How to Design an Effective System for Developing Managers and Executives

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Managers and executives do not typically become more effective as the result of a single training program or other intervention. Rather, development requires a range of ongoing and integrated activities.

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Author Maxine A. Dalton and George P. Hallenbeck
ISBN 978-1-882197-24-8
Publisher CCL Press

The six-step model described in this report — based on the Center's Tools for Developing Successful Executives program — provides the basics for designing an organizational development initiative.

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How to Design an Effective System for Developing Managers and Executives, CCL Press, 1996
Preface vii
Executive Guide ix
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction 1
STEP 1: Find and Use Organizational Support for Creating a Process, Not an Event 3
STEP 2: Define the Program Purpose and the Behaviors to Be Developed 8
STEP 3: Use Feedback as the Baseline for Executive Development 17
STEP 4: Define and Communicate the Critical Role of the Manager 22
STEP 5: Write the Development Plan 24
STEP 6: Make the Program Accountable 34
Conclusion 37
References 39

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