The organizational change management process is similar to the individual process followed to advance one's career. In this article we adopt Dr. John Kotter's 8-step process for leading change to the individual level and demonstrate how to accelerate your leadership journey.
Serving as the regional director for the west and central United States for the United Kingdom’s Department for International Trade, Tim Crouch is responsible for promoting international trade and investment between the United Kingdom and the 31 states west of the Mississippi.
It’s a role that Crouch just began in July, and he credits his experience in the Executive Master of Leadership program at the USC Price School of Public Policy with getting him the position.
Carol Geffner, Director of USC's Executive Master of Leadership Program: I'm very happy to say that I have a soon to be alum with us today, Jennifer Grasso. Jen, why don't you tell us a little bit about your position.
Grasso: I'm Jennifer Grasso. I'm a police officer with the Los Angeles Police Department. I've been with the department a little over 22 years, and I'm currently assigned to the Special Weapons and Tactics Team also known as SWAT.
Carol Geffner, Professor of the Practice of Governance, Management and Policy, and Director of the Executive Master of Leadership program, interviewed Joy White, Executive Director, Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base. Discover Joy's leadership journey.
As generations retire or ascend the rungs of the leadership ladder, organizations face common challenges when developing leaders. Let's explore how organizations and individuals alike can write a leadership development plan that works.