Evaluating the Impact of Leadership Development

Evaluating the Impact of Leadership Development

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Implement Evaluation the CCL Way Evaluating the Impact of Leadership Development is a step-by-step guidebook for creating and implementing evaluation of leadership development systems. Approaching issues from an evaluative perspective enables leadership development professionals to consider multiple perspectives and draw lessons as a natural part of the way work is done. Advance praise for Evaluating the Impact of Leadership Development "This refreshingly practical guide to evaluating leadership activities will provide the confidence and the evidence to reinvigorate the international community's support for effective leadership to address the major global issues of today." -John Davidson, senior public sector specialist, The World Bank "An extremely well-written book! It will help evaluation practitioners demonstrate to their stakeholders where and how evaluation adds unique values to leadership development initiatives." -Huilan Yang, evaluation manager and project leader, W. K. Kellogg Foundation "Hannum and Martineau have nailed this topic! In their mission to educate and assist others in evaluating leadership development, they have provided a valuable guide that is rich with practical tools and examples that enable anyone to think systematically about how to effectively demonstrate the value of their leadership development programs and approaches." -Leslie W. Joyce, vice president and chief learning officer, The Home Depot

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 178 x 232 x 12mm | 281.23g
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
  • John Wiley & Sons Ltd
  • Chichester, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0470184108
  • 9780470184103
  • 1,805,165

About Kelly M. Hannum

Kelly M. Hannum is an enterprise associate at the Center for Creative Leadership. Her work focuses on evaluation and leadership development across different cultures. Jennifer W. Martineau is director of the Center for Creative Leadership's Design and Evaluation Center. Her work focuses on the evaluation of leadership development programs and initiatives. The Center for Creative Leadership is a top-ranked, global provider of executive education that develops better leaders through its exclusive focus on leadership education and research.

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Implement Evaluation the CCL WayEvaluating the Impact of Leadership Development is a step-by-step guidebook for creating and implementing evaluation of leadership development systems. Approaching issues from an evaluative perspective enables leadership development professionals to consider multiple perspectives and draw lessons as a natural part of the way work is done. Advance praise for Evaluating the Impact of Leadership Development"This refreshingly practical guide to evaluating leadership activities will provide the confidence and the evidence to reinvigorate the international community's support for effective leadership to address the major global issues of today." --John Davidson, senior public sector specialist, The World Bank"An extremely well-written book! It will help evaluation practitioners demonstrate to their stakeholders where and how evaluation adds unique values to leadership development initiatives." --Huilan Yang, evaluation manager and project leader, W. K. Kellogg Foundation "Hannum and Martineau have nailed this topic! In their mission to educate and assist others in evaluating leadership development, they have provided a valuable guide that is rich with practical tools and examples that enable anyone to think systematically about how to effectively demonstrate the value of their leadership development programs and approaches." --Leslie W. Joyce, vice president and chief learning officer, The Home Depot

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Table of contents

Preface. Introduction. Chapter 1: Understanding the Evaluation Function and Process. Chapter 2: Focusing the Evaluation. Chapter 3: Designing and Conducting the Evaluation. Chapter 4. Communicating and Using Evaluation Findings. References. Recommended Resources. About the Authors.

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