Becoming More Self-Aware: Removing Sedimentation and Discovering Hidden Treasures

Jane Turner, Sharon Mavin

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Abstract

To develop a deeper understanding of how’ leaders become more consciously self-aware, this paper presents research from a wider qualitative study which explored the socially constructed lived experiences and understandings of 15 senior leaders who engaged in an authentic leader development (ALD) process through the vehicle of executive coaching. The aim here is to understand better ‘what went on’ for leaders during the ALD process, to develop a deeper appreciation of ‘how’ leaders become more introspective, self-aware, arguably more authentic and self-confident in their leader roles, to ultimately enable the creation of an actual leader development process.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2014
Event16th Annual ILA Global Conference. Conscious Leading for Global Change - San Diego. California
Duration: 1 Nov 2014 → …
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Conference16th Annual ILA Global Conference. Conscious Leading for Global Change
Period1/11/14 → …
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