Date Added: Mar 2010
In this paper, the authors propose a typology of leadership development methods. The authors argue that different methods are suited to the learning needs of different leaders, which the authors segment by organizational level, life-cycle and role-cycle. The author advance propositions about which learning methods are best suited to the challenges of these different seasons of a leader's development. The authors define leadership as a set of behaviours that are different from management behaviours and may be exercised at any formal level (e.g. Kotter, 1990).