Leadership Without Easy Answers, Volumen465

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Harvard University Press, 1994 - 348 páginas
Drawing on a dozen years of research among managers, officers, and politicians in the public realm and the private sector, among the nonprofits, and in teaching, Heifetz presents clear, concrete prescriptions for anyone who needs to take the lead in almost any situation, under almost any organizational conditions, no matter who is in charge.
 

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Crítica de los usuarios  - dasam - LibraryThing

The single most important book on leadership for formal or informal leaders to read and reread. The same is true for followers. Every time I dip back in, I find it ever more relevant both to my own role and responsibilities and to the political scene. Leer comentario completo

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Crítica de los usuarios  - KeithMerron - LibraryThing

Ronald Heifetz is a wonderfully deep thinker in the area of leadership and has a number of books out on the topic. This was his breakthrough book. In it, he presents a new theory of leadership for ... Leer comentario completo

Contenido

Values in Leadership
15
To Lead or Mislead?
30
The Roots of Authority
51
Leading With Authority
69
Mobilizing Adaptive Work
71
Applying Power
103
On a Razors Edge
127
Falling Off the Edge
152
Creative Deviance on the Frontline
185
Modulating the Provocation
209
Staying Alive
235
Assassination
237
The Personal Challenge
252
Notes
281
Acknowledgments
331
Index
335

Leading Without Authority
183

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Acerca del autor (1994)

Ronald A. Heifetz is King Hussein bin Talal Senior Lecturer in Public Leadership and Founder of the Center for Public Leadership at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

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