Research Principles of the JumpShift Method

Our methods are backed by the latest research into professional development, leadership development and behavior change. Download the white paper to find out more about the JumpShift method and how a best practice learning and development program uses them.

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What your leadership development programs should be doing…

This white paper provides a great outline of what your leadership and management development programs should be doing.  If they aren’t then you might not be getting all the benefits and outcomes from your investment that you should.  Download the white paper to find out.

Do your leadership programs consider…
  • action learning
  • learning agility
  • leadership behaviors
  • learning in action
  • learning how to learn
  • qualities of a good leader
  • zone of proximal development
  • what makes a great leader
  • proximal development
  • adaptive thinking
  • best practice tools for leaders
  • skills needed by leaders
  • leadership learning methodology
  • deutero-learning
  • best practice tools for managers

 

RESEARCH PRINCIPLES OF THE JUMPSHIFT METHOD WHITE PAPER

The workplace environment that managers are facing has changed. The world has become more complex and volatile than previously and the speed of this change in most industries appears to be accelerating. Correspondingly, the skills needed by leaders to succeed have also changed, with more sophisticated and adaptive thinking required.

The learning and development industry, as well as academia, has spent a number of decades focused on what makes a great leader. However, the rapidly changing environment means this is no longer just a leadership challenge (what good leadership looks like); it is a development challenge (what causes people to grow). Most managers have become experts on the topic of leadership, but relative novices on the process of development.

For the past several decades, classroom based training has been the dominant method for developing leaders in organizations. Yet, in the last fifteen years many organizations have begun rebalancing their development programs in order to address some of the limitations of classroom based training which include:

  • the difficulty of removing leaders from work for long periods of time
  • the lack of ‘transfer’ back to the workplace
  • the inability of ‘content’ trainings to produce behavior change

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 ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Nick Petrie is JumpShift’s Research Advisor and is a Senior Faculty member with the Center for Creative Leadership’s Colorado Springs campus.

Nick is from New Zealand and has significant international experience having spent ten years living and working in Japan, Spain, Scotland, Ireland, Norway and Dubai. Before joining CCL, he ran his own consulting company and spent the last several years developing and implementing customized leadership programs for senior leaders around the world. Nick holds a masters degree from Harvard University and undergraduate degrees in business administration and physical education from Otago University in New Zealand.