The focus of CEO's leadership research is on the organizational context in which leaders work and on their development. Instead of focusing solely on individual personalities, our research examines the organizational systems, processes, and structures that organizations can use to more effectively develop their leadership talent. CEO's leadership research is designed to generate hard and useful data about an important subject that is typically addressed anecdotally or impressionistically. Our research topics include executive and managerial leadership development, coaching, 360 degree feedback, executive derailment, CEO behavior, leadership dynamics among top teams, talent management's role in leadership development, the role of leadership in shaping organizational performance, and the optimal way to use competency modeling and systems.
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January 30 - 9am-10am (PT)
The Fault Lines of Leadership Development: Why We Are Overdue for a Shakeup
Open to the public
August 2, 2014
Academy of Management PTC Research Center Impact Award
November 6, 2008
National Academy of Human Resources Honored Organization
Center for Effective Organizations
- University of Southern California
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- Davidson Conference Center 200
- Los Angeles, CA 90089–0871
- usc marshall school of business