This chapter contains nine appendices to augment or extend relevant information and concepts covered across the book. These include information on our research in exploring drivers and blockers with leaders in the field—through coaching and development programs; a copy of the “Drivers and Blockers Exploration Tool” for use; as well as detailed mini-case examples of leaders using the tool as part of their leadership development work. The appendices also include a summary of the reservoirs or sources of drivers and blockers. Other material relates to the work of both Kegan and Lahey on adult mind development and “immunity to change”. There is also further material related to some concepts addressed in main chapters, relating to personality, thinking and leadership development.
- Leadership development
- Conscious and unconscious
- Drivers and blockers
- Immunity to change
- Insightfully aware leadership
- Leadership transformation
- Individual change
- Leadership development objectives
- Coaching approaches and tools
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Woodward, I.C., Shaffakat, S., Dominé, V.H. (2019). Appendices. In: Exploring Leadership Drivers and Blockers. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6276-7_10
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