Future Proofing Leadership through Individual and Collective Thinking: A Case Study in Building Foresight

Catherine McCauley-Smith, Sharon Williams, Ashley Braganza, Anne C. Gillon

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Abstract

Main conclusion: Leadership development can be fostered through learning where individuals recognize and acknowledge themselves as an individual (self) leader and shared, collaborative group (us) of leaders and, as a result of which, foresight and reflective practice plays an integral role in helping to understand what is needed to foster such learning. Key Points: Collaborative learning and the forming of internal networks are key attributes to support the development of future leaders. Individual and multiple perspectives of leadership development opportunities are valuable to provide a broader understanding of experiences and future actions. Employers need to recognise the importance of collaborative reflection and foresight for the development of leaders.
Original languageEnglish
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JournalStrategic Change
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Publication statusPublished - 19 May 2014

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