Social Change Model Of Leadership Development

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3 Case Study
3.1 Conceptual Framework
3.1.1 A Social Change Model of Leadership Development
The social change model of leadership development(Helen & Alexander, 1996, p. 03) summarizes the whole leadership development process across the individual, group and social levels. It implies seven core values required in each level so as to attain the goal of changing the society positively. The values in three levels influence each other and the process is indicated in the following figure (Helen & Alexander, 1996).

Figure 4. The social change model of leadership development

Source: developed by (Helen & Alexander, 1996, p. 20) www.cmu.edu (21/02/2017)

3.1.2 Conceptual model: Multilevel sustainable management model
The multilevel sustainable management model is adapted based on the social change model of leadership development(Helen & Alexander, 1996). The model is extracted from the case studies in this study. Three different levels, which are individual level, organizational level and strategic level, are implemented in the multilevel sustainable management model. As compared to the original model which presents a dynamic function, multilevel sustainable management model concentrates on a unidirectional sustainable development. The sustainable management is reflected by the sustainable leadership at the individual level and organizational level. This will also influence the external strategic planning of the organization.
Figure 5. Multilevel management leadership model

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