Reaching Your Development Goals
Center for Creative Leadership, 1998 - Business & Economics - 27 pages
You have just completed a formal feedback experience—perhaps a management development program, performance review, or 360-degree instrument—and through your feedback from superiors, peers, and subordinates you have learned that you have some behaviors that need changing or skills that need development. You've set goals for improvement and your impulse is to start working on them as soon as you can. This guidebook describes three strategies to use as you continue to develop your capacity to lead: seeking challenging assignments at work and away from the job, training for specific skills, and building relationships with people who can support your efforts.
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