Vertical Leadership Development

/Vertical Leadership Development

Bill Torbert and Dean Anderson Discuss Characteristics of a Team Where a New Level of Trust is Possible

Category: , , , , , , ,

Type:

Vertical Leadership Development is key to building a new level of trust during transformational change. It enables leaders to co-create solutions to complex challenges they could not solve previously. Watch Bill Torbert and Dean Anderson discuss the breakthroughs in trust and results that naturally occur when leaders develop greater self-mastery and the ability to dialogue openly.

Daryl Conner and Dean Anderson Discuss Senior Change Practitioner Development

Category: , , , , ,

Type:

How do you, as a Senior Change Consultant, become a trusted advisor to the executive leaders you support? Consultants often think that providing great tools and techniques is the solution, but the key is developing your character and Presence. Who you are, and how you show up, matters most. Learn more in this video snippet, as Dean discusses with Daryl Conner how developing yourself from the “inside out” can help you become a trusted advisor to senior executives.

Dean Anderson and Bill Joiner’s discussion on Leadership Agility

Category: , ,

Type:

Dean Anderson and Bill Joiner discuss Leadership Agility, the concepts of vertical learning, and the future of leadership.

Dean Anderson and Susanne Cook-Greuter’s discussion on human development

Category: , ,

Type:

Dean Anderson and Susanne Cook-Greuter discuss Ego Development, how leadership changes throughout development, and the importance of late stage leadership in addressing transformation.

Bill Torbert’s video, Adult Ego Development: Part II

Category: , ,

Type:

In part two of this video, Dean Anderson and Bill Torbert discuss Ego Development, the application of Ego Development Theory in organizations, and the importance of late stage leadership in addressing transformation.

Bill Torbert’s video, Adult Ego Development: Part I

Category: , ,

Type:

Dean Anderson and Bill Torbert discuss Ego Development, the application of Ego Development Theory in organizations, and the importance of late stage leadership in addressing transformation.