Leadership Development

If responsibility is anywhere, it is everywhere.
Margaret Rioch

Leadership cannot be exercised in the absence of followership, and responsibility for an organization’s success or failure cannot reside in any one person or function. For an organization to succeed, members at all levels must buy into its mission and purpose and understand their role in achieving it. Tracy Wallach works with organizations to develop responsible leadership and followership at all levels: how do individuals exercise their authority? Who gets authorized to work? By whom? For what? Do leaders and followers hold each other accountable? How does the organization authorize or de-authorize its members and leaders to work?


  • 360 Qualitative Feedback
  • Individual and Group Coaching
  • Role analysis
  • Workshops
  • Training
  • Bar-On Emotional Intelligence Inventory

Leadership Development Additional Resources

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  • Heifetz, R. A., & Linsky, M. (2002). Leadership on the line. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.
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  • Newton, J., Long, S., & Sievers, B. (Eds.). (2006). Coaching in depth: The organizational role analysis approach. London: Karnac Books.
  • Western, S. (2008). Leadership: a critical text. London: Sage.