Campbell Leadership Descriptor Facilitator's Guide Package. J–B CCL (Center for Creative Leadership)

  • ID: 2212363
  • Book
  • 150 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Before you can help others develop their leadership skills and abilities, you must first help them to recognize strengths and identify areas in which they need to improve. TheCampbell Leadership Descriptor was developed to achieve just that. Designed specifically for use in those situations where comprehensive analysis of leadership characteristics is useful–such as leadership development seminars, classroom discussions, and one–on–one coaching–TheCampbell Leadership Descriptor provides a personalized assessment with a minimum of administrative complexity.

This Facilitator′s Guide includes the detailed information you need to prepare for and conduct a leadership workshop for a group of any size. It includes:

  • Instructions for scoring the Descriptor and interpreting the scores
  • A useful sample of a completed Descriptor
  • Handy guidelines to help you prepare for a workshop
  • A step–by–step "script" you can follow to conduct the workshop
  • Master copies of overhead transparencies and flip–chart pages
  • Illustrative case studies, a list of recommended books, and much more

The Facilitator′s Guide Package includes one Facilitator Guide and one Participant?s Package.

"I have used the Campbell Leadership Descriptor with managers from most of the Western European countries. It helps to focus participants on their own leadership behavior, and to identify areas for development. In subsequent classroom discussions, they get suggestions from others in developing their own actin plans. The CLD has worked well for this purpose."
––Elizabeth Weldon, professor of organizational behavior, International Institute for Managerial Development, Lausanne, Switzerland

"The Campbell Leadership Descriptor was a critical component in the formulation of personal leadership development plans for our chief staff officers and executive directors. By identifying the characteristics for successful leadership, our participants were motivated to begin a journey of self–reflection and analysis of their own leadership strengths and shortcomings. The diagnostic tool set the stage to further leverage strengths and improve upon weaknesses."
––Elfego Gomez III, national director of training and development, Junior Achievement, Inc.

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David Campbell, formerly a professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota, is the Smith Richardson Senior Fellow at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), where he has been engaged in research and teaching in the area of leadership for more than twenty–seven years. CCL′s Leadership At the Peak course, which Campbell helped design, was cited in 1999 and again in 2001 by Business Week as the number one rated short–term leadership development course for top executives in America.
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