Leading Effectively e-Newsletter - August 2014 Issue
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A Leadership Bucket List?
New Leadership for Effective Health Care
In a new white paper, Delivering a Collective Leadership Strategy for Health Care, CCL and The King's Fund describe a process for implementing leadership strategy to meet changing needs.
First-Time Managers Must Learn: "It's Not about Me"
It's not easy to go from a lifetime of personal achievements and self-reliance to being accountable and responsible for the success of others. CCL's Bill Gentry helps first-time managers make the shift.
Adaptability: 1 Idea, 3 Facts, 5 TipsAdapting to change is a life skill and a leadership imperative. What are you doing to help yourself — and others — adapt?
Coaching Direct Reports? Work on the RelationshipWhen managers coach direct reports, organizations benefit. But where to start? A good coaching outcome begins with a good coaching relationship.
HR Pipeline: The Confusion of TeamsIs your project team a team? Is it really a work group? Questions like these matter when it comes to developing the skills leaders and groups need to be productive.
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 August 2014 issue is author Henry Evans.
Kentucky Businesses Invest in School LeadersQuality education is in demand, according to the Kentucky Chamber Foundation and the state's business leaders. The Chamber turned to CCL to build a leadership development program with a customized focus on Kentucky's needs. The program, known as the Kentucky Leadership Institute for School Principals, will span multiple years and engage a new cohort of principals each year. Admission to the program is competitive, with a rigorous application process.
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