Thrive on challenge!
Some professionals, feeling overburdened by challenging job tasks, struggle through projects and avoid additional responsibilities that might prove enriching. They often find their careers unsatisfying, and their job performance may suffer as a result. This field-tested profile shows employees how to seek challenge and to develop valuable skills from their professional lives.
Professionals will use their feedback from the JCP to assist them in:
* Handling unfamiliar tasks
* Driving workplace transformation
* Seeking additional responsibilities
* Dealing with external pressure
* Managing group diversity . . . and much more!
The Facilitator's Guide, which includes a sample copy of the Participant's Workbook, details the essential workshop procedures--including setup, administration, and follow-up--and provides you with reproducible overhead and handout masters. You don't need to be a training professional to use this tool in your organization: this guide gives you all the basics.
Your participants will quickly be able to score and interpret the inventory using the practical Participant's Workbook. With the aid of this action guide, they will determine what and how much they are learning, what parts of their jobs hold key challenges, and what strategies they might adopt to derive maximal learning from these experiences. Every participant will need a copy. Use the world-renowned expertise of CCL to create a learning environment where challenge is welcome!Helps participants:
* Gauge the challenges in their jobs
* Turn challenges into prime learning experience
TIMING: 2 to 4 hours
AUDIENCE: Managers, leaders, and executives at all levels
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CYNTHIA D MCCAULEY is a research scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership. Her research focuses on processes for enhancing leadership development: 360-degree feedback, formal programs, job assignments, and developmental relationships. She is coauthor (with Michael Lombardo) of Benchmarks, a widely used 360-degree feedback instrument. She coedited (with Russ Moxely and Ellen Van Velsor) The Center for Creative Leadership Handbook of Leadership Development. Cindy received her M.A. and Ph.D. in applied psychology from the University of Georgia. PATRICIA J. OHLOTT is a research associate at the Center for Creative Leadership. Her research interests include the career devleopment of women, the developmental impact of job assignments, and issues relating to management of diversity in organizations. She has published articles in the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management Development, and Personnel Psychology. She has a B.A. in psychology from Yale University and is pursuing a Ph.D. in business administration, with a concentration in organizational behavior, at Duke University. MARIAN N. RUDERMAN is a research scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership. Her research focuses on the career development of women and the impact of diversity on management development processes. She is coeditor (with Susan Jackson) of Diversity in Work Teams: Reserach Paradigms for a Changing Workplace. She has published articles in the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Journal of Management Development. She has an M.A. and Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Michigan.
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