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Leadership can be taught : a bold approach for a complex world / Sharon Daloz Parks.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business School Press, c2005.Description: xvi, 287 p. ; 25 cmISBN:
  • 9781591393092
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 658.4/092
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Contents:
Leadership for a changing world : a call to adaptive work How do we begin? : differing expectations What is really going on here? : engaging people at the edge of learning Learning from failure in public : the power of small group consultation Listening to the music beneath the words : the practice of presence What endures? : the power of language, image, and metaphor Courage and costs : discovering how to teach the unteachable The same approach, other teachers : the question of transferability Toward a more adequate myth : the art of leadership Leadership can be learned : strengths and limitations of this approach
Summary: "In Leadership Can Be Taught, Sharon Daloz Parks invites readers to step into the classroom of Harvard leadership virtuoso Ronald Heifetz and his colleagues to experience a dynamic type of leadership and a corresponding mode of learning called "case-in-point." This unique approach utilizes students' own experiences - and the classroom environment itself - as a "studio-laboratory" for working through the types of challenges people actually face in today's workplace. In this setting, failures become active experiments not just in learning, but in living leadership."--Jacket
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Leadership for a changing world : a call to adaptive work
How do we begin? : differing expectations
What is really going on here? : engaging people at the edge of learning
Learning from failure in public : the power of small group consultation
Listening to the music beneath the words : the practice of presence
What endures? : the power of language, image, and metaphor
Courage and costs : discovering how to teach the unteachable
The same approach, other teachers : the question of transferability
Toward a more adequate myth : the art of leadership
Leadership can be learned : strengths and limitations of this approach

"In Leadership Can Be Taught, Sharon Daloz Parks invites readers to step into the classroom of Harvard leadership virtuoso Ronald Heifetz and his colleagues to experience a dynamic type of leadership and a corresponding mode of learning called "case-in-point." This unique approach utilizes students' own experiences - and the classroom environment itself - as a "studio-laboratory" for working through the types of challenges people actually face in today's workplace. In this setting, failures become active experiments not just in learning, but in living leadership."--Jacket

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