March 28th 2014

Recasting Leadership Development

To the extent that leadership is learned, it is learned through experience. This article begins with seven conclusions about the role of experience in leadership development, ponders the reasons that what is known is so rarely applied, suggests some ways to put experience at the center of leadership development efforts, and concludes with a series of recommendations for practice and for future research.

You May Also be Interested in

December 3rd 2018

Progress - Issue 6 (Full Edition)

The sixth edition of of our e-magazine - Progress - takes a look at the number of topics including the future of work, building high-performing teams, the value of HR analytics and the skills required to succeed in a top HR role. In each issue of Progress we focus on three areas important for every HR professional - your organisation, your role and your career.

  • Tags
  • Learning & Development
  • People Strategy
  • Analytics & Evaluation
  • Performance Management & Engagement
Read Article

April 7th 2017

What is Mentoring?

What is mentoring and what are some of the roles and responsibilities of mentoring for both the mentor and the mentee? Discover the answers to these questions using Aldred's (1998) three step model, including: exploration, new understanding and action planning.

  • Tags
  • Learning & Development
Read Article

July 3rd 2017

Key Trends in the Learning Market

This preview of CRF's research report - 'Learning - The Foundation for Agility and Sustainable Performance' looks at key trends in the learning market and reviews adoption of emerging technologies in the learning market.

  • Tags
  • Learning & Development
Read Event Document

November 26th 2010

Leadership Development - introductory slides

This presentation contains the Introductory slides to our event, Leadership development - where's the edge? It includes document references for further reading.

  • Tags
  • Learning & Development
View Presentation

May 8th 2015

Leadership Development - is it for for purpose?

This CRF research has been a year-long project, kicking off with an event in March 2014. This explored the issues our members face in developing leaders and framed the research brief for this project.

  • Tags
  • Learning & Development
View Research

May 8th 2015

Executive Summary: Leadership Development – is it fit for purpose?

This CRF research has been a year-long project, kicking off with an event in March 2014. The resulting report considers the current Leadership Development market and discusses how organisations could be more effective in their approach and evaluation of their leadership development.

  • Tags
  • Learning & Development
Read Executive Summary