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Abraham, Mary; Howard, Jeff; Smith, Mike – Center for Creative Leadership, 2022
The uncertainty and disruption imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic are so extensive that they will far outlast the pandemic itself. It is difficult to scale leadership development when staff is constantly shifting and leaders are struggling just to keep up with the day-to-day challenges of their work and personal lives. HR and L&D (learning and…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Leadership, Change Strategies, Talent Development
Center for Creative Leadership, 2021
With increasing globalization and digital fluency, next-generation workers are free to explore a broader range of opportunities. But they're also faced with upheaval on both the job and personal front, from the challenges of working from home during a global pandemic to the struggles involved in finding their voice in an increasingly diverse and…
Descriptors: Pandemics, COVID-19, Technological Literacy, Age Groups
Puri, Sunil; Galante, Paul – Center for Creative Leadership, 2020
Asian leaders continue to deal with perhaps the biggest crisis they have faced in their careers. The combined social, economic, and health crises due to the COVID-19 pandemic continue to stress-test organizations, forcing them to stare at the potential reality of bankruptcy. C-Suite Leaders (CXOs) not only deal with external leadership crises to…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Crisis Management, Asians
Funck, Frederic – Center for Creative Leadership, 2020
When HR executives and buyers prioritize leadership development options for their senior leaders, corporate coaching is often at the top of the list. Particularly in times of profound change and disruption, executives and senior-level managers need the support of a coach who can help them filter through noise and make clear decisions that propel…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Management Development, Leadership, Data Use
Burke, Patty Rowland; Simmons, Kelly – Center for Creative Leadership, 2020
Aiming to inspire and empower, "Beating the Odds" highlights real-life success stories of technical women who made it. This book explores critical turning points that make or break careers and provides tools for putting insight into action -- both for women and organizations supporting them. "Beating the Odds" shares the…
Descriptors: Success, Barriers, Work Environment, Women Scientists
Calarco, Allan – Center for Creative Leadership, 2020
In today's business world, change and disruption are the new normal. It's not uncommon for companies, industries, and even the world at large to be turned upside down seemingly overnight. With the fast pace of change, adaptable leadership is no longer just an asset, it's a necessity. Executives who display adaptable leadership seek new and…
Descriptors: Leadership Effectiveness, Leadership Styles, Problem Solving, Innovation
Leis, Micela; Reinecke, Susan – Center for Creative Leadership, 2020
Today's youth are tomorrow's leaders. The better they can understand themselves and work effectively with others, the greater impact they can make on the world around them. Based on research from the Center for Creative Leadership, "Social-Emotional Leadership: A Guide for Youth Development" identifies 14 student leadership attributes…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Leadership, Adolescent Development
Keil, Andrew – Center for Creative Leadership, 2020
Even in good times, when business is booming and employee engagement is high, executive leaders and senior-level managers face a high level of pressure. Not only are they charged with setting the direction for their organizations, but they must also foster alignment and commitment with their teams so the organization moves forward successfully.…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Administrator Characteristics, Behavior, Skill Development
Deal, S. Todd; Yarborough, Preston – Center for Creative Leadership, 2020
Formal leadership development programs enhance what students learn in the classroom by giving them powerful tools for personal and professional success. They are also a differentiator for many institutions. They help schools attract more high-ability students, distinguish themselves from peer institutions, and increase the value of a student's…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Student Leadership, College Students, Leadership Training
DePass, Michael; Ehrlich, Valerie; Leis, Micela – Center for Creative Leadership, 2019
In-depth studies in the field of K-12 education confirm that investments in high-quality, research-based leadership development for school systems can directly impact student success--in the classroom and beyond. This results in the need to learn beyond content mastery and develop deeper learning skills. Students need to be able to adapt quickly,…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Leadership Training, Management Development, Transformational Leadership
Hallenbeck, George; Santana, Laura – Center for Creative Leadership, 2019
While learning agility has become a hot topic in recent decades, there's not yet widespread understanding of its underlying nature, nor the best way for organizations and talent development leaders to leverage it, especially because it isn't a skill that's necessarily concentrated at the top of an organization. Instead, it's likely dispersed among…
Descriptors: Leadership Qualities, Learning Processes, Cognitive Ability, Cognitive Processes
Chandrasekar, N. Anand – Center for Creative Leadership, 2019
Decades of research by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) around the world have concluded that the two most powerful ways to grow and mature as a leader are by way of taking on challenging assignments, and by developing powerful relationships. With India being one of the largest and fastest growing economies in the world, Indian CXOs have to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership Qualities, Leadership Training, Experiential Learning
Zhao, Sophia; Puri, Sunil – Center for Creative Leadership, 2017
While more women than ever now participate in the paid workforce, it still can be hard to find women in top leadership positions. To understand why so few women are in top leadership positions, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) set out to understand what factors help women achieve leadership…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Females, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Gender Bias
Mitchell, Michael T. – Center for Creative Leadership, 2017
Does innovation matter? In a 2015 survey, the authors asked the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) clients about innovation. Not surprisingly, nearly all of them--94%--said that innovation is important. People are living in a time when technology is advancing at a blistering pace, creating new possibilities for individuals and organizations…
Descriptors: Innovation, Interviews, Employers, Behavior
Clerkin, Cathleen – Center for Creative Leadership, 2017
"What Women Want" is a scientific study conducted in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) and Watermark. The aim of this study is to help organizational decision makers better understand how--and why--to recruit, retain, and promote women in the workplace. This study included 745 leaders and aspiring leaders. On…
Descriptors: Females, Employed Women, Online Surveys, Women Administrators
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