The leaves can't glow against the blown sky, so perhaps you need to go back to the RAW conversion to see if those pixels can be salvaged. Also, the shadows are too deep in the lower right portion. Try using the humble 'Shadow/Highlight...' feature in CS2. To see the leaves 'glow', they need to have high-ish exposure values in comparison with their surroundings. I see you used partial metering: if you metered off the leaves without exposure compensation, then the camera will expose those to be a mid value (zone 5) - you'd ideally want them to be a higher value so would need to 'overexpose' the partial reading by at least one stop. That would also explain the too-deep shadows. However, that would take your sky even higher...! With such a bright sky in the image, you'll only get the effect you want by post-processing to bring the sky down and boost the leaves.
I've had a brief stab at this, but as the sky is blown I can't bring it down without it looking very artificial. I lifted the shadows with the 'Shadow/Highlight...' function set at a high radius, boosted the yellows a little with a selective color layer, used a masked curve to boost the leaves, and increased contrast with a gentle (10%) sharpen at 100px radius.
I'd also experiment with different crops to get rid of some of the darker parts in the right of the image, and perhaps make the sky a little less prominent.