Jul 26, 2021
Leadership development is often spoken about as a skill acquisition. This is horizontal development. Vertical development is when we see and value more of the bigger picture and can navigate complexity. It’s hard and essential work. Here’s an overview.
We review last season’s episodes with the key takeaways to ask better questions, practice leadership reflection, and focus on others to avoid a slump
The history of leadership developmental models and associated extensive global research
Core leadership principles when it comes to vertical leadership development
How to expand your values and leadership identity so you can be more responsive
Common leadership transitions and what to look out for
The three things you need in place for successful growth and leadership development
Zoë Routh is one of Australia’s leading experts on people stuff - the stuff that gets in our way of producing results, and the stuff that lights us up. She works with the growers, makers, builders to make people stuff fun and practical.
Zoë is the author of four books: Composure - How centered leaders make the biggest impact, Moments - Leadership when it matters most, Loyalty - Stop unwanted staff turnover, boost engagement, and build lifelong advocates, and People Stuff - Beyond Personalities: An advanced handbook for leadership. People Stuff was awarded Book of the Year 2020 by the Smart WFM Australian Business Book Awards.
Zoë is also the producer of The Zoë Routh Leadership Podcast.