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Nine Levels Of Increasing Embrace In Ego Development : A Full-Spectrum Theory Of Vertical Growth And Meaning Making

  title={Nine Levels Of Increasing Embrace In Ego Development : A Full-Spectrum Theory Of Vertical Growth And Meaning Making},
  author={Susanne R. Cook-Greuter},
and the Leadership Maturity Framework (LMF), I decided to begin the process by revising the 9 levels-paper. Of all my papers, it is the most cited and often required reading in college courses in psychology and human development. It's high time to revise the original 9 levels paper in regards to style as well as content. Thus updating it seems like a useful first step towards a final, more comprehensive writing project. As a non-native speaker of English, clear and concise writing remains a… 
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