FrameBreaking Leadership Development
Mark A. Kizilos
While people can’t change their natural talents, they can get onto an accelerated path to success by learning how to practice the learning mindset of an effective leader. FrameBreaking Leadership development teaches current and aspiring leaders how to get better experiences, learn more from them, and apply that learning to achieve personal career goals while delivering better results for their organization.
High Flyers: Developing the Next Generation of Leaders
Morgan W. McCall, Jr.
McCall presents a strategic framework for identifying and developing future executives. Full of vivid real-life examples, the book explains how senior managers can create an environment that supports the development of talent and link the firm’s business strategy with the kinds of experiences people need if they are to lead a company in fulfilling its mission.
Developing Global Executives: The Lessons of International Experience
Morgan W. McCall, Jr. and George P. Hollenbeck
Based on a study of veteran global executives, McCall and Hollenbeck reveal what it takes for organizations to groom, and individuals to become, successful international executives. Through candid, rich, and varied stories, readers learn who global executives are, what distinguishes them from domestic leaders, and which experiences have been most critical to mastering their extremely demanding careers.
Lessons of Experience: How Successful Executives Develop On the Job
Morgan W. McCall, Jr., Michael M. Lombardo, and Ann M. Morrison
McCall, Lombardo, and Morrison asked some of America’s most successful senior executives about the experiences that had the greatest impact on their careers and the lessons they took away from those experiences. The insights gleaned from these interviews for the basis for a rich and practical guide on what does and doesn’t work in management development.
Developmental Assignments: Creating Learning Experiences Without Changing Jobs
Cynthia D. McCauley
This short book consolidates knowledge from CCL’s Lessons of Experience research stream into one tool to help leaders add developmental assignments to their own jobs. McCauley offers over 100 examples of assignments that allow for development in place.
Becoming an Agile Leader
Victoria V. Swisher
Swisher introduces the concept of learning agility through a series of portraits of well-known leaders in business, politics, science and the arts. The book is filled with dozens of practical development tips—idea for on- and off-the-job roles to build learning agility, advice on avoiding “overuse”, and suggested readings for further exploration of the five learning agility factors.
Crucibles of Leadership: How to Learn from Experience to Become a Great Leader
Robert J. Thomas
Thomas concludes that what matters most is what one makes of experience, particularly the traumatic and often unplanned crucible events that challenge one’s identity as a leader. Building on insightful and moving stories told by accomplished leaders, the book offers self-assessments and innovative tools designed to help individuals develop their own personal learning strategy.
Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today: Insights from Corporate India
Meena Surie Wilson
Today’s large business organizations in India have a voracious need for effective managers and talented leaders, but demand far exceeds supply. Wilson offers thoroughly-research pointers on how Indian Managers can become high-performing business leaders using a leadership development curriculum based on extracting lessons from on-te-job experience.
Real Time Leadership Development
Paul R. Yost and Mary Mannion Plunkett
Yost and Plunkett provide guidance and tools, based on research and practices that leaders can use to fully leverage experience-based development for their own growth and to build the next generation of leaders in their organization. The book focuses on how leaders can execute business strategy and develop leadership potential in themselves and in their organizations at the same time.