Charles already is burned out from the challenge and many difficulties that accompany his position as a chimp executive officer when Cliff, his chimp information officer, starts swinging at the top of the conference room vine during a staff meeting. In that moment, Charles knows he has lost control. After yet another draining meeting, frustrations and insecurities about his leadership style and responsibilities lead Charles to wander off and eventually end up in North Forest. After he is welcomed by both the gorilla community and Gregory, their wise silverback leader, Charles begins observing, re?ecting, and learning not only from the gorillas, but also from the events taking place around him. While discovering how to lead more deliberately, demonstrate accountability, and ask the right questions, Charles encounters a branch chief, pumps wood at the fitness center, and learns how a neighboring tribe of elephants managed to partner with the gorilla community. Leading in the Jungle shares the amusing and insightful fable of a chimpas lofty quest to lead like a gorilla as he embarks on an unforgettable journey through a forest filled with powerful leadership lessons.1 Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee, ResonantLeadership:Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others Through ... Charles P. Garcia, Leadership Lessons of the White House Fellows: Learn How to Inspire Others, Achieve Greatness, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leading in the Jungle|
|Author||:||Joseph L. Garcia|
|Publisher||:||Abbott Press - 2014-07-03|