The AMA Handbook of Leadership features insights from best-of-the-best thought leaders and executive leadership coaches on topics from talent development, the arts and leadership, and competitive advantage through leadership, to leading across cultures, sustainability, executive transition, and many more timeless (and timely) issues. Filled with powerful examples and full case studies, the book includes previously unpublished articles from: Frances Hesselbein ac R. Roosevelt Thomas, Jr. ac Dave Ulrich ac John (Jack) Zenger ac Nancy J. Adler ac John Baldoni ac Judith M. Bardwick ac Marshall Goldsmith ac James F. Bolt ac Marc Effron ac Joe Folkman ac Colin Gautrey ac Paul Hersey ac Maya Hu-Chan ac Wendy Johnson ac Beverly Kaye ac Paula Kruger ac Laurence S. Lyons ac D. Quinn Mills ac Howard Morgan ac Luke Novelli, Jr. ac Miriam Ort ac Gary Ranker ac Robert H. Rosen ac Norm Smallwood ac Andrew Sobel ac Fons Trompenaars ac Albert A. Vicere ac Peter Woolliams ac and Patricia Wheeler In a challenging business climate, enterprises look to their leaders. Some situations call for drastic change, while others require the fortitude to stay the course. Who better to help todayas business leaders than the greatest leadership thinkers of our time?The safest (and maybe smartest) thing is to hunker down and make your numbers while you figure out what all this ... with the things they ultimately measure and reward, shapes employee thinking and behavior across the organization. In effect, they shape what I call aorganizational DNA.a Just as human DNA contains the complete set of instructions for making a person, organizational DNA contains theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The AMA Handbook of Leadership|
|Author||:||Marshall GOLDSMITH, John BALDONI, Sarah McArthur|
|Publisher||:||AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn - 2010-01-13|