Leadership Quarterly

The Leadership Imperative

September, 2011 | by Douglas Day
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    Bob Anderson, Founder and CEO of The Leadership Circle, unveiled his Leadership Imperative in May 2011 at a leadership conference in Sydney, Australia. “As the effects of globalization set in, leadership development must keep pace with the rate of change.” According to conference organizers, this call is making demands of us that are unprecedented in history. Bob’s keynote addressed the following question: “Are we evolving our conscious practice of leadership at a pace which meets the escalating complexity of our times?” A full version of his speech is available here. Sections of his speech (by topic) can be viewed in our YouTube channel by selecting from the links below:
    1. The Leadership Dilemma of Adaptive Challenge
    2. The Importance of Developing Leadership Complexity
    3. How Leadership Relates to Stages of Development
    4. How to Manage Your Sense of Self as a Leader
    5. Complexity Requires Creative Leadership
    6. Unified Theory and the Complete System for Leadership
    7. How Patterns Bring Meaning to Assessment
    8. Interpreting the Leadership Circle Profile 360
    9. The Optimal Path for Leadership Development
    10. New Research on Leadership Effectiveness
    11. Evolving Higher Levels of Leadership
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        09.27.11

        I am a TLC consultant and I am thrilled with the availability of Bob Anderson’s May 2011 keynote presentation on the public website. Thank you! I plan to refer many current and potential clients to this information. I particularly like that the presentation is available to view in sections.

        Thanks much.

        Chris Trani

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