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Leadership in Action: Taking Charge of Development by Ann M. Morrison, Jr. Michael M. Lombardo, Morgan W. McCall

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Taking Charge of Development

Today, with so many organizations going through waves of change, it is increasingly necessary for managers to take charge of their own development. Fortunately, the means of development are right at hand—the manager's experiences (see sidebar). To take charge, however, the manager must do several things and choose various options.

Reaching a Development Goal

Most managers, sometime during their career, have received feedback on their performance, whether through a performance review, a development program, or a 360-degree assessment. Energized by the information that they have received, they set specific goals and get ready for change. But just when they're at the starting gate, they come to a halt. “How do I do this?” ...

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