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Event Details: Adult Development Meets Leadership Development


Adult Development Meets Leadership Development

Global dynamics, smart technology, and marketplace forces have radically changed the nature of work, creating more complex demands for people, teams and organizations. Over the last two   decades, adult development theories have helped to advance the understanding of the nature of these new challenges and the types of capacities necessary to face the increasingly complex demands of life in the 21st century.

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Join us for an engaging panel discussion and learn more about the ways adult development theories add a unique perspective to traditional leadership and management approaches, and provide exciting opportunities t o address today's leadership challenges.

Our distinguished panel guests will be sharing various perspectives on today's organizational issues, adult development frameworks and tools, and their benefits to current leadership development challenges.
 Panel Guests:
  1. Ellie Drago-Severson will discuss how Robert Kegan influenced her work and how she extends it to leadership and leadership development in schools and higher education.
  3. Stacey Shively will share how the Cambridge Leadership Group integrates transformational adult development practices when designing leadership development programs for Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies.
  5. Lyle Yorks will discuss the implications of adult development theory and action inquiry for generating strategic insight, drawing on the work of Bill Torbert, Robert Kegan, and John Heron.
  7. Zachary Van Rossum will discuss how Lectica, Inc., a developmental research and testing company is supporting leaders by offering a suite of development assessments and tools and his recent research on the role perspective taking.
  9. Panel Host: Pierre Faller, Doctoral Candidate in the Adult Leaning and Leadership Program with the Department of Organization and Leadership, will host the panel.
Event Details
DATE: Monday, April 28, 2014
LOCATION: Grace Dodge Hall, Rm. 179,
TIME: 6:00 PM--9:00 PM


Refreshments will be served!

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Type: Lectures & Talks

Location: Grace Dodge Hall, Room 179

Date & Time: 4/28/2014, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM


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