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September 25, 2015

The Center for Leadership Studies, through its leadership curriculum, posits that leadership is the cumulative impact of an individual’s attempts to influence the beliefs, attitudes, or behavior of others. Leadership in this sense encapsulates attempts to influence up, down and across the organization, ultimately impacting business results by driving behavior change. To examine this further, Training Industry, Inc. and The Center for Leadership Studies conducted a two-part research effort to assess the relationship between organizations’ leadership development effectiveness and practices when training leaders on influence.

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September 8, 2014

In response to Center for Leadership Studies (CLS) customers and affiliates’ needs for sustained leadership development, CLS developed a comprehensive leadership competency model.

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September 8, 2014

In May of 1969, an article was published in the Training and Development Journal that would wind up impacting millions of practicing managers around the world. The title of that article was “Life Cycle Theory of Leadership,” and it was authored by Drs. Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard.

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