Yes, that’s what we do at Learning Leadership through our programs ( see http://www.learning-leadership.com and in book form http://www.learning-leadership.com/blog/lead-to-regenerate/) We do this by encouraging people to think about themselves and their work and we then help them in finding out for themselves how well they are able to: 1. Look at themselves 2. Improve their operational … More Determining leadership potential, and doing something about it
The http://www.learning-leadership.com and Lead to Regenerate book’s programs provide useful insights in the way people are. Here is one example: You have a senior executive who is very intelligent, well qualified, and articulate. He has good conceptual thinking abilities. He has risen in the company. He has been running his department for a while. He … More Leadership potential: He is qualified, articulate, and likable. Will you promote him?
While working on determining leadership potential at an innovative engineering company, I have came across this senior executive who can see where his department needs to go, has correctly focused on some key processes and projects, and is generally seen to be in a good position to bring about desired changes. But some of his … More Leadership potential: Missing trees for the wood?