This practical resource provides an introduction to interpersonal skills theories which are reinforced through experiential activities. Coverage focuses on the development of the basic interpersonal skills necessary to become a successful leader. Addresses such topics as: skills in journaling; methods for less stressful and more rewarding lifestyles; active learning; critical-thinking skills; service learning; communicating online; active listening; nonverbal communication; perception; self-concept and self-esteem; time management; and cross-cultural communication. For use as a guide for servant leadership professionals.Henry Ford was one of Americaa#39;s most successful entrepreneurs. He is often called the genius of mass production; however, some of his early Model Ts were not dependable. Early in this century many new car owners, stuck in muddy ruts, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Interpersonal Skills for Leadership|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2004-03-01|