May 30th 2013
Leadership in Extraordinary Times: Where Leader Development and Performance Meet
This whitepaper - Leadership in Extraordinary Times: Where Leader Development and Performance Meet - produced by Louis S. Csoka from APEX Performance, highlights how leaders should evolve to meet the challenges of today’s extraordinary times.
Topics covered by this whitepaper include:
• What is meant by leadership in extraordinary times?
• The current context of today’s leadership challenges and complexity
• The qualities and attributes required by today’s leaders
• What do we expect from our leaders?
• Do we need to change the way we look at leadership development?
• Critical leader capacities
• What builds leader capacity?
• The role of brain training in leadership development
Here, you can download and view this whitepaper focusing on meeting the challenges of leadership in extraordinary times. If you are not a CRF member and are interested in discussing membership, please contact Richard Hargreaves on email@example.com.
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