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Challenge: Developing, Retaining, and Promoting Talented Women
Despite the fact that many women desire to move up in their companies, they are not making it to that next level-a challenge that's no doubt affecting the bottom line for many companies. This white paper explores the workplace barriers to gender diversity, offers concrete solutions, and describes how a brand-new CCL program can help experienced female managers take the next step as leaders.
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The How-To of Vertical Leadership Development-Part 2: 30 Experts, 3 Conditions, and 15 Approaches
Leaders who've experienced vertical leadership development bring more complex, sophisticated ways of thinking to the table. This paper draws on the perspectives of experts around the world to help you create the right conditions and use the right tools to instill vertical leadership development across your organization.
How to Be the Boss without Being the B-Word (Bossy)
No one likes working with a controlling, dictating boss or coworker. In fact, the CCL research described in this white paper shows that bossiness can be harmful to your career. Whether you've been labeled a bossy leader or have coworkers who are bossy, this paper offers you strategies and tips to help you control negative bossy behaviors in your workplace.
Bossy: What's Gender Got to Do with It?
A CCL survey of leaders found women twice as likely as men to be branded as bossy in the workplace. But do women really act bossier than men on the job? Read this paper to find out what our research shows about how and why the bossy label often gets genderized.
Make Learning Stick: Best Practices to Get the Most Out of Leadership Development
How can you and your organization ensure that the lessons taught in your leadership development training stick over time? This white paper will guide you through CCL's 3X3X3 Model™, fortifying you with strategies to help people apply and deepen their learning to develop the leadership capacity your organization needs.
Delivering a Collective Leadership Strategy for Health Care
CCL and The Kings Fund believe collective leadership, where leadership is shared by each and every member of an organisation, is imperative to delivering sustainable culture change and patient care improvements in the United Kingdom's National Health Care System. This collaborative white paper describes the complex endeavour of developing and implementing a collective leadership strategy.
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With the NHS facing bigger challenges than ever before, leaders must ensure that cultures within health care organizations sustain high-quality, compassionate and ever-improving care. Key to shaping these cultures is leadership.
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The key challenge facing all NHS organisations is to nurture cultures that ensure the delivery of continuously improving high quality, safe and compassionate healthcare. Leadership is the most influential factor in shaping organisational culture and so ensuring the necessary leadership behaviours, strategies and qualities are developed is fundamental. What do we really know about leadership of health services?