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Preventing Derailment: What to Do Before It’s Too Late

Some of the strengths that lead high-potential managers to early promotions can become weaknesses. When this happens, many whose careers have been full of promise stumble, creating huge organizational and personal waste. Much derailment, however, is preventable. By looking at the problem from both and individual and organizational perspective, this report shows how.

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  • Publisher: CCL Press
  • Stock Number (Print): 138
  • Stock Number (eBook): 138e
  • ISBN Number (Print): 978-0-912879-36-9
  • ISBN Number (eBook): 978-1-932973-39-6
  • Author: Michael Lombardo, Robert Eichinger
  • Copyright: ©1989
  • Number of Pages: 48 Pages

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Preventing Derailment: What to Do Before It's Too Late, CCL Press, 1989
How to Use Preventing Derailment vii
Introduction 1
How Executives Develop 2
Those Who Derail 4
The Process of Derailment 6
Derailment: The Individual Face 12
Michelle 15
Developing Michelle 21
But What About Sexism? 26
Derailment: The Organizational Face 28
Feedback on an Effectiveness and Derailment Profile 30
Increasing Variety of Experience for Managers 35
Becoming an Active Learner 38
Conclusion 41
References 45
Appendix 47