Integrating practitioner research with Buddhist philosophy, business and clinical psychology, this book provides a new perspective on leading change in organisations, supporting leaders and change professionals with insight into useful practices for today's business environment. It identifies the unseen and overlooked complexities of the transition space, helping leaders to recognize patterns in their own leadership practices.
This volume includes approaches for working at the intersection of complexity and ambiguity, and discusses how different mindsets impact behavior and outcomes which may get in the way of change agendas. It focuses on approaches for navigating the challenges of organisational transitions, while developing sustainable transition capabilities and practices
A comprehensive new framework for understanding and shaping business management, Transition Leadership is a valuable resource for students and researches of business practices, work psychology, and transition and change, as well as current and future business and organizational leaders.