5 edition of Leading the team organization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -192) and index.
|Statement||Dean Tjosvold, Mary M. Tjosvold.|
|Series||Issues in organization and management series|
|Contributions||Tjosvold, Mary M.|
|LC Classifications||HD66 .T54 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 198 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||91024664|
This book brought together the leading scholars in each area of leadership research, from leader selection to leader development, to leading teams and leading under crisis. Why you should read it: This book challenges long-held wisdom about leading teams – that leaders must give constant feedback, both positive and negative; that difficult conversations are uncomfortable, but necessary. According to the authors, these ideas and other faulty assumptions – nine, to be exact – actually cause disfunction and.
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leadership and its development will be dealt with at length in this book. This is, essentially, a “howand “why-to” -to” book on developing effective leaders within the organization.
Some other ways to develop leadership skills are to go to team building seminars, attend a strategic-leadership training program, or even hold a company retreat—but one of the easiest things you can do to get started down the right path is to read a book.
Below, CMOE has compiled a list of the 10 top leadership books to help teach your Author: CMOE Team. - Navy SEAL Creed Most great leaders have a passion for building and leading an elite team.
We expect to lead and be led. In the absence of orders I will take charge, lead my teammates Author: Brent Gleeson. Scope. In most cases, intensive problem-solving efforts ultimately have to spread across an entire enterprise.
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The best practices and conventional wisdom of effective teams are not sufficient to create a high-functioning team of C-level executives. The role and realities at the top create unique challenges. Here are 4 challenges that senior executive teams often face when they turn to CCL for help: 1.