Diane Bergeron writes about the plight of the ‘organizational wife’ and how helping can be a doubled-edged sword.
David Altman and Samir Mehta offer a fresh perspective on leadership and why you should act like a leader – whether or not it’s part of your job description.
Jean Leslie and John Fleenor co-author 4 Decades of Benchmarks® Research, a summary of over 145 studies on a wide range of topics related to 360 assessment and leadership development.
Over 23,000 leaders describe the changes they will make based on their leadership development experience. Changes include providing feedback, improved communication & listening skills, better direction alignment commitment, and more focus on managing relationships.
CCL Researcher Diane Bergeron interviewed about Equal Pay Day to highlight workplace wage discrepancies.
Building Your Fortress of Fortitude: CCL Researcher Keynotes at the Carol Emmott Foundation Fellows Annual Conference
In a keynote and facilitated experiential, CCL Researcher Marcia A. Dawkins shared a leadership model based on fortitude and her own experiences as a leader and strategic communication scholar.
In a keynote and podcast, CCL Researcher Marcia A. Dawkins shared a new leadership model based on sincerity and her own experiences as a leader and strategic communication scholar.
CCL researcher Marcia A. Dawkins combined meaningful experientials with leading-edge research to inform leaders of 2023’s top leadership trends.
The conversation is an initiative of the Black Professionals ERG and is designed to be useful for both Black professionals and organizations interested in better understanding the multi-faceted challenge of resilience and well-being for Black professionals at their organizations.