Center for Creative Leadership

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    An Overview Of Top Leadership Challenges And How They Can Be Addressed

    The nature of government is changing. Social networks and media are creating a new level of transparency. Generational shifts, technological advancement, revenue challenges and ever-present political change underscore the kinds of constant shifts occurring within the federal space. VUCA is an acronym that has quickly found its way into the...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Creating Tomorrow's Government Leaders: An Overview Of Top Leadership Challenges And How They Can Be Addressed

    The nature of government is changing. Social networks and media are creating a new level of transparency. Generational shifts, technological advancement, revenue challenges and ever-present political change underscore the kinds of constant shifts occurring within the federal space. Government leaders must possess the skills to survive in this uncertain world...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    The Leadership Challenge In The Pharmaceutical Sector

    Pharmaceutical companies face complex issues that grow more challenging by the day. Healthcare reform and changes in technology, government policy and consumer expectations are revolutionizing relationships with key stakeholders and impacting operations in unforeseen ways. Globalization is presenting its own set of challenges that span multiple levels of most pharmaceutical...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Addressing The Leadership Gap In Healthcare What's Needed When It Comes To Leader Talent?

    Healthcare leaders know about change. The need to adapt - as individuals, as organizations and as an industry - is obvious. What is less apparent are the leadership skills that are most important in today's uncertain and complex environment. For decades, US-based healthcare providers, insurance companies, pharmaceutical and device firms...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    High-Potential Talent: A View From Inside The Leadership Pipeline

    Talent management represents an organization's efforts to attract, develop, and retain skilled and valuable employees. Its goal is to have people with the capabilities and commitment needed for current and future organizational success. An organization's talent pool, particularly its managerial talent, is often referred to as the leadership pipeline1. The...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Managing Change: A Conversation With Chris Musselwhite

    How people deal with change - both creating it and responding to it - is a function of identifiable individual preferences. It's helpful to think of the preferences on a continuum of conservers to originators, with the pragmatists holding the large middle ground. Conservers are people who view change primarily...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Fundamental 4: Core Leadership Skills For Every Career Stage

    Leaders at different levels of the organization face different business challenges. But whether you're an individual contributor, a first-time manager, a senior executive or somewhere in between, there are four leadership skills you need to master. The "Fundamental 4" are self-awareness, communication, learning agility and influence. These are timeless competencies...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Leadership Skills To Accelerate Performance

    John Ryan, CCL's president and CEO, is a big believer in giving leaders a serious workout. Based on CCL's research and practical experience and Ryan's 40 years of leadership in the military, higher education and nonprofits, he advises leaders to step up their leadership training in following areas: Teamwork and...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Innovation Leadership: How To Use Innovation To Lead Effectively, Work Collaboratively And Drive Results

    Not long ago, strategy was king. Forecasting, planning and placing smart bets created the power sources within organizations. The future of a business (or a career) could fit into an established framework or system. If managed well, success would follow. Today, uncertainty is palpable. Planning for next quarter is a...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    What You Need, And Don't Have, When It Comes To Leadership Talent

    Businesses, government agencies, non-profits, and educational organizations need leaders who can effectively navigate complex, changing situations and get the job done. A leadership gap or deficit may have one of two causes: when leaders are focused on the right competencies, but haven't sufficiently mastered them, or when leaders are not...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Developing A Leadership Strategy: A Critical Ingredient For Organizational Success

    Organizations depend upon capable leadership to guide them through unprecedented changes. Yet, there is ample evidence in the news and in recent research reports that even some of the best and most venerable organizations are failing to adapt to change, implement their strategic plans successfully or prepare for a more...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Creating Coaching Cultures: What Business Leaders Expect And Strategies To Get There

    This benchmark study is the result of a partnership between Cylient and The Center for Creative Leadership that gives voice to 347 leaders regarding the trends for utilizing coaching in organizations. While the strong trend toward growth in coaching continues across a wide base of industries, the variety of ways...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Managing Change: A Conversation With Chris Musselwhite

    How people deal with change - both creating it and responding to it - is a function of identifiable individual preferences. It's helpful to think of the preferences on a continuum of conservers to originators, with the pragmatists holding the large middle ground. Conservers are people who view change primarily...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Fundamental 4: Core Leadership Skills For Every Career Stage

    Leaders at different levels of the organization face different business challenges. But whether you're an individual contributor, a first-time manager, a senior executive or somewhere in between, there are four leadership skills you need to master. The "Fundamental 4" are self-awareness, communication, learning agility and influence. These are timeless competencies...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Leadership Skills To Accelerate Performance

    John Ryan, CCL's president and CEO, is a big believer in giving leaders a serious workout. Based on CCL's research and practical experience and Ryan's 40 years of leadership in the military, higher education and nonprofits, he advises leaders to step up their leadership training in following areas: Teamwork and...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Addressing The Leadership Gap In Healthcare What's Needed When It Comes To Leader Talent?

    Healthcare leaders know about change. The need to adapt - as individuals, as organizations and as an industry - is obvious. What is less apparent are the leadership skills that are most important in today's uncertain and complex environment. For decades, US-based healthcare providers, insurance companies, pharmaceutical and device firms...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    What You Need, And Don't Have, When It Comes To Leadership Talent

    Businesses, government agencies, non-profits, and educational organizations need leaders who can effectively navigate complex, changing situations and get the job done. A leadership gap or deficit may have one of two causes: when leaders are focused on the right competencies, but haven't sufficiently mastered them, or when leaders are not...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Creating Coaching Cultures: What Business Leaders Expect And Strategies To Get There

    This benchmark study is the result of a partnership between Cylient and The Center for Creative Leadership that gives voice to 347 leaders regarding the trends for utilizing coaching in organizations. While the strong trend toward growth in coaching continues across a wide base of industries, the variety of ways...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    An Overview Of Top Leadership Challenges And How They Can Be Addressed

    The nature of government is changing. Social networks and media are creating a new level of transparency. Generational shifts, technological advancement, revenue challenges and ever-present political change underscore the kinds of constant shifts occurring within the federal space. VUCA is an acronym that has quickly found its way into the...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Creating Tomorrow's Government Leaders: An Overview Of Top Leadership Challenges And How They Can Be Addressed

    The nature of government is changing. Social networks and media are creating a new level of transparency. Generational shifts, technological advancement, revenue challenges and ever-present political change underscore the kinds of constant shifts occurring within the federal space. Government leaders must possess the skills to survive in this uncertain world...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Developing A Leadership Strategy: A Critical Ingredient For Organizational Success

    Organizations depend upon capable leadership to guide them through unprecedented changes. Yet, there is ample evidence in the news and in recent research reports that even some of the best and most venerable organizations are failing to adapt to change, implement their strategic plans successfully or prepare for a more...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    The Leadership Challenge In The Pharmaceutical Sector

    Pharmaceutical companies face complex issues that grow more challenging by the day. Healthcare reform and changes in technology, government policy and consumer expectations are revolutionizing relationships with key stakeholders and impacting operations in unforeseen ways. Globalization is presenting its own set of challenges that span multiple levels of most pharmaceutical...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Innovation Leadership: How To Use Innovation To Lead Effectively, Work Collaboratively And Drive Results

    Not long ago, strategy was king. Forecasting, planning and placing smart bets created the power sources within organizations. The future of a business (or a career) could fit into an established framework or system. If managed well, success would follow. Today, uncertainty is palpable. Planning for next quarter is a...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership

  • White Papers // May 2010

    High-Potential Talent: A View From Inside The Leadership Pipeline

    Talent management represents an organization's efforts to attract, develop, and retain skilled and valuable employees. Its goal is to have people with the capabilities and commitment needed for current and future organizational success. An organization's talent pool, particularly its managerial talent, is often referred to as the leadership pipeline1. The...

    Provided By Center for Creative Leadership