In Conversation with Ira Chaleff
“We really need a culture where people will speak up respectfully and candidly so that any blind spots that managers or executives have don’t trip them up.”
~ Ira Chaleff
In Conversation with
Ira Chaleff is the author of The Courageous Follower: Standing Up To and For Our Leaders, now in its third edition, and coeditor of The Art of Followership: How Great Followers Make Great Leaders and Organizations, part of the Warren Bennis Leadership Series. His most recent book is Intelligent Disobedience: Doing Right When What You’re Told To Do Is Wrong. He is the founder of the International Leadership Association’s Followership Learning Community and a member of the ILA board of directors. He is a frequent speaker and workshop presenter on Courageous Followership and transforming hierarchical relationships into powerful partnerships. Chaleff is founder and president of Executive Coaching & Consulting Associates, which provides coaching, consulting, and facilitation to companies, associations, and agencies. He is adjunct faculty at Georgetown University, where Courageous Followership is part of the core curriculum in its professional management training for staff.
Also in this issue:
+ The Evergreen Leader: Building the Ability to Influence by John Milani
+ If These Walls Could Talk by Doug Dickerson
+ Role Models and Rituals by Justin Carter
+ Creating an Environment of Trust by Renée Gendron
+ Leader Profile: Glain Roberts-McCabe by with Penny Clark
+ The Workplace and Its Bullies by Sarah Bridges
+ How to Lead in High Turbulence by Tawfik Jelassi
+ Do You Have the Right Implementation Team? by Marco Mancesti
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