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Developing the Change Leadership Competency

Presentation delivered at the Association of Change Management Professionals, Chicagoland Meeting, March 18, 2014
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Kimberly Scott

on 19 March 2014

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Transcript of Developing the Change Leadership Competency

Developing the Change Leadership Competency
To effectively develop change leadership within individuals and organizations, we need to change the way we develop leaders within schools and organizations
Predict. Plan. Control.
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Think Differently
Outside the Box
Agility
Change Leadership
Competency
Guiding and directing yourself and others through change
Individual and Organizational Competency
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What else is there?
Change Leadership Sensibilities
Health
Assessing
Planning
Designing
Testing
Perfecting
Communicating
Evaluating
Openness
Comfort With Ambiguity
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Well-Being
Humor
Integrity
Resonance
Metaphor
Culture
Identity
Optimism
Passion
Motive
Energy
Affect
Connection
Hope
Self-Efficacy
Welcome to the Ambiguity Sandbox!
Kimberly S. Scott, PhD.
Assistant Professor & Director, MSLOC
Northwestern University
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