Immunity to Change

"In this book, the authors show how our individual beliefs - along with the collective mindsets in our organizations - combine to create a natural but powerful immunity to change.

Author: Robert Kegan

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 1422117367

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 340

View: 391

A recent study showed that when doctors tell heart patients they will die if they don't change their habits, only one in seven will be able to follow through successfully. Desire and motivation aren't enough: even when it's literally a matter of life or death, the ability to change remains maddeningly elusive. Given that the status quo is so potent, how can we change ourselves and our organizations? In Immunity to Change, authors Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey show how our individual beliefs--along with the collective mind-sets in our organizations--combine to create a natural but powerful immunity to change. By revealing how this mechanism holds us back, Kegan and Lahey give us the keys to unlock our potential and finally move forward. And by pinpointing and uprooting our own immunities to change, we can bring our organizations forward with us. This persuasive and practical book, filled with hands-on diagnostics and compelling case studies, delivers the tools you need to overcome the forces of inertia and transform your life and your work.

Immunity to Blood Parasites of Animals and Man

cytotoxic effect of the antibodies and being induced to change their variant
antigens. In future experiments it may be relevant to note that in mammalian cells
susceptibility to complement-mediated lysis depends on such factors as the stage
of ...

Author: Louis Miller

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1461588553

Category: Medical

Page: 321

View: 400

Since the turn of the century, certain parasitic diseases of livestock have frus trated efforts to bring them under control by vaccination techniques; East Coast fever and trypanosomiasis are two such diseases. East Coast fever (ECF) kills a half million cattle annually; and 3 million are killed each year by trypanosomia sis, which is widely spread over tropical Mrica. Together, these diseases have closed some 7 million square kilometers of land to livestock grazing-land that might otherwise support an additional 120 million head of cattle. In 1970 W.A. Malmquist of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in collabora tion with K.N. Brown, M.P. Cunningham, and other associates at the East African Veterinary Research Organization in Kenya, succeeded in cultivating in vitro the protozoal organisms responsible for East Coast fever. This success, obtained utilizing tissue cultures, encouraged a number of organizations to support research on these parasites in an accelerated effort to develop field vaccines.

Organizational Immunity to Corruption

... assigned to core values Controlling core values Supplementing core value
sets or changing their definitions that result ... alliance, changes in the
organization environment, development, organization expansion, the
atmosphere of distrust ...

Author: Agata StachowiczStanusch

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 1617350516

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 483

View: 225

The current discussion about corruption in organizational studies is one of the most growing, most fertile and perhaps most fascinating ones. Corruption is also a construct that is multilevel and can be understood as being created and supported by social and cultural interaction. As a result, an ongoing dialogue on corruption permeates the levels of analysis and numerous research domains in organizational studies. Thus I see a major opportunity and necessity to look on corruption from a multilevel and multicultural perspective. Second, in the global society of the world today where organizational boundaries are becoming increasingly transparent and during the Global Crisis, which has been rooted in unethical and corrupt behavior of large corporations, a deeper understanding of corruption, its forms, typologies, ways to increase organizational immunity and the best practices how to fight against corruption that are particularly significant and can also uncover it means that individuals, groups, organizations and whole societies can be used to sustain a sense of purpose, direction, meaning and the right way for creating a moral frame for the ethical behavior in the world of flux. Third, there is a growing pressure in the field of organizational studies and management to formulate theories that stimulate thinking of corruption, to change understanding of the phenomenon and, what is the most important, to carry out actions that produce valued outcomes. This exciting book provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of organizational corruption. It is an essential reference tool to carry out further research on corruption in organization. This book uncovers new theoretical insights that, I hope, will inspire new questions about corruption in organization; it also changes our understanding of the phenomenon and encourages further exploration and research.

HBR s 10 Must Reads on Change Management including featured article Leading Change by John P Kotter

Diagnosing Immunity to Change Competing commitments aren't distressing only
to the boss; they're frustrating to employees as well. People with the most A
diagnostic test for immunity to change The most important steps in diagnosing ...

Author: Harvard Business Review

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 1422172066

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

View: 501

Most company's change initiatives fail. Yours don't have to. If you read nothing else on change management, read these 10 articles (featuring “Leading Change,” by John P. Kotter). We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones to help you spearhead change in your organization. HBR's 10 Must Reads on Change Management will inspire you to: Lead change through eight critical stages Establish a sense of urgency Overcome addiction to the status quo Mobilize commitment Silence naysayers Minimize the pain of change Concentrate resources Motivate change when business is good This collection of best-selling articles includes: featured article "Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail" by John P. Kotter, "Change Through Persuasion," "Leading Change When Business Is Good: An Interview with Samuel J. Palmisano," "Radical Change, the Quiet Way," "Tipping Point Leadership," "A Survival Guide for Leaders," "The Real Reason People Won't Change," "Cracking the Code of Change," "The Hard Side of Change Management," and "Why Change Programs Don't Produce Change."

Sex Hormones and Immunity to Infection

However, note that the evidence to date suggests that sex differences in immunity
are dynamic, and may change over the course of the life history of an organism,
due to changes in external factors such as resource abundance, and may vary ...

Author: Sabra L. Klein

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642021558

Category: Medical

Page: 319

View: 700

Why sex matters Among human and nonhuman animals, the prevalence and intensity of infection typically is higher in males than females and may reflect differences in exposure as well as susceptibility to pathogens. Elevated immunity among females is a double-edged sword in which it is beneficial against infectious diseases but is detrimental in terms of increased development of autoimmune diseases. The present book critically reviews the evolutionary origin and the functional mechanisms responsible for sexual dimorphism in response to infection. It emphasizes the value of examining responses in both males and females to improve our understanding about host-pathogen interactions in both sexes. The contributors are experts in their specific disciplines which range from microbiology and immunology to genetics, pathology, and evolutionary biology. The book aims at bringing insight to the treatment and management of infectious diseases; it delineates areas where knowledge is lacking and highlights future avenues of research.

Change Leadership

This book brings the work of the Change Leadership Group to a broader audience, providing a framework to analyze the work of school change and exercises that guide educators through the development of their practice as agents of change.

Author: Tony Wagner

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118429516

Category: Education

Page: 304

View: 739

The Change Leadership Group at the Harvard School of Education has, through its work with educators, developed a thoughtful approach to the transformation of schools in the face of increasing demands for accountability. This book brings the work of the Change Leadership Group to a broader audience, providing a framework to analyze the work of school change and exercises that guide educators through the development of their practice as agents of change. It exemplifies a new and powerful approach to leadership in schools.

Immunity to Listeria Monocytogenes

Early termination of L. monocytogenes infection with antibiotic at 24 h
postinfection was not sufficient to change the kinetics or magnitude of the
contraction phase (Badovinac et al., 2002). This clearly demonstrated that
clearance of infection ...

Author: Emil R. Unanue

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0123945909

Category: Medical

Page: 190

View: 340

Advances in Immunology, a long-established and highly respected publication, presents current developments as well as comprehensive reviews in immunology. Articles address the wide range of topics that comprise immunology, including molecular and cellular activation mechanisms, phylogeny and molecular evolution, and clinical modalities. Edited and authored by the foremost scientists in the field, each volume provides up-to-date information and directions for the future. Contributions from leading authorities Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field

Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice

... and L.L. Lahey, Immunity to Change: How to Overcome It and Unlock Potential
in Yourself and Your Organization (Boston: Harvard Business School Press,
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Author: Nitin Nohria

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 1422157113

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 848

View: 720

Scores of books and articles have been written in the popular press and mainstream marketplace about leadership: who leaders are, what they do, and why they matter. Yet in academia, there is a dearth of rigorous research, journal articles, or doctoral programs focused on leadership as a discipline. Why do top business schools espouse mission statements that promise to "educate the leaders of the future"- yet fail to give leadership its intellectual due? The Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice seeks to bridge this disconnect. Based on the Harvard Business School Centennial Colloquium "Leadership: Advancing an Intellectual Discipline" and edited by HBS professors Nitin Nohria and Rakesh Khurana, this volume brings together the most important scholars from fields as diverse as psychology, sociology, economics, and history to take stock of what we know about leadership and to set an agenda for future research. More than a means of getting ahead and gaining power, leadership must be understood as a serious professional and personal responsibility. Featuring the thinking of today's most renowned scholars, the Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice will be a catalyst for elevating leadership to a higher intellectual plane - and help shape the research agenda for the next generation of leadership scholars.

Innate Immunity to Pulmonary Infection

... taken a long time for the epidemiologists to persuade people to change their
behaviour. It isn't easy to study what cigarette smoke is doing. Eric Bateman
reminded us of the interplay of tuberculosis, dust, HIV and cigarette smoke. It is
difficult ...

Author: Derek J. Chadwick

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470035382

Category: Medical

Page: 238

View: 911

Part of the prestigious Novartis Foundation series, this volume uniquely addresses the use of innate immunity to treat or prevent infectious diseases of the lung. Innate Immunity to Pulmonary Infection: Provides a comprehensive overview of pulmonary infectious diseases, including basic pathology, current and potential therapies, and detailed consideration of the innate biological resistance mechanisms in the lung Thoroughly examines the major topic of innate immunity in immunology, which is now seen as key to the pathogenesis of and vaccination strategies for infectious diseases Describes the genetic and environmental factors which determine the outcome of infection, such as latency of Tuberculosis, blood stream invasion from local infection, and local target tissue damage Covers the roles of cells such as neutrophils, macrophages and dendritic cells and of molecular components such as Toll-like receptors Discusses the clinical applications of the new knowledge regarding innate immunity and how this can be used in both treatment and prevention (vaccination) strategies Includes contributions from an international and interdisciplinary group of experts Innate Immunity to Pulmonary Infection is an essential resource for researchers in both industry and academia. It is of interest for all those interested in the disciplines of immunology, virology, biology, biotechnology and genetics.

The Way We re Working Isn t Working

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Tony, ref1, ref1 humility, ref1, ref1, ref1 hunger, ref1, ref1, ref1 scale, ref1, ref1
hyperglycemia, ref1 hypoglycemia, ref1 IBM, ref1 immunity to change, ref1
incubation, ...

Author: Tony Schwartz

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0857200496

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 352

View: 195

This is the paperback edition of 'The Way We're Working Isn't Working'. Through his years of intensive work consulting to companies including Procter & Gamble, Sony, Toyota, Microsoft, Ford and Ernst & Young, with his firm The Energy Project, Schwartz has developed a powerful program for changing the way we are working that greatly boosts our engagement and our satisfication with our work and increases our performance. In this book he marshalls a wide range of powerful evidence from business research and psychology that shows that the current model of work is not only not optimal, it is specfically counter-productive because it saps us of our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual energy. In order for us to perform at our best, we must make a set of key changes in our work lives -- and in order to develop the full potential of their work force, our managers and companies must institute changes that will provide us with the regular physical renewal, emotional reward, mental focus and stimulation; and sense of purpose and significance that we need.

Leading Missional Change

Leader to Leader Institute 13, (Summer 1999): 15–22.
(accessed 12 December 2005). Kegan, Robert, and Lisa Laskow Lahey,.
Immunity to Change: How to Overcome it and Unlock the Potential in Yourself
and Your ...

Author: Paul J. Dunbar

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 162189617X

Category: Religion

Page: 138

View: 223

It seems that nearly everyone is talking about missional change for congregations. As a result, many church leaders are attempting to drive that kind of change for the ministries they lead. Some succeed. But many others hit a wall of considerable frustration as they find that congregations resist the very change that is so needed. The reasons for this resistance are many, and they are explored in this volume. What is required to move a church from resistance to readiness? Some resistance is deeply rooted in spiritual patterns. But there are other reasons as well, and they center on trust--personal trust in the leaders who offer missional change. For this work, the authors have done extensive primary and secondary research to identify patterns and behaviors that invite missional leadership. More than that, they've lived this out in their own ministries as pastors of traditional congregations. This book thus offers compelling first-person stories and congregational case studies alongside more generalized findings. Leading Missional Change was written to support pastors and other church leaders who experience resistance, to share wisdom and experience that may lead to readiness, and to give hope and encouragement toward a re-energizing of your own congregation.

Climate Change

Some coaching aims to change people—at least their behavior on the job.And as
they may ... The resulting internal conflict stalls the effort in what looks like
resistance but is in fact a kind ofpersonal immunity to change.An employee who's

Author: Andrew J. Hoffman

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 9781422146071

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 115

View: 809

Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges facing the world today. And increasingly, it's become a crucial business issue. How will you and your company respond? In Climate Change: What's Your Business Strategy? Andrew Hoffman and John Woody provide concise and reliable advice to help you answer this question. Drawing from their extensive experience working with organizations to address issues of environmental sustainability, the authors explain the impact of climate change on businesses and present a three-step process for developing an effective climate-change strategy: · Determine your company's "carbon footprint" and the ways in which potential changes in policy and markets will affect how you position your products and services. · Reduce your carbon footprint in ways that create new strategic advantages. · Gain a seat at the policy-development table so you can begin influencing policy decisions that will affect your company. Packed with cogent advice and examples of how organizations in a wide range of industries are adopting this process, Climate Change is your playbook for strategically addressing a complex problem that no company can afford to ignore. From our Memo to the CEO series -- solutions-focused advice from today's leading practitioners.

Learn or Die

Organizational psychologists Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey have written
an interesting book, Immunity to Change,15 in which they focused on why it's so
difficult for people to change their behaviors even when they are committed to ...

Author: Edward D. Hess

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231538278

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 118

To compete with today's increasing globalization and rapidly evolving technologies, individuals and organizations must take their ability to learn—the foundation for continuous improvement, operational excellence, and innovation—to a much higher level. In Learn or Die, Edward D. Hess combines recent advances in neuroscience, psychology, behavioral economics, and education with key research on high-performance businesses to create an actionable blueprint for becoming a leading-edge learning organization. Learn or Die examines the process of learning from an individual and an organizational standpoint. From an individual perspective, the book discusses the cognitive, emotional, motivational, attitudinal, and behavioral factors that promote better learning. Organizationally, Learn or Die focuses on the kinds of structures, culture, leadership, employee learning behaviors, and human resource policies that are necessary to create an environment that enables critical and innovative thinking, learning conversations, and collaboration. The volume also provides strategies to mitigate the reality that humans can be reflexive, lazy thinkers who seek confirmation of what they believe to be true and affirmation of their self-image. Exemplar learning organizations discussed include the secretive Bridgewater Associates, LP; Intuit, Inc.; United Parcel Service (UPS); W. L. Gore & Associates; and IDEO.

The Client Who Changed Me

D., Ed.D. about the various theories of psychotherapy, all of which offer the
appropriate techniques to change the client. ... Immunity to change is impossible
to imagine upon considering all of the intricate 214 THE CLIENT WHO

Author: Jeffrey A. Kottler, Ph. D.

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135425795

Category: Psychology

Page: 232

View: 193

Although the impact that clients can have on therapists is well-known, most work on the subject consists of dire warnings: mental health professionals are taught early on to be on their guard for burnout, compassion fatigue, and countertransference. However, while these professional hazards are very real, the scholarly focus on the negative potential of the client-counselor relationship often implies that no good can come of allowing oneself to get too close to a client's issues. This sentiment obscures what every therapist knows to be true: that the client-counselor relationship can also effect powerful positive transformations in a therapist's own life. The Client Who Changed Me is Jeffrey Kottler and Jon Carlson's testimony to the significant and often life-changing ways in which therapists have been changed by their patients. Kottler and Carlson draw not only upon their own extensive experience - between them, they have more than fifty years in the field - but also upon lengthy interviews with dozens of the country's foremost therapists and theorists. This novel work presents readers with a truly unique perspective on the business of therapy: not merely how it appears externally, but how practitioners experience it internally. Although these stories paint a complex and multi-layered portrait of the client-counselor relationship, they all demonstrate the profound and unexpected rewards that the profession has to offer.

Coaching and Mentoring

Some coaching aims to change people—at least their behavior on the job.And as
they may ... The resulting in- ternal conflict stalls the effort in what looks like
resistance but is in fact a kind ofpersonal immunity to change.An employee who's


Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press

ISBN: 159139435X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 176

View: 855

Effective managers know that timely coaching can dramatically enhance their teams' performance. Coaching and Mentoring offers managers comprehensive advice on how to help employees grow professionally and achieve their goals. This volume covers the full spectrum of effective mentoring and the nuts and bolts of coaching. Managers learn how to master special mentoring challenges, improve listening skills, and provide ongoing support to their employees. The Harvard Business Essentials series is designed to provide comprehensive advice, personal coaching, background information, and guidance on the most relevant topics in business. Drawing on rich content from Harvard Business School Publishing and other sources, these concise guides are carefully crafted to provide a highly practical resource for readers with all levels of experience and are especially valuable for the new manager. To assure quality and accuracy, a specialized content adviser from a world-class business school closely reviews each volume. Whether you are a new manager seeking to expand your skills or a seasoned professional looking to broaden your knowledge base, these solution-oriented books put reliable answers at your fingertips.

The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Leadership Change and Organizational Development

Immunity to Change: How to Overcome It and Unlock the Potential in Yourself
and Your Organization. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business Press. Kelly, E. (2005)
. Powerful Times: Rising to the Challenge of Our Uncertain World. New Jersey: ...

Author: H. Skipton Leonard

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 111832644X

Category: Psychology

Page: 496

View: 978

A state-of-the-art reference, drawing on key contemporary research to provide an in-depth, international, and competencies-based approach to the psychology of leadership, change and OD Puts cutting-edge evidence at the fingertips of organizational psychology practitioners who need it most, but who do not always have the time or resources to keep up with scholarly research Thematic chapters cover leadership and employee well-being, organizational creativity and innovation, positive psychology and Appreciative Inquiry, and leadership-culture fit Contributors include David Cooperrider, Manfred Kets de Vries, Emma Donaldson-Feilder, Staale Einarsen, David Day, Beverley Alimo-Metcalfe, Michael Chaskalson and Bernard Burnes

Immunity to and Prevention of Herpes Zoster

Thirty - seven individuals including the eight with negative skin tests were
immunized with one dose of varicella vaccine ( 3.0x 104 PFU / dose ) . After 5-7
weeks , the skin test reaction showed increased positivity , with a change in score
from ...

Author: A.A. Gershon

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783211835555

Category: Medical

Page: 178

View: 974

Varicella-zoster virus (VZV) causes both chickenpox and zoster. Fundamental to their prevention is an understanding of the natural history of VZV infection. This is a compilation of papers presented in March 1999 in Osaka, Japan, by internationally renowned researchers studying varicella-zoster virus and a vaccine used to prevent disease caused by this virus. The aim of the meeting was to explore progress made in basic and molecular biology of VZV and current understanding of latent infection and reactivation. Data concerning immune responses to VZV, mechanisms by which virus latency are controlled, and the latest information on vaccination to prevent varicella and zoster are presented and discussed.

Evocative Coaching

At this point, with a much greater understanding of our “immunity to change,”
Kegan and Lahey suggest that people are better able to explore the reality of
their big assumptions by designing and conducting field tests. How do our fears ...

Author: Bob Tschannen-Moran

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470630921

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 368

View: 437

There?s a lot of conversation about how to make schools better. Unfortunately, the nature of those conversations often makes things worse. Evocative Coaching: Transforming Schools One Conversation at a Time maps out a way to change that. By taking a teacher-centered, no-fault, strengths-based approach to performance improvement, the Evocative Coaching model generates the motivation and movement that enables teachers and schools to achieve desired outcomes and enhance quality of life. Viewed as a dynamic dance, the model is choreographed in four steps ? Story, Empathy, Inquiry, Design ? which are each laid out in its own chapter with powerful illustrative materials and end-of-chapter discussion questions to prompt further reflection. Bringing together the best research and wisdom in educational leadership and professional coaching, authors Bob and Megan Tschannen-Moran have developed a simple yet profound way of facilitating new conversations in schools through Story Listening, Expressing Empathy, Appreciative Inquiry, and Design Thinking. It?s an iterative process that moves beyond old ways of thinking, doing, and being. It?s an inspirational process that reinvigorates the passion for making schools better, one conversation at a time. This happens when coaches: give teachers our full, undivided attention; accept and meet teachers where they are right now, without making them wrong; ask and trust teachers to take charge of their own learning and growth; make sure teachers are talking more than we are; enable teachers to appreciate the positive value of their own experiences; harness the strengths teachers have to meet challenges and overcome obstacles; reframe difficulties and challenges as opportunities to learn and grow; invite teachers to discover possibilities and find answers for themselves; dialogue with teachers regarding their higher purpose for teaching; uncover teachers? natural impulse to engage with colleagues and students; assist teachers to draw up a personal blueprint for professional mastery; support teachers in brainstorming and trying new ways of doing things; maintain an upbeat, energetic, and positive attitude at all times; collaborate with teachers to design and conduct appropriate learning experiments; enable teachers to build supportive environments and teams; use humor to lighten the load; and inspire and challenge teachers to go beyond what they would do alone. Each chapter provides a research-based theory to support the strategies presented, and includes specific suggestions and anecdotes. The Evocative Coaching model makes coaching enjoyable by getting people to focus on what they do best, and it invites larger, more integral conversations so that people talk about their work in the context of other things they care about. Resting on strong, evidence-based practices, the Evocative Coaching model offers educators the help they need to meet the challenges of increased accountability and expectations. This model can also be used effectively by coaches and leaders in other organizational contexts. Table of Contents: Chapter 1: What Is Evocative Coaching? Chapter 2: Coaching Presence Loop I: The No-Fault Turn Chapter 3: Story Listening Chapter 4: Expressing Empathy Loop II: The Strengths-Building Turn Chapter 5: Appreciative Inquiry Chapter 6: Design Thinking Chapter 7: Aligning Environments Chapter 8: Coaching Conversations Chapter 9: The Reflective Coach To learn more about Evocative Coaching and to sign up for the Evocative Coach Training Program, visit w

Flying Without a Net

Immunity to Change: How to Overcome It and Unlock the Potential in Yourself
and Your Organization. 1st ed. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing,
2009. Kanfer, Ruth. “Motivation Theory and Industrial and Organizational

Author: Thomas J. DeLong

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 1422143317

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 554

Named one of 100 Leadership & Success Books to Read in a Lifetime by Amazon Editors Confronted by omnipresent threats of job loss and change, even the brightest among us are anxious. In response, we're hunkering down, blocking ourselves from new challenges. This response hurts us and our organizations, but we fear making ourselves even more vulnerable by committing mistakes while learning something new. In Flying Without a Net, Thomas DeLong explains how to draw strength from vulnerability. First, understand the forces that escalate anxiety in high achievers and the unproductive behaviors you turn to for relief. Then adopt practices that give you the courage to "do the right things poorly" before "doing the right things well." Drawing on his extensive research and consulting work, DeLong lays out: - Roots of high achievers' anxiety: fear of being wrong and lack of a sense of purpose, and a craving for human connection - Destructive behaviors we adopt to relieve our anxiety: busyness, comparing ourselves to others, and blaming others for our frustrations - Behaviors we must adopt to gain strength from vulnerability: putting the past behind us and seeking honest feedback Packed with practical advice and inspiring stories, Flying Without a Net is an invaluable resource for all leaders seeking to thrive in this Age of Anxiety.

Extraordinary Leadership

The immunity-to-change process proposed by developmental psychologists
Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey offers the possibility of increasing success in
accomplishing personal change goals those leaders have previously found
frustrating ...

Author: Kerry Bunker

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470593240

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

View: 160

From The Center on Creative Leadership, comes an important that book helps to deepen the understanding of the subtle yet powerful gaps that separate successful managers from extraordinary leaders. Filled with tools, frameworks and processes that guide aspiring leaders (and those who mentor and support them) to begin filling those gaps. Topics covered include authenticity, credibility, emotional competence, social intelligence, developmental relationships, growth through connection, ability to learn, life stage development, and strengths overdone/fatal flaws. Offers wisdom from leadership experts including Jay Conger, David Dotlich, Peter Cairo, Lisa Lahey, and more.