Leadership Quarterly

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 […]

A Ritual For Leaders: Three Ancient Practices That Revitalize Everything

December, 2012 | by Dan Holden
In the days leading up to the American presidential election I easily lapsed into feelings and thoughts that forces much greater than me were at play and threatened to take me where I did not wish to go. I struggled to remain awake, open to new information and yet discerning, […]

Leadership Doorways: A Different Kind of Dialogue Can Transform the Results Your Organization Gets

October, 2012 | by Dan Holden
I was an eighteen-year-old college student when, two months into my first semester, I received word that a boyhood friend had been killed in a highway accident. My family told me to stay at school; there was no need to join the many people who would no doubt be at the […]

Tips on How to Assess Management’s Effectiveness

September, 2012 | by Greg Lourey
How does a board, often made up of non-executive directors, assess the quality of the management team and its ability to deal with a world of increasing complexity? Greg Lourey, Commercial & Governance Director at The Leadership Circle Asia Pacific, provides some answers. Firstly, Lourey believes executives need to develop […]

Tips on How to Assess Management's Effectiveness

September, 2012 | by Greg Lourey
How does a board, often made up of non-executive directors, assess the quality of the management team and its ability to deal with a world of increasing complexity? Greg Lourey, Commercial & Governance Director at The Leadership Circle Asia Pacific, provides some answers. Firstly, Lourey believes executives need to develop […]

What is Your Leadership Imperative?

July, 2012 | by Andrew Bennett
We live in a world of increasing ambiguity, uncertainty, volatility, and market disruption where leaders must have the ability to continually reinvent their organizations in response to accelerated change.

There Is No Safe Path to Leadership

February, 2012 | by Bob Anderson
The core tension that we manage as adults, in my opinion, and especially as leaders, is the tension between purpose and safety. Each of us is oriented toward a purpose that desires to come through our lives.

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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