March 18th 2014

The New Edge of Leadership Development

In this article on the future of leadership development, Eve Poole and Lucy Ball ask "What would genuinely leading-edge leadership development look like?" What if leadership development took predictions and neuroscience into account, centred in truth rather than dogma? This article aims to provide time-poor executives with the information required to define their approach to next generation leadership development.

The topics covered in this article include:
• The current leadership development context – and why things need to change
• The future of leadership
• The importance of wisdom and resilience to leadership development
• Top-down leadership development
• The primary skillset of future leaders
• The importance of learning in future leadership development
• Emotions and leadership development
• Key criteria for future leadership development strategies

Here, you can download and view this article focusing on the future of leadership development. If you are not a CRF member and are interested in discussing membership, please contact Richard Hargreaves on richard@crforum.co.uk.

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