Rosie Steeves Breaking the Leadership Mold. An Executives Guide to Achieving Organizational Excellence
Короткий перессказ книги Rosie Steeves Breaking the Leadership Mold. An Executives Guide to Achieving Organizational Excellence. Effective leadership is an absolute in any business environment, but becomes even more critical in times when businesses face unprecedented challenges and need to be nimble and responsive to change. In so doing they will better lead and enable their staff, and create a work environment that is healthy, engaging, productive and sustainable. While there is common agreement that a executives performance can make or break company, defining that essence of effective leadership remains the Holy Grail for those who find themselves at the top, for those who are responsible for carrying out the strategies and dictates of their managers, and for the shareholders who want to see commitment, action and positive financial return. The net result – the organization wins on every measure. Much has been written about leaders and leadership. Breaking the Leadership Mold is designed to help senior executives and managers respond to the challenges of today and shed the vestiges of days gone by. Breaking the Mold has proven strategies to empower, unite and galvanize managers and employees – and their organization – to enable them to prosper and adapt in a swift-changing environment. The 20 principles are built on the pillars of case studies, experience and research. Based on the authors extensive research and 35 years experience in working with local, national and international companies, Breaking the Leadership Mold offers 20 principles-such as Principle #10: Recognize How Executive Team Dynamics Promote Mediocrity and Principle #14: Get Other Executives On Board (or Out of the Way)–that when implemented will ensure that not only is there effective communication throughout the organization, from top to bottom and bottom to top, but also that employees and executives alike contribute to their full potential. Journal articles, blogs and books try to home in on the essence of an effective leader.