Duration: 1 hour
Premium Members Price: $36
Every successful leader knows one thing for certain: The skills and knowledge that brought them to where they are probably won’t take them to where they need to go. Successful people adapt and grow. They thrive because they change. And although change can be hard, there are proven tactics for making a change process more successful.
In this session you will learn:
- A five-step process for creating and launching professional and personal change
- Tactics for creating a realistic and meaningful plan for change
- Strategies for anticipating and overcoming obstacles to change
Target audience: Individuals who want to bring focus, motivation, and action to his or her own (and others’) desire to be a better leader.
With over 25 years of experience at CCL, Cindy McCauley has contributed to many aspects of CCL's work: research, publication, product development, program evaluation, coaching, and management. Capitalizing on this broad experience, Cindy has developed expertise in leader development methods, including developmental assignments and relationships, 360-degree feedback, and action learning. She co-developed two of CCL's assessment tools, Benchmarks and the Job Challenge Profile. As a thought leader, she has created frameworks for experience-driven development in organizations and for understanding leadership as a collective process.
Cindy is co-editor of The Center for Creative Leadership Handbook of Leadership Development, Third Edition (with Ellen Van Velsor and Marian Ruderman), Experience-Driven Leader Development: Models, Tools, Best Practices and Advice for On-the-Job Development (with Scott DeRue, Paul Yost, and Sylvester Taylor), and Using Experience to Develop Leadership Talent (with Morgan McCall). One or her most popular publications, Developmental Assignments: Creating Learning Experiences WIthout Change Jobs, was featured on CNN.com and in Harvard Management Update. Her latest book for managers, Change Now! Five Steps to Better Leadership (with Pete Scisco, Jean Leslie, and Rob Elsey), integrates research-based knowledge on leader development into an easy-to-use development planning process.