Teachable Moments of Leadership is a unique collection of resources for the beginner and experienced leadership educator alike to practice and master teaching leadership experientially using Case-in-Point.
Case-in-Point is an intensively experiential methodology for teaching leadership and an integral part of the theory of Adaptive Leadership™ developed over the past 15 years by Ronald Heifetz, Marty Linsky, and their colleagues at the Harvard Kennedy School.
According to the Adaptive Leadership framework, leadership is the practice of “mobilizing people to tackle tough issues, adapt and thrive.” With Case-in-Point, the facilitator use situations and events present in the classroom to illustrate real-world concepts. In front of our eyes, the group dynamics of the class provide powerful material for reflection in real time, helping participants in a day class, leadership retreat, or university course to develop their ability to innovate and adapt to changing circumstances in their organisations.
Teachable Moments of Leadership contains all of the obvious and not-so-obvious best practices to use Case-in-Point for both the novice and the more experienced educator. Think of this guide as your key to get started in injecting a more experiential way of teaching in your classes with any skill-set.
The e-book is filled with video resources, job aids, checklists, and other reference materials like practitioners articles, ready-to-use Case-in-Point learning activities, tips and guidelines for bringing Case-in-Point online and more.