Accelerating Your Development as a Leader: A Guide for Leaders and their Managers
September 2011, Pfeiffer
PART I: PARTICIPANT’S GUIDE 1
Participant’s Preface 3
1 Managing a Company of One 7
2 Closing the Gap 17
3 Building Your Plan 38
4 Leveraging Developmental Assignments 58
5 Accelerating Your Learning 85
6 Managing Your Personal Brand 122
PART II: LEADER’S GUIDE 161
Leader’s Preface 163
1 The What and the Why of Managerial Coaching 165
2 How to Implement Coaching 175
3 Helping Others to Identify Developmental Gaps 188
4 Helping Others Build Their Plans 196
5 Helping Others Leverage Developmental Assignments 205
6 Helping Others Accelerate On-the-Job Learning 217
7 Coaching Others on Brand Management 231
About the Author 240
Dr. Barner is a prolific writer whose writing contributions include six books on the subjects of career counseling and leadership development with translations into German, Norwegian, and Estonian. He has also been a contributor to several university texts, has written over 40 articles for academic journals, and has been a reviewer for both the Journal of Organizational Change Management and the Journal of Management Development.
Dr. Barner has presented to several international symposia and conferences, including the American Society for Training and Development, The Society for Human Resource Management, The World Future Society, and the National OD Network. His articles on the subjects of career planning, executive coaching, executive development, and team building have appeared in such publications as The Wall Street Journal’s National Business Employment Weekly, The OD Practitioner, Career Development International, Team Performance Management, The Journal of Organizational Change Management, HR Magazine, and Training & Development.
Dr Barner holds a Masters and Doctorate in Organization Development from Fielding Graduate University, a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Nova Southeastern, and Bachelors degrees in Education and Psychology from Florida Atlantic University.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org