incorporate or ignore advice from their leadership teams.