The demands on business leaders are only increasing. Yet, widely understood, empirically grounded, and rigorous ways to support their development are lacking.
Fortunately, this volume brings together a cast of expert contributors to introduce 30-plus years of findings to a wider audience.
The chapters explore how applying insights from the field of constructivist cognitive development can move leaders’ thinking beyond the clichéd characterizations of “inner work” to bring greater maturity of heart, complexity of mind, and skillful practice.
Increasing complexity in the world is not a passing phase, and the need for leaders to grow in the sophistication of their responses is real.