The authors argue that leaders don’t become great by aspiring to a list of universal character traits. Rather, effective leaders are authentic: they deploy individual strengths to engage followers’ hearts, minds, and souls.
Servant Leadership--helps leaders find their true power and moral authority to lead.'helps those served become healthier, wiser, freer, and more autonomous.'encourages collaboration, trust, listening, and empowerment.'offers long-lasting change, not a temporary fix.
The key to dealing with the challenges that face us today is the recognition of a principle-centered core within both ourselves and our organizations. Dr. Covey offers insights and guidelines that can help you apply these principles both at work and at home.
Drawing on his groundbreaking work on intelligence and creativity, Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner, developer of the theory of Multiple Intelligences, offers fascinating revelations about the mind of the leader and his or her followers.
This is a collection of John Kotter's essays, based on his research and consulting experiences of more than 30 years. Readers will learn the distinction between leading and managing, how to use power and influence in their organizations, and how to lead a change effort.