Leaders as Teachers Action Guide: Proven Approaches for Unlocking Success in Your Organization

Leaders as Teachers Action Guide: Proven Approaches for Unlocking Success in Your Organization

By: Edward Betof (author), Sue Todd (author), Lisa Owens (author)Paperback

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Harness the power of the leaders in your organisation to grow your learning culture. Expanding on the leadership development approach introduced in the 2009 bestselling title, Leaders as Teachers , this new action guide shares the experiences of companies where "leaders as teachers" is the driving principle for leadership development. Leaders as Teachers Action Guide: Proven Approaches for Unlocking Success in Your Organization presents easy to use instructions, as well as supporting research-based data, for developing top-performing leaders. This book will provide you with: case studies and success stories to inspire your programme tools to help determine the best approach for your organisation templates to design learning programmes that work for your leader-teachers.

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Ed Betof Ed.D. is a senior fellow in human capital, at The Conference Board (TCB). He is also the programme director for TCBAEs Executive Council on Talent and Organization Development and the coach/facilitator for TCBAEs Global Executive Council. He was a co-developer of the pioneering TCB/NASA leadership experience based on NASAAEs Apollo programme. Ed is president of Betof Associates, LLC, a consulting firm specialising in executive coaching, leadership, and career development. Ed is an adjunct executive and team coach for the Center for Creative Leadership. He has been a faculty member with the Institute for Management Studies since 2008. Ed was a founding senior fellow and an academic director of PennAEs chief learning officer doctoral programme. After nearly a 40 year corporate and educational leadership career, Ed retired in December 2007 from BD (Becton, Dickinson, and Company) a global medical technology and human diagnostics company where he was the worldwide vice president of talent management and chief learning officer. Ed was an ASTD Board member from 2004 to 2007. During this period, he also chaired the executive committee of The Conference BoardAEs Council on Learning, Development and Organizational Performance. He has served on Pennsylvania State UniversityAEs Outreach Advisory Board since 2008. Ed is the author of Leaders as Teachers: Unlock the Teaching Potential of Your CompanyAEs Best and Brightest (2009) and co-author of Just Promoted: A 12 Month Roadmap for Success in Your New Leadership Role (1992, 2010). Ed has authored or co-authored several dozen articles, manuals, and guides. Ed received his doctorate from Temple University in 1976. Lisa M. D. Owens is a learning expert who applies learning sciences and instructional design methodology to training programmes that move businesses forward. During LisaAEs more than 30 year career at Procter & Gamble (P&G), she served as P&GAEs leading training professional (1994 u 2011), and dean of P&GAEs R&D University (2003-2011). At P&G, she was a sought-after internal consultant for training design. She was well known for her skill as a coach for executive trainers, a skill she developed in response to P&GAEs culture of leaders-as-teachers. Lisa designed a wide range of training at P&G which used a leaders-as-teachers approach, including General Manager College for two CEOs, and several corporate universities across organisations as diverse as public affairs and research and development. Lisa holds a bachelorAEs degree in chemical engineering (AE77 Georgia Tech), and masters in education (AE96 University of Cincinnati). She joined P&G as a process engineer in 1977 and shifted to a training role in 1992. Lisa was the instructional designer for Boy Scouts of AmericaAEs youth leadership training (NYLT 2005, NAYLE, and TrainerAEs EDGE). She continues her passion for developing youth leadership skills through China Capable Teens. Lisa founded Training Design Strategies LLC in 2012 and consults with large and midsize firms on developing training strategies that advance the business. Her publications include an article ""Leader Trainers"" in Leadership Excellence (2005) and several articles on forming corporate universities. She is on the advisory board for Ohio UniversityAEs instructional design certificate programme, on the executive advisory board for the Greater Cincinnati chapter of ASTD, and she has served as a CorpU awards judge since 2010. Sue Todd is chief strategy officer at CorpU. She works with faculty at leading business schools, including Wharton, IESE, the University of MichiganAEs Ross School of Business and others, to adapt executive education programmes to the practical needs of leaders. Sue has advised Global 2000 organisations on innovative learning and leadership development strategies since 1994. With more than 20 years experience, she has consulted with firms like Coca-Cola, Aetna, Exxon, The Boeing Company, HP, Pfizer, M&M Mars, and others to address the dynamic conditions of the 21st Century. Her current work focuses on complexity science, and how it reveals cracks in current organisational structures and practices under increasing marketplace dynamism. She is identifying approaches that can prepare leaders to embrace emergence and guide organisation adaptability. Prior to joining CorpU, Sue was VP of product management for KnowledgePlanet, where she directed the evolution of the first web-based learning management system, the first business-to-business eLearning marketplace and technology-based performance management solutions. She helped both media and industry analysts shape the LMS and e-learning industries. Sue has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal , Fortune Magazine , USA Today , The New York Times , Greentree Gazette , Workforce Week , and other HR and learning industry publications. She has published articles in Leadership Excellence , CLO , Training and T&D Magazines . Sue has spoken at New York University, Bellvue University, ASTD ICE, Tuskegee University, University of PennsylvaniaAEs Wharton School. And for two years, in 2006 and 2007, she ran Training DirectorAEs Forum on behalf of Training Magazine .

Product Details

  • publication date: 30/05/2014
  • ISBN13: 9781562869199
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 232
  • ID: 9781562869199
  • weight: 567
  • ISBN10: 1562869191

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