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Leading Effectively e-Newsletter - January 2013 Issue

Leading Effectively
January 2013

Take Note

"An organization that understands how its talent feels can make targeted improvements, which will benefit its bottom line." — How to Maintain an Engaged Workforce, a CCL report that looks at the attitudes of professionals, managers and executives in North America

"For leaders in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region to successfully continue their progress, they need to bridge the complexity gap — the difference between the complexity expected and their ability to handle it."
Sureish Nathan, Vice President, CCL-APAC
Read More: Jump the Complexity Gap

You Can Learn to Lead for Organizational Impact

How does executive leadership impact organizational outcomes? Find out with Leading for Organizational Impact.

Upcoming Events

The Conference Board Executive Coaching Conference
March 12-13, 2013
New York, NY

CCL Webinar:
Why 360-degree Assessment Initiatives Fail
1-2 p.m. ET
February 14, 2013

Versatility & Technology Brew in Innovation Lab

Knowing what worked in the past and adapting for the future is the work of any organization.

But sometimes success requires a radical re-think of what is possible, and this holds true at the Center for Creative Leadership.

How to Avoid Pitfalls of 360-Degree Feedback

360-degree assessments are powerful tools for learning and development. But 360s can — and do — go wrong.

The 5 Myths of Government Leadership

CCL's Clemson Turregano considers how myths about leadership in government stack up to reality — and how they help or hinder effective leadership.

HR Pipeline: Work/Life Conflicts Hurt Business

Looking to increase employee engagement and boost productivity? Then help employees better manage their work/life conflicts.

Faculty Profile

Premium Article

myCCL PremiumAlison Maitland Working & Leading in the Networked, Digital Age
An interview with Alison Maitland, co-author of Future Work

CCL's Speakers Bureau can bring each of these topics and others to life for you and your organization. Learn more about what the Speakers Bureau has to offer.