Columbus, OH (Vocus) November 10, 2010
Columbus-based leadership and management consulting firm, Metcalf & Associates, has been published in Integral Leadership Review with an article focusing on the art of effective leadership. The paper clarifies the leadership and management qualities that research indicates are most effective at transforming organizations and talks about how they are developed.
To explain what effective leadership in an organization looks like, the article follows a leader as she develops through the levels of skill that allow her to effectively transform an organization. The management leadership article provides detailed descriptions of each of the levels of leadership to become a “Level 5” Leader as detailed in Jim Collins book Good to Great, as well as an example of how specific behaviors and qualities look when applied in an organization.
“Now that leadership characteristics have been defined, we can test individuals and create processes to help them build these characteristics to become more effective leaders. In our experience, leadership consulting based on this process has been very effective for our clients,” explained Maureen Metcalf, President of Metcalf & Associates.
Integral Leadership Review is recognized as the world’s premier publication of integrated approaches to leadership. For more information about Maureen Metcalf or Metcalf & Associates, visit http://www.metcalf-associates.com.
About Metcalf & Associates
We are a management consulting firm grounded in the principle of service and committed to our clients' increased business success along with growth in personal and organizational-wide competence. We work as your partner; we identify opportunities, help resolve current problems, diagnose and address causes, and build your capacity. Our team is comprised of individuals with a proven track record in leadership development and business consulting, many having served Fortune 500 companies and Public Sector institutions as employees of the world's market leading consulting firms. Our Principles test at Level 5, which puts them in the top 5% of leaders.
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