The first licensing of the SULT method premised on leadership’s grand theory (LGT) is now complete. The signing is great news for the nation, licensor, licensee, and founders. The parties were able to successfully complete the first licensing agreement for the sustainable-unsustainable leadership theory method (SULT). Thus, the SULT method, like LGT, promises to deliver
A world changing breakthrough is uncovered by the discovery of leadership’s grand theory (LGT). Such a breakthrough has never been in such demand, given a context of multiple crises around the world. The long-sought-after grand theory for leadership makes bold assertions in times when leadership gets low confidence ratings in top polls. Further, trust opinions
Observed global crises speak volumes about the state of leadership as commonly understood. Through world events, the world can see leadership development, practice, and over 90% of the theories are failing. COVID-19, the fall of the Afghan Government, the Ukraine invasion, governmental divisions, and uprisings in Iraq and Sri Lanka are just a few pieces
According to the Maxwell Leadership Institute leadership team, a quest for a general theory for leadership is complete. Leadership’s grand theory (LGT) emerged from a 3-year exploratory sequential mixed methods inquiry.
According to Ronald Heifetz, Founding Director of the Center for Public Leadership at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and co-founder of Cambridge Leadership Associates, leadership is not necessarily related to a position, but related to the practice. The Maxwell Leadership Institute is leading a paradigm shift in the leadership space with