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Center for Creative Leadership Pte Ltd

One Leadership Place

Greensboro, North Carolina 27438

United States

Company Description

The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) is a top-ranked, global provider of leadership development. By leveraging the power of leadership to drive results that matter most to clients, CCL transforms individual leaders, teams, organizations and society. O ... more

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Affiliations

Member of Project Teams
Globally-focused

Education

B.A.

Haverford College

B.A.

political psychology

The Ohio State University

M.A.

Industrial/ Organizational Psychology

Ohio State

M.A.

industrial/organizational psychology

The Ohio State University

Ph.D.

Industrial/ Organizational Psychology

Ohio State

Ph.D.

industrial/organizational psychology

Ohio State University

Ph.D.

industrial/organizational psychology

The Ohio State University

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Current News Releases - Center for Creative Leadership

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April 2015 - Greensboro, NC - CCL senior research scientist Jennifer Deal's op-ed explores how single Millennials will benefit - and challenge - tomorrow's employers. (more...)

CCL Post on HBR.org Shows How to Transition from Friend to Boss February 2015 - Greensboro, NC - CCL senior research scientist Bill Gentry offers four tips for a leadership dynamic that can get awkward. (more...)
CCL in Wall Street Journal: Are Your Employees Exhausted? February 2015 - Greensboro, NC - CCL senior research scientist Jennifer Deal's op-ed starts a discussion on the impact of exhausted workers. (more...)


Leadership Resources, Leadership Tips, Leadership News, Natural Leadership Development Resource Program, Leadership Facts - Center for Creative Leadership

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April 2015 - Greensboro, NC - CCL senior research scientist Jennifer Deal's op-ed explores how single Millennials will benefit - and challenge - tomorrow's employers. (more...)

CCL Post on HBR.org Shows How to Transition from Friend to Boss February 2015 - Greensboro, NC - CCL senior research scientist Bill Gentry offers four tips for a leadership dynamic that can get awkward. (more...)
CCL in Wall Street Journal: Are Your Employees Exhausted? February 2015 - Greensboro, NC - CCL senior research scientist Jennifer Deal's op-ed starts a discussion on the impact of exhausted workers. (more...)


Jennifer Deal, a CCL ...

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Jennifer Deal, a CCL researcher, found the avalanche of emails and texts often stems from sloppy business practices, like meetings being scheduled with no clear agenda and too many people involved in decisions.

Streamlining processes can reduce the amount of unnecessary communications zipping around all hours of day and night. As a manager or business owner, Deal says you can also raise your workers' spirits by educating your staff on what issues are true emergencies which justified reaching out to colleagues after business hours, rather than making a draining, 24-7 workday the standard.


According to Jennifer Deal, ...

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According to Jennifer Deal, millennial expert and senior research scientist at CCL, the leadership gap concern is not exclusive to the influx of the millennials and retirement of baby boomers.

"There's no reason to think that millennials will be any less effective leaders than any previous generation entering the workforce," said Deal, who believes the leadership gap has less to do with generations and is more about leadership effectiveness and employee development.


Five myths about Gen Y workers | Diversified Staffing Services

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In Strategy+Business, Jennifer Deal, a researcher with the Center For Creative Leadership in San Diego, says wrong-headed stereotypes abound about the so-called millennials - also known as Generation Y, those born in the 1980s.

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But Ms. Deal's research found that Gen Yers currently in the work force are more willing to defer to authority than baby boomers or Generation Xers.
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Ms. Deal's research found that Gen Yers in the work force are as intrinsically motivated as boomers and Gen Xers.
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The knock against millennials is that they are only interested in material rewards, but Ms. Deal's research found no relationship between a person's age group and whether he or she is motivated by perks and higher pay.
Again, it's worth noting that position in the work force can play a role: People at the bottom of the work hierarchy tend to be slightly motivated by extrinsic rewards like perks and pay than people at higher levels.
They want more work-life balance
Ms. Deal concedes that this impression of Gen Y workers is marginally accurate: Millennials are interested in work-life balance, but not much more than Gen Xers are.

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