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Three Keys to Development: Defining and Meeting Your Leadership Challenges

Three Keys to Development: Defining and Meeting Your Leadership Challenges

Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), Henry Browning, Ellen Van Velsor

ISBN: 978-1-882-19740-8 March 2007 Pfeiffer 32 Pages

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Description

During the course of your career, you are likely to have many different kinds of developmental experiences. You may be assigned to or seek out a challenging position that tests your limits. You may establish a relationship with a mentor. You may feel called to provide leadership for some community activity. Or you may seek out further training and educational opportunities, such as formal leadership development programs. All of these different experiences share a common path—they are avenues toward personal and professional growth. These experiences may make you feel as if your learning and development were accelerated. What caused that acceleration? How do you keep the learning momentum going once the experience ends? This guidebook shows you how to enhance the value and impact of developmental experiences.
7 Why Seek Assessment, Challenge, and Support?

10 Assessment

When Is Assessment Necessary?

Assessing Yourself and Your Situation

What Assessment Tells You

15 Challenge

Challenge and Development

How to Add Challenge

20 Support

Increasing Support to Manage Challenges

How to Build Support

25 Keeping Your Balance

26 Suggested Readings

27 Background

28 Key Point Summary