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Leadership development in balance: made/born

Author: Avolio, Bruce J. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 230 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 080583284XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Leadership Development in Balance Made/Born Contents Preface 1 Stretching Views of Leadership Development Are Leaders Born Versus Made? 2 The Leadership Development Equation 3 An Architectural Rendering of Leadership Development 4 The Depth and Breadth of Leadership Development 6 The Components of Leadership Development 8 Promoting Self-Reflection 10 Design and Outline of Book 11 The Life Stream 12 Working With What We've Learned 13 STAARR Report 13 xiii 1 2 One's Life Stream 15 How Differences Make a Difference 15 Life Is the Training Program in Which Leadership Development Is Embedded 17 Living and Learning From the Event 18 Applying the Life Stream to the Leadership Training Process 20 Making Sense of One's Perspective 20 The Life Model in Stream 21 Adjusting the Life Model 24 Refocusing One's Internal Model 26 Trigger Events 28 Individual Life Models Versus Collective 30 In Summary 31 Mr. C 32 An Exercise for You 33 Steps in AAR 34 3 The Selfs: Image, Reflection, and Discovery My Range of Possible Selves 36 Nurturing the Self 37 Exploring the Components of the Self 39 When We Need to Redefine 41 The Double-Edged Sword of Inspiring Leadership 44 Driving Toward and Through Learning 46 Getting Into Self-Reflective Mode 48 Seeing AAR Up Front and Close 51 Using the AAR Process 52 Collaborative Self-Reflection 53 E-Leadership 54 The Three Selves 55 A Founder's Legacy 56 Self-Reflective Exercise 58 4 Building Perspective The Four Lenses 60 Digging Deeper Into Transforming Leadership 61 How Would You Describe Your Lens? 62 35 59 Real Development 64 A Great Example of PerspectiveTaking Shift Up 65 Looking Back at Lenses That Have Shaped Your Development 66 Creating a Loose-Tight Fit 67 A Program for Developing Perspective-Taking Capacity 70 Working on the Holy Grail of Leadership Development 74 Making Perspective Shift 77 5 Feedback to Inch and Leap Forward Feedback on Feedback 79 Feedback as a Reduction in Variance 81 Sensing the Organization's Pulse 82 How Organizations Use Feedback and Could Use It to Accelerate Leadership Development 85 Getting Feedback in Stream at the Point of Readiness 89 Feedback and Training Boosters 90 Practice With Feedback 91 6 Reflection Leaders' Adjustments to Followers' Behaviors 95 Leadership Viewed as a Process 98 Demonstrating the Importance of Self-Reflection 100 The AAR on AAR 103 How Leadership Creates the DNA of an Organization 104 Using GTE as an Example 105 Summary Points on Self-Reflection Process 108 79 93 Leadership and Wisdom 110 An Exercise to Get You Going on Self-Reflection 111 Using the AAR Process 111 Facilitator's Role in the AAR--A Structured and Purposeful Dialogue 112 7 Mistakes and Trust Mistakes and Learning Potential 115 Creating the Glow of Leadership 117 When It Is Time to Make a Mistake 118 A Time Between Times 121 The Pendulum of Trust 123 A Growing Need for Transparency and More Information 125 Changing People Changing Leadership 132 An Exercise for Building Trust 138 8 E-Leadership Is Leadership Plus Examples of Technology Changing the Conditions for Leadership 140 Two Systems on a Collision Course 142 Role of Leadership in Transforming Social and Technical Systems 144 The Great Leadership Migration 145 Detailing the Coevolution Process 147 A Hypothetical Situation 154 A Virtual Team Exercise 158 9 Leadership Development: What We Know We Know So Far Fool Proof Leadership Development: 100% Reliable 166 What Can You Try to Boost Your Leadership Development? 170 Summary of Questions 171 Defining Leadership Development at an Individual Level 174 113 139 160 Developing Leadership at a Dyadic Level 175 Developing Leadership at a Group Level 176 Strategic Level Leadership Development 177 10 Raising Leadership Development to Strategic Levels 178 What Is Strategic Leadership? 180 Some Realistic Examples 183 A Strategic Leadership Development Exercise 189 11 Down Stream Along the Full Range of Leadership 191 Idealized Leadership 196 Inspiring Leadership 196 Intellectual Stimulation 196 Individualized Consideration 197 12 Research Supporting What Has Been Said Chapter 1 205 Chapter 2 206 Chapter 3 207 Chapter 4 208 Chapter 5 209 Chapter 6 211 Chapter 7 212 Chapter 8 214 Chapter 9 215 Chapter 10 215 Chapter 11 217 References Recommended Readings Index 205 218 222 225

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