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Beschreibung

This book is written for human resource, organization development, and training professionals who need real-world best practices that show who actual workplace learning approaches work and how they can be applied. Co-published with the acclaimed Center for Creative Leadership, this important book offers a compendium of best practices, tools, techniques, processes, and other resource resources to harness the developmental power of work experiences for leadership development. In addition the book includes illustrative case studies of leadership approached that have worked in such forward thinking organizations as Boeing, Microsoft, and Heineken.

Cynthia McCauley is a senior fellow at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina. She is co-editor of The Center for Creative Leadership Handbook of Leadership Development and has been an active contributor for many years to the field of on-the-job leader development.

Scott DeRue is a management professor and director of the leadership initiative at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. Reported by CNN/Money to be one of the top forty business school professors under the age of forty, DeRue conducts research and teaches in the areas of leadership and team development.

Paul Yost is an associate professor of industrial-organizational psychology at Seattle Pacific University and principle and founder of Yost & Associates, Inc. He has worked at Microsoft, Boeing, GEICO, and Battelle Research in a variety of roles, including executive assessment, leadership development, and human resource research.

Sylvester Taylor is a director in the Research, Innovation, and Product Development Group at the Center for Creative Leadership. He has more than twenty years of experience researching, designing, and implementing leadership development initiatives, primarily helping organizations gain value from organizational and multi-rater feedback.

Autorentext

Cynthia McCauley is a senior fellow at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina. She is co-editor of The Center for Creative Leadership Handbook of Leadership Development and has been an active contributor for many years to the field of on-the-job leader development.

Scott DeRue is a management professor and director of the leadership initiative at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. Reported by CNN/Money to be one of the top forty business school professors under the age of forty, DeRue conducts research and teaches in the areas of leadership and team development.

Paul Yost is an associate professor of industrial-organizational psychology at Seattle Pacific University and principle and founder of Yost & Associates, Inc. He has worked at Microsoft, Boeing, GEICO, and Battelle Research in a variety of roles, including executive assessment, leadership development, and human resource research.

Sylvester Taylor is a director in the Research, Innovation, and Product Development Group at the Center for Creative Leadership. He has more than twenty years of experience researching, designing, and implementing leadership development initiatives, primarily helping organizations gain value from organizational and multi-rater feedback.



Inhalt

List of Exhibits, Figures, and Tables xiii

Foreword xix

Acknowledgments xxiii

Introduction xxv

SECTION 1. Developmental Experiences: More Intentional for More People 1

Section Introduction 3

Equipping Employees to Pursue Developmental Experiences 7

1 Intensity and Stretch: The Drivers of On-the-Job Development 7
Mark Kizilos (Experience-Based Development Associates, LLC)

2 A Leadership Experience Framework 15
Paul Van Katwyk, Joy Hazucha, and Maynard Goff (Korn/Ferry International)

3 Identifying Development-in-Place Opportunities 21
Cynthia McCauley (Center for Creative Leadership)

4 Leadership Maps: Identifying Developmental Experiences in Any Organization 25
Paul Yost (Seattle Pacific University) and Joy Hereford (Yost & Associates, Inc.)

5 Building Organization-Specific Knowledge About Key Developmental Experiences 37
Paul R. Bly (Th omson Reuters) and Mark Kizilos (Experience-Based Development Associates, LLC)

6 Expression of Interest: Making Sought-After Roles Visible 45
Tanya Boyd (Payless Holdings, Inc.)

7 Designing Part-Time Cross-Functional Experiences 49
Nisha Advani (Genentech, a member of the Roche Group)

8 Creating Project Marketplaces 55
Cynthia McCauley (Center for Creative Leadership)

Leveraging Existing Experiences for Learning 57

9 Leveraging the Developmental Power of Core Organizational Work 57
Patricia M.G. O'Connor (Wesfarmers)

10 Learning Transferable Skills Through Event Planning 65
Kenna Cottrill and Kim Hayashi (Leadership Inspirations)

11 Pinpointing: Matching Job Assignments to Employees 69
Jeffrey J. McHenry (Rainier Leadership Solutions)

12 Learning from Personal Life Experiences 77
Marian N. Ruderman and Patricia J. Ohlott (Center for Creative Leadership)

Creating New Developmental Experience 81

13 Strategic Corporate Assignments to Develop Emerging Market Leaders 81
Anita Bhasin (Sage Ways, Inc.), Lori Homer (Microsoft), and Eric Rait (Honeycomb Development)

14 Full-Time Strategic Projects for High Potentials 87
Paul Orleman (SAP)

15 A Personalized Rotation Program to Develop Future Leaders 93
Bela Tisoczki and Laurie Bevier (General Electric)

16 Corporate Volunteerism as an Avenue for Leader Development 99
Shannon M. Wallis (Arrow Leadership Strategies) and Jeff rey J. McHenry (Rainier Leadership Solutions)

17 Developing Socially Responsible Global Leaders Through Service Projects 107
Mathian Osicki and Caroline Smee (IBM)

18 Stretch Assignments to Develop First-Time Supervisors 113
Sally A. Allison and Marsha Green (Duke University)

19 Executive Shadowing 119
Ritesh Daryani (Expedia, Inc.)

20 Leadership Fitness Challenge: Daily Exercise of the Leadership Muscle 123
Laura Ann Preston-Dayne (Kelly Services, Inc.)

21 Using a Video-Case-Based Collaborative Approach in Leader Development 129
Nate Allen (U.S. Army, National Defense University)

22 Cross-Company Consortiums: Tackling Business Challenges and Developing Leaders Together 133
Yury Boshyk (Th e Global Executive Learning Network)

SECTION 2. Leaders: Better Equipped to Learn from Experience 141

Section Introduction 143

Organizing Frameworks 145

23 Mindful Engagement: Learning to Learn from Experience 145
D. Scott DeRue and Susan J. Ashford (University of Michigan)

24 PARR: A Learning Model for Managers 151
Laura Ann Preston-Dayne (Kelly Services, Inc.)

25 GPS•R: A Tool for Assessing Learning Readiness 157
Paul Yost, Hillary Roche, and Jillian McLellan (Seattle Pacific University)

Learning Strategies and Tactics 165

26 Asking Questions to Foster Learning from Experience 165
Sally Beddor Nowak (Agilent Technology)

27 Using the Classroom to Create a Learning Orientation 169
Lori Homer (Microsoft) and Anita Bhasin (Sage Ways, Inc.)

28 Establishing a Learning Mindset 177
Kelly A. Bunker (Making Experience Matter)

29 Tactics for Learning from Experience 181
Maxine Dalton

30 Narrating Emotions to Enhance Learning 187
Shirli Kopelman (University of Michigan) and Ilan Gewurz (Proment Corporation)

31 Proactive Feedback Seeking: The Power of Seeing Yourself as Others See You 195
Susan J. Ashford (University of Michigan)

32 Feedback: Who, When, and How to Ask 203
Sylvester Taylor (Center for Creative Leadership)

33 Micro-Feedback: A Tool for Real-Time Learning 207
Tanya Boyd (Payless Holdings, Inc.)

Reflection and Retention 213

34 Leadership Journeys: Intentional Reflection Experiences 213
Nicole L. Dubbs, Andrew K. Mandel, Kristi...

Produktinformationen

Titel: Experience-Driven Leader Development
Untertitel: Models, Tools, Best Practices, and Advice for On-the-Job Development
Autor:
EAN: 9781118767849
ISBN: 978-1-118-76784-9
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: Jossey-Bass
Genre: Management
Anzahl Seiten: 608
Veröffentlichung: 22.11.2013
Jahr: 2013
Auflage: 3. Aufl.
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 7.9 MB
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