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Resonant Leadership

Author : Richard E. Boyatzis
ISBN : 1591395631
Genre : Business & Economics
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A hands-on framework and strategies for consciously creating and maintaining resonance in the face of the relentless challenges of the leadership role. Resonant Leadershipis the follow – up to Primal Leadership, which has sold over 250,000 copies to date. Its message about the importance of resonance and emotionally intelligent readership struck a deep chord with readers all over the world. Resonant Leadershipshows how leaders can recognise the cycles of stress, sacrifice and renewal inherent in their jobs—and actively utilise the qualities of mindfulness, hope and compassion to renew their passion and effectiveness.

Learning For Leadership

Author : Eleanor Drago-Severson
ISBN : 9781452278452
Genre : Education
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Prepare education leaders to support adult professional growth with this comprehensive guide! Help foster an understanding of adult development that enables education leaders to support professional learning—or build capacity—across schools and districts with this one-of-a-kind resource. Based on adult developmental theory and filled with practical, actionable advice as well as takeaways, you’ll learn to: Design and implement action plans based on a learning-oriented model of school leadership and capacity building: Teaming, Providing Leadership Roles, Collegial Inquiry, and Mentoring Build robust and effective professional learning initiatives that increases student achievement Help leaders bridge theory and practice with first-hand case study analyses

Becoming A Resonant Leader

Author : Annie McKee
ISBN : 9781422131046
Genre : Business & Economics
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What distinguishes great leaders? Exceptional leaders capture passion. They lead for real: from the heart, smart and focused on the future, and with a commitment to being their very best. As Annie McKee and Richard Boyatzis have shown in their bestselling books Primal Leadership and Resonant Leadership, they create resonance with others. Through resonance, leaders become attuned to the needs and dreams of people they lead. They create conditions where people can excel. They sustain their effectiveness through renewal. McKee, Boyatzis, and Frances Johnston share vivid, real-life stories illuminating how people can develop emotional intelligence, build resonance, and renew themselves. Reflecting twenty years of longitudinal research and practical wisdom with executives and leaders around the world, this new book is organized around a core of experience-tested exercises. These tools help you articulate your strengths and values, craft a plan for intentional change, and create resonance with others. Practical and inspiring, Becoming a Resonant Leader is your hands-on guide to developing emotional intelligence, renewing and sustaining yourself and your relationships, and taking your leadership to a whole new level. This book is ideal for anyone seeking personal and professional development and for consultants, coaches, teachers, and faculty to use with their clients or students.

Authentic African Leadership

Author : Gail Cameron
ISBN : 9781920655785
Genre : Business & Economics
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Telling the untold South African stories of courage, fortitude, and the desire to succeed against all odds, Authentic African Leadership is a compilation of true leadership stories written by top leaders in corporate South Africa who Gail Cameron, founder of the Image Excellence Group, has coached over the last 20 years. The stories are compelling as each reflects an authentic African leader's unique indigenous culture, value, norms, beliefs, historical underpinnings, and traditions. Each of the contributors to the book relates how they overcame enormous challenges—both personal and professional—to succeed against all odds. Numerous exercises allow the reader to rate him/herself in key competencies and to identify personal styles and traits.

Self Leadership In Social Work

Author : Mckitterick, Bill
ISBN : 9781447314882
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is a call for confident, skilled and knowledgeable practice in social work. The current managerialist agenda has restricted judgement and the exercise of discretion in the profession, and, more damagingly, has played down the social justice components of social work, as well as the responsibilities for therapeutic and change-orientated interventions. This book explores how, through strong self-leadership, social workers can both explain and demonstrate how social work can achieve positive change. Offering a fresh and innovative view on leadership for social workers, managers of social services and social work students at all levels, the book identifies tactics and strategies to provide leadership both within a team and in senior positions.

The Handbook Of Mentoring At Work

Author : Belle Rose Ragins
ISBN : 9781412916691
Genre : Business & Economics
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...a comprehensive overview of the current state of research, theory and practice drawn from the leading scholars and practitioners who have advanced our understanding of mentoring in the workplace... The Handbook of Mentoring at Work; Research, Theory, and Practice, provides a definitive guide that not only informs the field, but also extends it in three critical ways: Chronicles the current state of knowledge of mentoring and identifies important new areas of research: The Handbook begins with offering an extensive, cutting-edge and in-depth review of core topics in mentoring research, such as diversity in mentoring relationships, learning processes in mentoring relationships, formal mentoring, peer mentoring, socialization and mentoring, leadership and mentoring, dysfunctional mentoring, personality and mentoring, and electronic mentoring. Extends the theoretical horizon of mentoring: The theoretical section of the Handbook builds and extends mentoring theory by drawing on a diverse and rich literature of related theories, such as network theory, adult development theory, relational theory, communication theory, personal change theory, work-family theory and theories of emotional intelligence. Builds a bridge between the practice and study of mentoring: The Handbook includes chapters that address not only formal mentoring programs, but also mentoring practices that relate to leadership development programs, diversity programs and international perspectives. The Handbook is a "must-have" reference for understanding the key debates and issues facing mentoring scholars and practitioners, and provides a theory-driven road map to guide future research and practice in the field of mentoring.

Learning From Burnout

Author : Tim Casserley
ISBN : 9781136346422
Genre : Business & Economics
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Burnout is a taboo subject. Admitting you are burning out in your job is tantamount to career suicide for some employees; for their organizations it is like raising a white flag in the war for talent. But suppose that preventing burnout is the worst thing you can do. Suppose for some people, particularly high fliers, it represents a call to deep and urgent learning about themselves and how they relate to the world. Suppose that we need instead to learn to manage burnout and harness the powerful learning potential of the experience, and in so doing build careers aligned with individual meaning and purpose, sustainable in the long term. What would organizations and their people need to do to achieve this? This book: * Explains what burnout is, how it is becoming the 21st-century business equivalent of the 'black death', and how it can derail your career * Highlights the financial, reputational and personal costs to organizations and people * Details how burnout can deliver a killer punch to talent management and the development of the leaders of tomorrow, and risk the retention, growth and productivity of high fliers * Explores why some of us develop a strong sense of our own, personal identity at work, while others find it more difficult * Presents a coaching process to manage burnout and harness its learning potential * Provides a framework for individuals to build careers aligned with individual meaning and purpose.

The Economist Coaching And Mentoring

Author : Jane Renton
ISBN : 9781847652188
Genre : Business & Economics
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Coaching has long become mainstream. Thousands of people paid 2,000 each to attend a three-day seminar in 2008 in London's Excel centre to listen to Tony Robbins - the man credited with 'turning around' Bill Clinton in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky affair - and discover how to 'unleash the power within'. But the big business has been in executive coaching. A top coach in America can earn over $15,000 a day - well beyond the normal fees charged by most consultants and occupational psychologists - and, according to Harvard Business Review, US companies are spending more than $1 billion a year on this 'must-have' activity. A similar trend is being witnessed in Britain, where it's estimated that 100,000 managers a year now undergo coaching. This guide explains what coaching, and its cheaper and simpler alternative, mentoring are, outlining the different types of coaching and their cost. Crucially, it assesses the effectiveness of coaching and mentoring, and it gives advice based on the lessons learned by those interviewed for the book on making coaching work successfully and avoiding mistakes that lead to disappointment or even harm.

The Manager S Bookshelf

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ISBN : 0132301652
Genre : Business & Economics
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Dozens of business books have captured the hearts and minds of today's management community. Which ones contain the most intriguing ideas? When will you have time to read them all? How will you afford to obtain them? The answer lies in The Manager's Bookshelf: A Mosaic of Contemporary Views. From the classics to the newly minted, this book gives you objective summaries of a broad sampling of fifty-five best-sellers.

Spiritual Kaizen

Author : Grant Hagiya
ISBN : 9781426771323
Genre : Religion
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“Kaizen” is a Japanese word that translates roughly, “to change or correct for the better.” What are the traits, qualities and characteristics of effective clergy? Is it possible to transform an average local church pastor into a highly effective and growth-oriented pastor? Leadership is not defined at birth. All of us can grow and develop into more effective leaders and we can do this at any time during our careers. In Spiritual Kaizen, Grant Hagiya works from the best secular and ecclesial models of leadership, comparing and contrasting the two, in order to draw out the best leadership practices available for current and future leaders of the church.

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