Leading Effectively e-Newsletter - May 2012 Issue
Leaders as Civic Problem-Solvers
How can we prepare and engage leaders to serve communities and solve big problems?
"It is imperative that we accelerate the development of managers and better prepare them for senior leadership roles." —Sissy McKee, leadership program director, Boehringer Ingelheim
Learn how one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies is "Developing Leaders Poised to Succeed in the Face of Change and Complexity"
What Do Colleagues Think about You?
Ever wonder what your boss, peers and subordinates think you could be doing better? Get 360-degree feedback in CCL's Leadership Development Program.
Society for Human Resource Management
The Conference Board Change Management Conference
The challenge for leadership development is the gap between today's methods and tomorrow's problems.
"There are no simple, existing models or programs that are sufficient to develop the levels of collective leadership needed to meet an increasingly complex future," says Nick Petrie.
Making a Difference
The Progress Principle
An interview with Teresa Amabile, professor and a director of research at Harvard Business School
April's #1 Leadership RuleCongratulations to Doug Keating for receiving the most votes for his favorite Leadership Rule: Leaders are responsible for everything that happens in an organization ... the good, the bad and the ugly. Reward the good, fix the bad, and do your best dealing with the ugly.
Be sure to submit your rule and vote for your favorite! In each issue of Leading Effectively, we'll feature the top rule for the month prior.