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Evolving Leaders: A Model for Promoting Leadership Development in Programs by Wilfred H. Drath, Charles J. Palus

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Discussion and Implications

Our main themes in this report have been: Leadership development of individuals in programs is a matter of facilitating a shift to more encompassing and adaptive ways of knowing and experiencing a complex world; and development of this sort has myriad precedents and outcomes and tends to happen over long rather than short periods of time. In closing, we would like to emphasize a number of points related to these.

Leadership development is “whole life” in that it is vitally connected to family, personal, and community life, as well as work life—including the biographical aspects of each of these. Another way to say this: Leadership development is about the way a person broadly constructs, evolves, and enacts his or ...

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