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Business Leadership contains the best thinking from the biggest names in leadership on a wide range of subjects including ethics, dealing with change, vision setting, the heroic journey, the practices of leadership, and the work of leadership. With an introduction by James M. Kouzes- coauthor of the million-copy best-seller The Leadership Challenge- the author list of this invaluable resource reads like the who's who of business leadership. This extraordinary collection features chapters from Joseph L. Badaracco Jr., Warren Bennis, Kenneth H. Blanchard, Lee G. Bolman, Larry Bossidy, Richard Boyatzis, Susan Mitchell Bridges, William Bridges, Marcus Buckingham, Ram Charan, Joanne B. Ciulla, Donald O. Clifton, James C. Collins, Terrence E. Deal, Max De Pree, Stephen Drotter, Peter F. Drucker, Daniel Goleman, Robert K. Greenleaf, Victoria A. Guthrie, Gary Hamel, David A. Heenan, Ronald A. Heifetz, Paul Hersey, Frances Hesselbein, John P. Kotter, James M. Kouzes, Donald L. Laurie, Morgan W. McCall Jr., Annie McKee, Burt Nanus, James Noel, James O'Toole, Jerry I. Porras, Barry Z. Posner, Robert E. Quinn, Edgar H. Schein, Gretchen M. Spreitzer, Noel M. Tichy, Ellen Van Velsor, and Margaret J. Wheatley.
This volume is compiled by the Jossey-Bass Business Management Series, which is the premier publisher of leadership books for the business audience.
Table of Contents
|What Is Leadership?||p. 1|
|Why Are Leaders Important?||p. 4|
|What Leaders Really Do||p. 29|
|Primal Leadership||p. 44|
|The "How to Be" Leader||p. 60|
|What Is Leadership?||p. 65|
|The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership||p. 72|
|Reframing Leadership||p. 86|
|Situational Leadership||p. 111|
|The Servant as Leader||p. 117|
|The Case for Co-Leaders||p. 137|
|Becoming a Leader||p. 161|
|The Heroic Journey||p. 163|
|Six Leadership Passages||p. 171|
|The Derailment Conspiracy||p. 189|
|The Traces of Talent||p. 213|
|Enhancing the Ability to Learn from Experience||p. 223|
|Developing Character||p. 249|
|Leadership Is a Relationship||p. 251|
|Honest Work||p. 268|
|Why Amoral Leadership Doesn't Work||p. 279|
|The Discipline of Building Character||p. 307|
|Reframing Ethics and Spirit||p. 330|
|Forming the Vision||p. 349|
|Where Tomorrow Begins: Finding the Right Vision||p. 351|
|What Is Our Mission?||p. 369|
|Clock Building, Not Time Telling||p. 373|
|Be Your Own Seer||p. 404|
|Making It Happen||p. 435|
|The Learning Leader as Culture Manager||p. 437|
|Five Disciplines for Unleashing the Power in Your Workforce||p. 461|
|The Gap Nobody Knows||p. 474|
|Change: The Capacity of Life||p. 496|
|The Fear of Change and Why Risk Is Necessary||p. 518|
|Leading Transition||p. 530|
|The Work of Leadership||p. 543|
|Name Index||p. 589|
|Subject Index||p. 595|
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