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CEO selection: A capital perspective

Since the Global Financial Crisis, there are suggestions that companies are re-thinking the capitals required for a high performing CEO....

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Applying a capital perspective to explain continued gender inequality in the C-suite

Women are still not progressing into executive, CEO or board roles in substantial numbers. We argue that gendered forces operating at societal, organizational, and individual levels inhibit the accumulation of valuable career capital....

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Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader

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Vertical Development: Stage Characteristics

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Vertical Development: Coaching Vertically

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Vertical Development: The Map and the Territory

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Webinar: Vertical Development: Implications for Coaching (Resource)

A growing body of research and practice in the field of leadership development, known as "Vertical  Development," has been gaining traction in leadership and executive coaching programs at world renowned leadership organizations such as the Center for Creative Leadership and Korn Ferry International....

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Mentoring Functions and their Application to the American Council on Education (ACE) Fellows Leadership Development Program

The purpose of this study was to examine and better comprehend the concept of mentoring functions as they apply to leadership development within the American Council on Education Fellows Program— from the Fellows’ (or protégés’) perspectives....

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