What you don't know about leadership, but probably should : applications to daily life / Jeffrey A. Kottler.
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- ISBN: 9780190620820
- ISBN: 019062082X
- Physical Description: x, 326 pages ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
- Copyright: ©2018
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages -301) and indexes.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Part I. The nature of group behavior at work and play. Leadership at work and play -- What most people don't seem to know and understand about leadership -- Facilitating connections and meaningful interactions -- Part II. How leaders try--and usually fail--to make a difference. Personal qualities of leaders: a few simple things that make all the difference -- Really, really bad leadership and what we learn from our mistakes -- It's not about the agenda, it's all about relationships -- Part III. Skills and interventions. Some neglected leadership skills and strategies -- The power of storytelling to inspire, influence, and persuade others -- Critical incidents that are often mishandled -- Part IV. Applications to daily life. Leadership within social, family, and community life -- Talking to larger groups without boring them to death -- It's not just about what you do, but who you are.
Leadership is not just for CEOs--we all find ourselves in leadership positions at one time or another, whether in meetings and classes or at social events and family gatherings. And yet, even though leadership is the single most studied aspect of all human behavior, there remains a scarcity of qualified leaders to step into critical positions. This deficit is laid bare in the gulf between what leaders are trained to do and how they actually act.
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