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Incorporating social networks into leadership development: A conceptual model and evaluation of research and practice

Multilevel and relational views of leadership are expanding the focus of leadership development beyond individuals' knowledge, skills, and abilities to include the networkedpatterns of social relationships linking members of dyads and larger collectives....

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Leadership and followership identity processes: A multilevel review

A growing body of leadership literature focuses on leader and follower identity dynamics, levels, processes of development and outcomes. Despite the importance of the phenomena, there has been surprisingly little effort to systematically review the widely dispersed literature on leader and follower identity....

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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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