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High Performance Leadership

Author : Philip Robert Harris
ISBN : 9780874259636
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Developing High Performance Leadership Teams

Author : Lynda McDermott
ISBN : 9781562869595
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 20.81 MB
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Today’s work challenges often demand the best and brightest to come together, each one offering expertise in her special niche. However, when “leaders of leaders” come together to form a leadership team, challenges often arise. Leaders are used to having the final say, and are often unaccustomed to the collaborative, team-oriented relationships required of leadership teams. In this TD at Work, you will: • Define what leadership teams do. • Determine whether or not you have the right leadership structure. • Discover the challenges and benefits of leadership teams. • Learn how to launch a new leadership team. • Determine how to measure the success of a leadership team.
Category: Business & Economics

The Leader S Supplement

Author : Emmanuel Goshen
ISBN : 9781783016884
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.88 MB
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The leader’s supplement is a professional guide which enables leaders and managers to equip themselves with right and prefect knowledge of effective performance. The book simplifies the basic parameters required to make strategic planning and execution a reality such as the need for high performance leadership, the required parameter for building, maintain and encouraging a high performance working environment within an organisation. Readers would discover more in the utilization of their straight for the benefit of their team and organisation.
Category: Business & Economics

High Performance Work Organizations

Author : Bradley Lane Kirkman
ISBN : 1882197461
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 48.92 MB
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Organizations often channel workflow around key business processes in order to enhance their productivity. Those that succeed are referred to as high-performance work organizations (HIPOs). Yet, little is known about the systems that drive high performance or even what defines a HIPO. This book, for both practicing managers and scholars, addresses that knowledge gap. It provides the field's and the authors' definitions of HIPOs, and it contains 168 annotations of recent and informative journal articles, books, and book chapters by those who have studied and worked withsuch organizations.
Category: Business & Economics

Top Performance Leadership

Author : Graham Jones
ISBN : 9781845285746
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 89.6 MB
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This book challenges conventional leadership thinking and practices and will make a real difference to how you lead. · Deliver top performance which is sustainable · Create an environment where your people can thrive · Transform teams into top performance teams · Understand the motives that drive top performance leaders · Develop the knowhow that underpins top performance leadership The book draws on the vast experience and research of its author, Graham Jones, as well as an Editorial Team of senior leaders from business, the third sector, medicine, sport and military. Whether you are new to the role or have a wealth of experience as a leader, the book will challenge and help your thinking and further development.
Category: Business & Economics

Driving Leaders

Author : Chris Cappy
ISBN : 0986433608
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The world of business makes generous use of metaphors drawn from the auto industry--as in "driving for results," "leading in the fast lane," "looking under the organization's hood," and "leaving the competition in the dust." But this timely, highly readable handbook goes a big step further. Author Chris Cappy, a veteran management consultant and self-professed "car guy," along with Scott Good, a serial entrepreneur and national championship-winning racing driver, contend that driving is much more than just a metaphor. Together, they demonstrate that the principles of top-level automobile racing can teach us a great deal not only about leadership, but also about life. In this book, they literally put us in the driver's seat and show us how it's done. Endurance racing at the highest levels is a sophisticated team sport, not just an isolated act of derring-do. It takes vision, planning, training, and exquisite execution by many people over a long period of time. Sound familiar? If you're a business executive, it should. High-performance leading, like racing, is emphatically a team endeavor. The authors' passion for their subject leaps out from every page, and it's catching. So are the keen insights derived from the racetrack--insights used to demonstrate how to leverage and apply important skills and principles in our professional and personal lives. After all, today's business environment is nothing if not fast and furious. There's danger around every curve; if we can't learn how to see around that curve before we get there, to anticipate quickly how to respond, and then to guide ourselves and our organizations around them safely, we'll spin out of control. Isn't that what today's leadership is all about--recognizing with a clear eye the uncertainty and volatility all around us, and then coaching teams of highly-trained people to navigate through successfully? Yes, but how--how do leaders teach, align and motivate their employees to maximize business results? To answer those questions, "The Driving Leader's Handbook" escorts us into the high-pressure world of motorsports and then deftly pulls back to offer cogent advice. It guides us step-by-step through the process that leads a professional driver--or an executive--to a level of performance not previously thought possible. It's a feeling (yes, feelings and instinct in this realm trump pure knowledge) of calm focus--that relaxed state amidst chaos and confusion that nimbly guides a sports car, or an executive team, through extreme adversity. "The Driving Leader's Handbook" blends the lessons learned from the racetrack with vast experience gained while working with senior executives of some of the world's largest corporations around organizational change. Leading change is the most daunting challenge today's leaders face, but face it they must: There's no alternative. Leadership and change have become synonymous. Drawing from the example of legendary racing team owners like Roger Penske, Chris and Scott show how to build a business case for change by involving employees and wider stakeholders in the process at every level. For the leader, it requires a level of passion, commitment and relentless focus on results.