This research report reveals ways leaders are preparing talent for the new normal and reframing[…]
Self-awareness can be challenging to develop, but your effectiveness as a leader depends greatly upon how well you understand yourself, the way others view you, and your navigation of the resulting interactions.
How can women lead authentically? Discover these 4 steps to align work and home life with your priorities and sense of self worth in order to improve both realms of your life.
New managers must understand the difference in being a boss vs. a leader, because their leadership effectiveness affects the success of their whole team.
This case study shows how CCL partnered with the Gender Equality Network to foster women’s leadership development in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma.
Learn how a national advocacy group invested in a high-caliber leadership program to further develop summer camp programs, and their leadership, as an extended community for Jewish youth.
Want to set yourself apart as a leader? Arm yourself with these 6 essential skills. A recent CCL study of 2,339 managers globally shows businesses need these 6 key qualities that their leaders presently lack.
Learn how CCL partnered with the McKnight Foundation to customize a leadership development program for their Collaborative Crop Research Program (CCRP) West Africa Community of Practice (CoP).
This paper outlines the importance of young women’s leadership in supporting girls and strengthening our communities and world.
Learn about how Ravenscroft collaborated with the Center for Creative Leadership to develop a program to foster leadership skills in the entire school community, including students.
What is social identity, and how does it relate to effective leadership? Learn about this important but overlooked aspect of diversity awareness, and how to use your understanding of it to elevate equity.
CCL partnered with Women in Cable Telecommunications to develop executive leadership training for women at senior and upper-middle management levels.
The Women’s Professional Forum partnered with CCL to develop Girls Leadership Edge, a leadership development curriculum for girls between the ages of 13 and 15.