"The GELM for measuring global executive leadership"
How we see ourselves is often very different from how we appear to others. Actions we believe reflect decisive or confident characteristics may come across as controlling or arrogant while attempts at openness may be perceived as being indecisive or weak. Understanding how supervisors, co-workers, direct reports and clients perceive us can give valuable insights into our leadership behavior and help us become more effective leaders, better able to embrace and adapt to change. The Global Executive Leadership Mirror (GELM) is a new 360° leadership assessment designed to measure specific leadership behaviors. It also includes additional life and leadership indicators to add further insight into a participant’s behavior: Task and Relationship Index, Life Stressors, Well-being Resources and Perceived Performance.
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Published on 17 May, 2006
"Development, design and validation of the LAQ"
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"Design, development & validation of the GELI"
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Published on 14 Nov, 2004
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Published on 1 Jan, 2005
"Leaders need emotional intelligence to create meaning"
Published on 1 Apr, 2016
"Learning to manage in the gray zone"
Published on 7 Apr, 2015
"The uses of humour in the workplace"
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Published on 2 Jun, 2015
"Talented leadership in the European Union"
This article explores the complex network of relationships requires extremely talented leadership in the European Union.
Published on 1 Aug, 2005
This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review explore the manic-depressive leaders, who are great in a crisis, but overestimating their capabilities can try to do more than they can handle.
Published on 20 Mar, 2014