Informal Leadership Learning: Formative Childhood Development (2)

Formative Childhood Development 2Within the family environment, children’s participation in decisions has been seen to stimulate a child to be more active, socially outgoing, intelligent, curious, original and constructive; in larger families social cooperativeness is developed along with an ability to work towards a group goal (Bass, 1990). Continue reading “Informal Leadership Learning: Formative Childhood Development (2)”

Informal Leadership Learning: Formative Childhood Development

Formative Childhood Development Informal leadership learning can be described as development through experiences where managers learn, grow and undergo personal change as a result of the roles, responsibilities and tasks encountered in their jobs (McCauley & Brutus, 1998), and so reflect emergent and accidental events rather than a deliberate and consciously planned approach to development. Continue reading “Informal Leadership Learning: Formative Childhood Development”