Friday, November 24th, 2017

Bill Joiner’s Leadership Agility® Blog

Continued writing with occasional podcasts on Leadership Agility, the research-based book on stages of personal and leadership development. This blog captures and extends the book's key ideas; shares new insights, research, and applications from client work; and shows how Leadership Agility relates to current issues.  Comments welcome!  You can also follow Bill on Twitter: @leaderagility

Understanding Leadership Agility

February 27, 2007 by
Filed under The Book's Journey

Lori Grant, who writes a popular blog for early-career knowledge workers, just posted a wonderful review of Leadership Agility. Check it out here.  It begins as follows … Every now and then, a great business book comes along that will eventually become a classic read for aspiring knowledge workers who are managing their careers up […]

ChangeWise Leadership Agility 360

Great meeting today with Bernie Cullen and George Klemp, partners at Cambria Consulting. As a result of this meeting, Cambria and ChangeWise have decided to join forces to develop a 360 instrument based on the research that went into Leadership Agility. This will be an online, research-based instrument, the first to provide 360-feedback on a […]

Post-heroic Leadership

Had coffee this morning with Allan Cohen, Distinguished Professor of Global Leadership at Babson College. Cohen and his co-author, David Bradford (now Dean of the Executive Program on Leadership at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business) originated a key distinction we make in the book – between heroic and post-heroic leadership. (This distinction first appeared in […]

Stage Development Psychology

February 5, 2007 by
Filed under Roots of Leadership Agility

Earlier this evening, about a dozen brave souls showed up, in spite of freezing winds, at the Harvard Coop bookstore for a talk and conversation about Leadership Agility. The Q&A went on for a full hour. A very bright, fun and interested group. It was a pleasure to be back in Harvard Square, my old […]