Jay Conger discussed the four primary fault lines in leadership. He presented opportunities to “shake-up” the current industry of leadership. Jay covered the cultural attributes and emerging needs in leadership as well as common derailers and transition demands.
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Research and Insights from the Center for Effective Organizations
The Business Impact of ERGs: Learnings from the 2014 ERG Leadership Summit, December 9, 2014, Recording/Slides
In this webinar, Dr. Welbourne reviewed learning from the 2014 ERG Leadership Survey. With responses from ERG members in 21 companies, we created a new ERG Impact Model and explored ways in which ERGs both directly and indirectly impact business outcomes.
This Webinar focuses on the aspects of HR leadership. Ian Ziskin (Executive in Residence, CEO) will lead a conversation about the leadership philosophy and behaviors required for success, what you need to know, with whom you need to interact, when you are most likely to experience development, and how you want to be thought of by others.
This Webinar focuses on the HR leader’s role as a leader. Ian Ziskin led a conversation about what you need to know, with whom you need to interact, when you are most likely to experience development, and how you want to be thought of by others.
In this webinar, John Boudreau described emerging findings from the data in his new book with Edward Lawler, Effective Human Resource Management: A Global Analysis.
Jay Conger (CEO) and Rosie Mackenzie (ConocoPhillips) discussed “Stepping onto the Stage: Preparing Executives as Faculty for Your Executive Education Initiatives.”
Edward E. Lawler III (CEO) shares that for the last several months CEO succession at Apple has gotten a considerable amount of attention because of the health problems of Steve Jobs.
CEO Executive in Residence Ian Ziskin discussed the factors that characterize a Talenterprise (TM), an organization that is particularly effective at finding and developing talent, as well as his new book, WillBe: 13 Reasons WillBe’s are Luckier than WannaBe’s, which outlines what distinguishes up and coming high potentials from other people.
In this webinar on February 22, Jay Conger discussed recent research on the characteristics of high potentials.
Theresa Welbourne, Research Professor and Bill Cushard, Chief Learning Officer, Knowland Group spoke on October 19 about Fast HRM and the results of the Summer 2010 Leadership Pulse, as well as new high-level findings from the Fall 2010 Leadership Pulse).
This article by Morgan W. McCall, Jr.(USC) begins with seven reasonably sure bets about the role of experience in leadership development, ponders the reasons that what is known is so rarely applied, suggests some things that can be done to put experience at the center of development, and concludes with recommendations for practice and for research.
The aim of the book Boardroom Realities by Jay Conger (Jossey-Bass, 2009) is to help you address the governance realities facing boardrooms today and to demonstrate that boardroom leadership and character make the primary difference in the performance of the board.