Tag Archives: Leadership Development

From Conflict to Collaboration – A true T-group story

Be the change you wish to see in the world. —Mahatma Gandhi The T-Group based workshop has just begun. The 24 participants and the 3 faculty members have introduced themselves, and the CEO (who is himself participating) has briefly explained … Continue reading

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Leadership Can Be Learned, Gilmore Crosby’s new book, is out!

The following is excerpted with permission: Introduction Despite all that has been written on the subject, the premise of this book is that leadership is poorly understood because human systems are poorly under- stood. Like the paradigms of old, which … Continue reading

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T-Groups Applied to Industry

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The Interpersonal Gap – Part One

The main section of Crosby & Associates East Coast US President Gilmore Crosby’s presentation of Dr. John Wallen’s theory (12 minutes). Wallen’s four behavioral skills, the remainder of the presentation, can be accessed through the video’s link to Vimeo. [The … Continue reading

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Leadership, Authority, and Emotional Intelligence – A Case Study from the PECO Nuclear Turnaround

Abstract: The following is written from a practitioner’s point of view. The hypothesis is that organizations that respect the role of emotion in human systems, in concert with other variables such as role, goal, and decision clarity, will meet or … Continue reading

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Leadership Development – Robert P. Crosby EQ in the Workplace Workshop – June 23rd-27th 2014

“Tough Stuff” EQ in the Workplace Workshops are intensive Applied Behavioral Science trainings which combine cutting edge knowledge about leadership and human behavior with powerful personal insights and skill building. Lead Faculty Robert P. Crosby, 85 years young, developed Tough … Continue reading

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Self Differentiated Leadership

A self-differentiated leader is able to lead and connect simultaneously. They respect their own inner guidance system – what they want, think, and feel – and convey their sense of direction clearly, calmly, and consistently. They follow their own path, … Continue reading

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Assessment Centers

Assessment Centers have become a widely accepted method for assisting in employee development and career path decisions. In choosing a vendor, it is important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the methodology. The jury is still out on the … Continue reading

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Leadership – the first chapter from my new yet to be published book

Excerpted from “Leadership can be Learned” Chapter One: Leadership Take clear stands and stay connected – the essence of leadership. The task of being an effective authority figure remains the same, whether your role impacts many (President, VP, CEO, etc.) or … Continue reading

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The Nuclear Industries Blind Spot (and they’re not the only ones)

I wrote this as part of a Linkedin Nulcear Safety Culture Group. In sum, the nuclear industry, and many outside that industry, while understanding some of the behaviors and processes necessary for healthy culture, don’t have a clear grasp of … Continue reading

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