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Rehumanizing Leadership

Author : Sudhanshu Palsule
ISBN : 9781911498841
Genre : Business & Economics
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The rehumanization of leadership has become one of the most pressing issues of our times. This book offers an antidote to the linear and fragmented leadership models that emerged out of the industrial age. The authors make a compelling case for purpose, empathy and caring to become the strategic driving forces for organizations in a disruptive and complex world. This book provides you with the simple tools and the mindset that you need to lead your organization into the 21st century.
Category: Business & Economics

Reinventing Masculinity

Author : Ed Adams
ISBN : 9781523088973
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 86.14 MB
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“A wonderful book for thinking about how to release ourselves from crippling processes. It's time for men—and for all of us—to stand up and say, ‘Give us back our full humanity, give us back our dignity.'” —Paul Gilbert, PhD, author of The Compassionate Mind In a recent FiveThirtyEight poll, 60 percent of men surveyed said society puts pressure on men to behave in a way that is unhealthy or bad. Men account for 80 percent of suicides in the United States, and three in ten American men have suffered from depression. Ed Adams and Ed Frauenheim say a big part of the problem is a model of masculinity that's become outmoded and even dangerous, to both men and women. The conventional notion of what it means to be a man—what Adams and Frauenheim call “Confined Masculinity”—traps men in an emotional straitjacket; steers them toward selfishness, misogyny, and violence; and severely limits their possibilities. As an antidote, they propose a new paradigm: Liberating Masculinity. It builds on traditional masculine roles like the protector and provider, expanding men's options to include caring, collaboration, emotional expressivity, an inclusive spirit, and environmental stewardship. Through hopeful stories of men who have freed themselves from the strictures of Confined Masculinity, interviews with both leaders and everyday men, and practical exercises, this book shows the power of a masculinity defined by what the authors call the five Cs: curiosity, courage, compassion, connection, and commitment. Men will discover a way of being that fosters healthy, harmonious relationships at home, at work, and in the world.
Category: Social Science

Re Humanizing Medicine

Author : David R. Kopacz
ISBN : 9781782790747
Genre : Medical
File Size : 55.71 MB
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What starts as personal dissatisfaction in the workplace can become personal transformation that changes clinical practice and ultimately changes the culture of medicine. Physicians and professionals train extensively to relieve suffering. Yet the systems they train and practice in create suffering for both themselves and their clients through the neglect of basic human needs. True healthcare reform requires addressing dehumanization in medicine by caring for the whole person of the professional and the patient. Re-humanizing Medicine provides a holistic framework to support human connection and the expression of full human being of doctors, professionals and patients. A clinician needs to be a whole person to treat a whole person, thus the work of transformation begins with clinicians. As professionals work to transform themselves, this will in turn transform their clinical practices and healthcare institutions.
Category: Medical

Achieving Successful Business Outcomes

Author : Alok K. Sinha
ISBN : 9781000041729
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 34.50 MB
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Achieving Successful Business Outcomes: Driving High Performance & Effective Transformations in a Continuously Evolving Business Environment (978-1-003-00939-9, 346640) "The missing manual for CXOs who want to understand the reasons their growth strategies are faltering and how to reinvigorate them." Steven Sonsino, London Business School, author of Leadership Unplugged and The Seven Failings of Really Useless Leaders "A valuable and important contribution to our future relevance toolkit!" Anton Musgrave, Futurist and Senior Partner, Future World International "A timely and compelling book that demystifies what it takes to drive change in a volatile and turbulent business environment." Sudhanshu Palsule, author of Rehumanizing Leadership, The Social Leader and Managing in Four Worlds "Not just a compendium of practical business lessons but also a new and powerful extendable model that can be used to evolve, evaluate and execute risk-calibrated business strategies. Piyush Sharma, School of Marketing, Faculty of Business and Law, Curtin University, Australia; Associate Editor, Marketing – Journal of Business Research; Regional Editor – Journal of Knowledge Management "The framework is very innovative and relevant in today’s highly competitive business environments. An important and valuable contribution to improving managerial and organizational effectiveness." Vinod Singhal, Charles W. Brady Chair, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology Navigating in space is exponentially more difficult than navigating on the road – because there are too many directions to investigate, too many unknowns to be prepared for and infinite pathways to chart in the galactic system. So it is with business. Business environments are extremely demanding and change continuously, precipitated by innumerable actors and conditions. Business success cannot be predicated on the pedigree of a leader or a prescribed theory alone, as start-ups have amply proven. Large companies have tried to copy nimble-footed start-ups while start-ups, after achieving a certain size, have been forced to adapt to unchartered territory. Disruptions seems to be the order of the day. This book is about achieving successful business outcomes. An aircraft has a complex dashboard of dials, where only a critical few need to be monitored continuously, and other subsets warrant attention only during specific phases of the flight. A well-modeled business can be managed successfully using a similar strategy. But the larger question is how to model a business, with closely correlated variables, to represent the reality of the environment and to allow for devising, formulating and adjusting business strategy and actions in real-time. The author uses a simple but well-researched STA-Triangle (space, time and action) model to achieve this purpose. The core of the STA model is to help navigate effectively in a rapidly changing business environment. Unlike traditional business studies that use a single lens to define business rules or organizational practices, it uses the combination of space, time and action as the driver of outcomes – something fundamental and core to human thinking across the ages. This book contains both theoretical and practical applications – the former helps propel further research and analysis and the latter helps practicing leaders confidently drive their firms forward in any environmental conditions. It will also help causal readers understand how the future is evolving and how different organizations are responding to this change. The author includes more than a hundred supporting examples and tools that help create highly incisive and unique views for calibrating strategy and execution.
Category: Business & Economics

Reconciling And Rehumanizing Indigenous Settler Relations

Author : Nadia Ferrara
ISBN : 9780739183441
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 62.43 MB
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Reconciling and Rehumanizing Indigenous–Settler Relations is a personal narrative of an applied anthropologist’s experience in working with indigenous peoples of Canada. Nadia Ferrara calls for all North Americans to engage in “restorying” their nation’s history by acknowledging the injustices that indigenous peoples have faced and continue to face.
Category: Social Science

Fables And The Art Of Leadership

Author : Ian I. Mitroff
ISBN : 9781137003096
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 69.15 MB
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Fred Rogers is one of the great icons of American culture and the values and philosophy for which he is famous have stood the test of time. Fables and the Art of Leadership brings those same values and philosophy to the workplace, where they're now needed more than ever. This unique and timely work is for everyone who aspires to become and be a better leader. Mister Rogers didn't expound abstract principles to help children face up to the problems they faced; instead, he created and told countless fables and stories. Ian and Donna Mitroff's book uses those fables to help managers master the most difficult challenges they face: achieving significant change; fostering creativity; curbing rudeness; promoting leadership, managing crises, and many more. It is their new interpretations for the workplace that will make Fables and the Art of Leadership a classic in business studies.
Category: Business & Economics

Rehumanizing The Workplace By Giving Everybody Their Brain Back

Author : Chuck Blakeman
ISBN : 1734486902
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The Factory System left us with a top-down way of doing business that centralized all decision-making, leaving everyone else just to perform tasks. In the emerging work world of the Participation Age, great companies are pushing decision-making out to those who have to carry out the decisions. This speeds up growth, increases productivity and profitability, and motivates people to stay with the company. Rehumanizing the Workplace shares the twelve tools of Distributed Decision-making that helps everyone across the entire organization lead, take ownership, make team-based decisions and build a successful organization, not for you, but with you.The 12 Tools of Distributed Decision-making are designed to move us away from a codependent vertical hierarchy to a horizontal network of teams making decisions where they will have to be carried out, eliminating the Management Tax, the Disengagement Tax, and the Restaffing Tax that is are a constant burden to most organizations.
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Rehumanizing Housing

Author : Necdet Teymur
ISBN : UOM:39015013436293
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 81.50 MB
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Category: Social Science

Crossing The Divide

Author : Todd L. Pittinsky
ISBN : 9781422152676
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 47.87 MB
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Bringing groups together is a central and unrelenting task of leadership. CEOs must nudge their executives to rise above divisional turf battles, mayors try to cope with gangs in conflict, and leaders of many countries face the realities of sectarian violence. Crossing the Divide introduces cutting-edge research and insight into these age-old problems. Edited by Todd Pittinsky of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, this collection of essays brings together two powerful scholarly disciplines: intergroup relations and leadership. What emerges is a new mandate for leaders to reassess what have been regarded as some very successful tactics for building group cohesion. Leaders can no longer just "rally the troops." Instead they must employ more positive means to span boundaries, affirm identity, cultivate trust, and collaborate productively. In this multidisciplinary volume, highly regarded business scholars, social psychologists, policy experts, and interfaith activists provide not only theoretical frameworks around these ideas, but practical tools and specific case studies as well. Examples from around the world and from every sector - corporate, political, and social - bring to life the art and practice of intergroup leadership in the twenty-first century.
Category: Business & Economics

Daring Greatly

Author : Brené Brown
ISBN : 9781101594995
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 31.9 MB
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The #1 New York Times bestseller. 1 million copies sold! Don’t miss the hourlong Netflix special Brené Brown: The Call to Courage! From thought leader Brené Brown, a transformative new vision for the way we lead, love, work, parent, and educate that teaches us the power of vulnerability. “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; . . . who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly.”—Theodore Roosevelt Every day we experience the uncertainty, risks, and emotional exposure that define what it means to be vulnerable or to dare greatly. Based on twelve years of pioneering research, Brené Brown PhD, LMSW, dispels the cultural myth that vulnerability is weakness and argues that it is, in truth, our most accurate measure of courage. Brown explains how vulnerability is both the core of difficult emotions like fear, grief, and disappointment, and the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, empathy, innovation, and creativity. She writes: “When we shut ourselves off from vulnerability, we distance ourselves from the experiences that bring purpose and meaning to our lives.” Daring Greatly is not about winning or losing. It’s about courage. In a world where “never enough” dominates and feeling afraid has become second nature, vulnerability is subversive. Uncomfortable. It’s even a little dangerous at times. And, without question, putting ourselves out there means there’s a far greater risk of getting criticized or feeling hurt. But when we step back and examine our lives, we will find that nothing is as uncomfortable, dangerous, and hurtful as standing on the outside of our lives looking in and wondering what it would be like if we had the courage to step into the arena—whether it’s a new relationship, an important meeting, the creative process, or a difficult family conversation. Daring Greatly is a practice and a powerful new vision for letting ourselves be seen.
Category: Self-Help

Rehumanizing The Workplace

Author : Rosie Ward
ISBN : 1950466132
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 70.66 MB
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This book highlights how successful companies are thriving by putting people first. It details five key principles essential for rehumanizing workplaces; a framework to help restore hope, well-being, and performance; and tangible actions anyone can take to show up as a leader and influence positive change.
Category: Business & Economics

Learning Leadership

Author : Abraham Zaleznik
ISBN : IND:30000039897339
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 58.77 MB
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The best way to learn to lead is to learn by doing. But the second best way is to learn from other people's mistakes. Learning Leadership gives you that opportunity -- the same one students at Harvard Business School have taken advantage of for years.
Category: Business & Economics

Proceedings

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ISBN : UCAL:B3978874
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Higher Education Reflects

Author : G. Kerry Smith
ISBN : STANFORD:36105000365705
Genre : Education, Higher
File Size : 73.43 MB
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Category: Education, Higher

Educational Leadership

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ISBN : UOM:39015036726589
Genre : Curriculum enrichment
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Category: Curriculum enrichment