Leadership Quarterly

Leading Into The Future

December, 2013 | by Bob Anderson
Enhancing the creative capacity of the organization to create its desired future is the simple definition of leadership RCSA International Conference keynote presenter Bob Anderson formulated many years ago. This definition remains highly relevant today, as it responds directly to key themes that emerged from the most recent IBM CEO […]

Ever Been in a Meeting With a Bunch of Posers? They Don’t Want to be There Either.

November, 2013 | by Dave Schrader
The Rant: Is there anyone besides me who hates those stock photos of “business people” that appear in the brochures and websites for conferences, business schools, and cell phone companies?  It seems that every time business people are represented they’re in this standard configuration: there’s the good-looking white guy (often […]

High Forms of The Reactive: Experiments on The Other Side of Fear

October, 2013 | by Dan Holden
I had just climbed to Inspiration Point, overlooking Santa Barbara, and was on my way down when I got the call that would change everything. My younger sister, Nikki, told me she had just been diagnosed with Stage Four ovarian cancer. When she died 22 months later her passing awakened […]

High Forms of The Reactive: Experiments on The Other Side of Fear

October, 2013 | by Dan Holden
I had just climbed to Inspiration Point, overlooking Santa Barbara, and was on my way down when I got the call that would change everything. My younger sister, Nikki, told me she had just been diagnosed with Stage Four ovarian cancer. When she died 22 months later her passing awakened […]

Mentor Moment : Self Perception and Evaluator Scores

August, 2013 | by Shahmeen Sadiq
In teaching and mentoring coaches and consultants as they incorporate The Leadership Circle tools into their practices, I’m often asked questions about how to interpret the differences between the self-scores and the scores given by evaluators. For example: Most leaders are arrogant and would likely overestimate their Creative leadership qualities […]

Knowledge and Wisdom: A Practitioner’s Path To Flight

April, 2013 | by Shannon Schultz
In the Fall of 2005, I had the unexpected privilege of shuttling Meg Wheatley to the Atlanta airport. Little did she know she was in for a 20-minute career counseling session for an ambitious and committed young me. I confessed to her a closely held conflict between what I was […]

Gamefilming – Developing an Extraordinary Awareness to Becoming Highly Effective

March, 2013 | by Tim JohnPress
About seven years ago I had the opportunity of doing my Leadership Circle certification with my good friend and mentor Bob Anderson, though at the time it didn’t seem like one. I was distracted for much of the certification, too preoccupied at the time with a rapidly growing consulting firm […]

Setting Your Creative Focus for 2012

January, 2012 | by Andrew Bennett
As practitioners we’re often so busy working with our clients, helping them use The Leadership Circle framework to become better leaders, that we don’t have time to harvest the bounty from the model to improve our own performance. With a new year starting, here are three ways to use The Leadership Circle’s framework to set your focus for a great 2012.

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