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TitleExploring Leadership Drivers and Blockers [electronic resource] / by Ian C. Woodward, Samah Shaffakat, Vincent H. Dominé
ImprintSingapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
Connect tohttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6276-7
Descript XVII, 163 p. 10 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

This book presents the idea of exploring both conscious and unconscious drivers and blockers in a person’s leadership development. From the outset, the authors show that exploring drivers (forces that motivate) and blockers (forces that obstruct) leads to profound self-awareness, increasing the chances that meaningful change can occur for the person. Research in the book builds on and integrates well-established leadership development approaches such as ‘immunity to change’ and ‘positive psychology’. Chapters in the book cover drivers and blockers as “assumptions” and “forces” in people that will impact their personal change efforts. The authors examine the reservoirs or sources of drivers and blockers in the mind, such as worldviews, emotions, personality traits, as well as values and motivators, and conclude by providing a tool that leadership development practitioners, coaches and scholars can use with people to explore their drivers and blockers. Throughout the work, real examples from the authors' field research are used to bring these concepts to life. Ian C. Woodward is a Professor of Management Practice at INSEAD directing its flagship “Advanced Management Programme” and teaching in major degree and leadership programs. His teaching and research concentrates on leadership communication, strategic/high performance leadership, leadership and values, as well as personal leadership transformation and development. Samah Shaffakat is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of HRM, Liverpool Business School. Previously she was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD. She is also a visiting Professor at IIM-Ahmedabad. Her research interests include: leadership, psychological contracts, mindfulness, emotions, and media. Vincent H. Dominé is Adjunct Professor of Leadership at INSEAD and the Director of Leadership Development in the Global Executive MBA programs. He is also founding partner of DOMINÉ & PARTNERS, a Swiss-based international consultancy firm specialised in accompanying senior executive teams and boards in strategic leadership development.


CONTENT

1. Introduction -- 2. Profound Self-awareness and the Need to Explore Drivers and Blockers -- 3. Exploring the Reservoirs of Drivers and Blockers – Conscious and Unconscious Selves -- 4. Exploring the Reservoirs of Drivers and Blockers – Conscious and Unconscious — Worldviews and Emotions -- 5. Exploring the Reservoirs of Drivers and Blockers – Conscious and Unconscious — Big Five Personality Traits -- 6. Exploring the Reservoirs of Drivers and Blockers – Conscious and Unconscious — Other Personality Traits and Characteristics -- 7. Exploring the Reservoirs of Drivers and Blockers – Conscious and Unconscious — Values and Motivators -- 8. Uncovering, Understanding, Unleashing, Overcoming – Exploring Drivers and Blockers in Leadership Development Practice -- 9. Conclusion and Opportunities for Further Research and Application -- 10. Appendices


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