Leading Effectively e-Newsletter - July 2014 Issue
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Are You Angry at Your Phone or Your Job?
Public Sector vs. Private Sector: What's Different?
These questions are addressed in a new CCL white paper: Public Sector Leadership Challenges: Are They Different and Does It Matter?
4 Rules of Asking for Feedback
Getting regular feedback — not just the occasional discussion or performance review — shouldn't be like pulling teeth. You can gain much-needed insight and input when you take four steps, says CCL's Sylvester Taylor.
Communication: 1 Idea, 3 Facts, 5 TipsCommunication is a core leadership function, and leaders need to know a whole lot more than the mechanics of sending and receiving information.
Beyond Competencies: What About the Leader's Mind?Behaviors, skills and actions matter — but so does what happens in a leader's mind. How is that factored into leadership development?
HR Pipeline: The 6 Roles for a Successful 360 Process360-degree assessments are widely used for leadership and talent development. But the process can fall apart if all the key players are not in place.
myCCL Premium ArticleEach month the Premium subscribers of Leading Effectively have access to an interview with a thought leader, author or expert. Through these interviews, we offer different perspectives on topics related to leadership. Featured in the July 2014 issue are authors Howard Fero and Rebecca Herman.
Ingersoll Rand Invests in Women Leaders, Gets ResultsLike many global companies, Ingersoll Rand had few women in the middle and senior management ranks of functions with profit-and-loss responsibility. In the EMEIA region, gender diversity was a particular challenge. The lack of opportunities for advancement meant women were more likely to leave the company than their male counterparts — further perpetuating their underrepresentation among the senior leadership ranks.
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