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For anyone who is a leader or involved with developing leaders, this book is an essential read.
Berger's book is an excellent follow-up to Kegan & Lahey's work and for further exploration on adult developmental theory as it relates to leadership development.
The most compelling aspect of her book for me has been her ability to make sense of complex theory in a practical, pragmatic application.
At this point, I have read Changing on the Job more than 50 times… partly because it is such a wonderful book, but also because I am in the process of translating it into... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Joey Chan
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 1 month ago by danielle conroy
I'm an experienced executive and team coach who's become interested in learning more about building leadership capacity for our more complex and VUCA world. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Messy Miracles
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 7 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 13 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 20 months ago by Willem Jan Hofmans
This book gives lots of helpful examples of workplace situations and personalities with advice about how to help all grow and benefit together.Published 23 months ago by James W. Garvey
I was given the book "Changing on the Job" by a friend and a very esteemed colleague of mine. He is very excited about the ideas presented in this book. Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by Terni Paolo
Yes. We are collectively lost in the wilderness... and we need each other to find our way home.
This book is a friend that will help you discover your world and a path... Read more