In times of change, leaders must be more agile than ever…
This book is intended to give the reader a set of practical activities they can apply in work situations to develop the 38 items found in the assessments. It complements Learning Agility: The Key to Leader Potential, our first book on this subject.
After learning about the 9 dimensions of the Burke Assessment and that each of the 38 items on the assessment are behavioral, the next step is learning how to develop each of those items or behaviors. That is the focus of this book.
Table of Contents
An Overview of Learning Agility
Selecting the Right Version of the Burke Learning Agility Assessment
Validating the Burke Assessment Report Through Directive and Nondirective Coaching
Rick Croson: A Life Example of Learning Agility in Action
Theory and Research on Learning Agility
Performance and Interpersonal Risk Taking
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