Stop Managing and Lead : Change Your Role, Change Your Results

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  • Copyright: 2009-02-17
  • Publisher: Adams Media Corp
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With the right training, anyone can lead. With the right tools, anyone can motivate and inspire their workforce. In this book, author David Rye presents the tools managers need to identify and understand the four types of employees: Power Players; Team Players; Diplomatic Players; and Party Players. Using a personality typing system based on the classic Myers-Briggs classifications, managers learn how to motivate and inspire their employees. They move beyond management to leadership - leading their teams to profitability and success.

Author Biography

David Rye is the president of Western publications and has had a long career of coaching and motivational teaching. He was the founder of Computech Company (later First Bank Services Corporation) and a director of IBM. Currently he is a consultant, teaching managers how to motivate and inspire their employees. He lives in Scottsdale, AZ.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. vii
Understanding Yourselfp. 1
Awakening the Leader in Youp. 3
Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Leader?p. 19
Getting to Know yourselfp. 29
Getting to Know the Four personality Typesp. 43
Developing an Empowered Personalityp. 71
Leading Othersp. 83
Turning On with Goalsp. 85
Building Powerful Relationshipsp. 101
Motivating Your Organizationp. 119
Controlling Confrontationsp. 139
Coaching Your Teamp. 161
Your Career as a Leaderp. 183
Persuading Your Peersp. 185
Influencing Your Bossp. 205
Inspiring Upper Managementp. 231
Conclusionp. 250
Appendix: Glossaryp. 251
Indexp. 262
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