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It is so good it is on our highly recommended book list for all our leadership programs!
This book helps look at the continuation of brain/thought development to gain an understanding of the different mindsets and worlds that we are each living in.
She uses the context of CD theory to lay the groundwork for applying the concepts of complexity, coaching, and change in today's work environment.
Changing On The Job takes Professor Robert Kegan's Theory of Adult Development and applies it in a powerful and practical way to the work environment. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Revel
The title of this book, Changing on the job, captures the essence of the contribution the book makes to the leadership field. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robyn
I've recommended this book over and over and have purchased several copies as gifts for friends and colleagues. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Walker
This is a very valuable book for understanding leadership development and leadership thinking and actions.Published 4 months ago by John Clements
This is one of the most practical and grounded books on adult development I have read. Jennifer Garvey Berger's academic and strong practitioner background ensures the theory is... Read morePublished 6 months ago by danielle conroy
This book has been an invaluable resource to me as a manager to understand adult development and how this influences the relational dynamics that come up in supervisory... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kelly Sachter
In the first year of the MBA program, students read Kegan & Lahey's Immunity to Change. Then in the second year, they read Changing on the Job. Read morePublished 12 months ago by L. Capa
For the uninitiated, Jennifer's book does a great job introducing the concept of subject/object theory and adult development. Read morePublished 18 months ago by John Eisenschmidt
Jennifer has done a sublime job in simplifying complex theory into bite-size actionable pieces. It will help me in my own development as a person, a coach and a leader. Thank you!Published on March 30, 2013 by Willem Jan Hofmans