Leadership Maturity and The Ability to Lead Transformation: How Adult Stage Development Influences Leadership Capacity
June 8, 2015
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
The poet David Whyte speaks of work as a "journey of becoming" and the workplace is often where human beings develop as individuals. Join Faculty Guests Barbara Braham and Chris Wahl to learn how to bring a developmental lens to your leadership. Taught in both the coaching and transformational leadership programs at Georgetown’s Institute for Transformational Leadership, the work of these two faculty members has made groundbreaking connections between what we know about how people learn and develop as human beings – and the role that adult development plays in your capacity to lead. Host Kate Ebner will explore the stages of adult development, what they mean for you as a leader, and how to use an understanding of adult stages of development to shape your messages and actions as a leader.
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