Managing Diversity The Courage To Lead

Author by : Elsie Y. Cross
Languange : en
Publisher by : Greenwood Publishing Group
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Total Read : 81
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Description : Elsie Y. Cross draws on her own experiences as an African American woman to provide the practical assistance today's organizational leaders need. She demonstrates how oppression functions at the individual, group, and systems levels, and makes clear that if executives are to solve these problems in the workplace, they must confront their own emotional and psychological barriers first. Not a memoir but a knowledgeable, reasoned explication of a complex and complete system of organizational change, Cross' book is a major contribution to our understanding of gender and cultural problems, and a sign of hope that both can be solved.


The Courage To Lead

Author by : Louise Sterling
Languange : en
Publisher by : Juta and Company Ltd
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Total Read : 95
Total Download : 231
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Description : The introduction of outcomes-based education has necessitated a change in the leadership structures within schools. New education policies have been introduced that are intended to delegate far more authority and responsibility for leadership and management to school leaders than has been the case before. This book draws on the Teacher In-service Project’s experience of working with school leaders who have been engaged in the process of making the adjustment. It challenges school leaders to reflect critically on their own approaches to leadership. The book offers a learning process, rather than merely providing tips or describing facts. It is a companion text to The Learning School, as it offers a practical application of the theory and principles espoused in that text.


The Courage To Lead

Author by : R. Brian Stanfield
Languange : en
Publisher by : iUniverse
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Total Read : 57
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Description : To transform society, we first need to transform ourselves. The Courage to Lead starts from this premise and delivers a strong, simple message: if you relate authentically to life, to yourself, to the world and to society, you start the process of social change. Grounded in more than fifty years of in-depth research and practical experience in over thirty nations, The Courage to Lead uses a large canvas to paint a vivid picture of leadership in its many forms: personal, family, work, organization, community. Activist stories from around the world demonstrate the profound premise and inspires a deep understanding of leadership. This is a book that changes lives. These days, the complexity of life tends to leave us paralyzed. The Courage to Lead will help people move out of their paralysis and invite them to join the ranks of those social pioneers who create what is needed for the 21st century. This book speaks to you in a strange language that you do not at first remember but that you will eventually recognize as your mother tongue. David Patterson CEO, Northwater Capital Management The Courage to Lead provided me with a great deal of guidance and support at a time when I needed to make significant life decisions. It also provided me with a framework and a language to better understand who I am, where I needed to be and where I wanted to go. I recommend this course to anyone who is open to a transformative experience in which one brings many important life questions into focus. Garret Keown Teacher-in-Training, Lakehead University 325 University Health Network (UHN) staff have participated in The Courage to Lead study program over the last five years. The fundamental principles in the book align with our belief that "everyone can lead from where they stand." We think that leadership is not about a formal role or job title but about a philosophy, values and attitude in how one approaches life. This program has helped staff tap into the leader within themselves and, in doing so, has supported our mission to deliver excellent patient-centered care. Irene Wright Senior Development Manager, Human Resources, University Health Network


The Courage To Lead

Author by : Kristine Servais
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Total Read : 67
Total Download : 338
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Description : Written as a leadership guide for practicing and future leaders, this handbook will guide each reader through ten chapters that include frameworks, tools, and exercises to develop collaborative leadership.


The Courage To Lead

Author by : Howard Lee
Languange : en
Publisher by : John F Blair Pub
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Total Read : 28
Total Download : 105
File Size : 42,6 Mb
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Description : In THE COURAGE TO LEAD, Lee tells about his life growing up on a sharecropper's farm in Georgia during segregation. He tells about the hurdles he faced as well as the triumphs, and the people who helped him during his college and army days and his long and respected political career in North Carolina.


The Courage To Lead

Author by : Marsha Mansour
Languange : en
Publisher by : Redemption Press
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Total Read : 94
Total Download : 624
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Description : More often than not, anyone serving in the ministry struggles to know how to lead well and to encourage others. Armed with over twenty years of pastoral experience in seven different churches, Marsha Mansour, in The Courage to Lead, provides solid, principle-based leadership skills that will not only infuse leaders with great courage but also empower churches to walk in all that God has for them.


Courage To Lead

Author by : Charles E. Farrell
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Total Read : 68
Total Download : 757
File Size : 55,5 Mb
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Description : In management, sales, team building, parenting, or relationships, leadership will be the deciding factor for those who win. The inspiring novel is about a woman with extraordinary courage & vision & her attempt, in a strange twist of fate, to show a man how to become a leader. The most important aspects of leadership: credibility, caring, confrontation, responsibility, & trust are woven throughout a fascinating story with remarkable characters. Although written for adults, this book has been used in a major university business school class on organizational behavior & has gotten extremely high marks for being an easy & enjoyable way to learn the important basics of leadership. Some quotes: "Inspiring Advice"- Teresa Godwin Phelps, author of The Coach's Wife... "excellent allegory on courage and leadership"- L.J. Hulber, President & CEO, Day Timers Inc... "Farrell's imaginative novel offers a unique role model"-Rosabeth Moss Kanter, author of When Giants Learn To Dance... "a valuable lesson about transforming managers into leaders, & leaders into champions."- Mac Anderson, President & CEO, Successories,Inc. Printed by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor, MI. Falcon Books (1-800-932-8693) Fax (803-731-5651).


The Courage To Lead

Author by : James H. Harris
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Total Read : 10
Total Download : 874
File Size : 54,7 Mb
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Description : This book focuses on pastoral and lay leadership in the African American church. It deals with the internal and external issues such as the tendency toward a bifurcated mentality and practice such as the 'this is business' syndrome as well as the social issue of race and affirmative action. Ministers and laity in the black church must actively engage themselves in overcoming the inequities that are still endemic to life in urban America. Harris affirms that affirmative action policies are more important than ever in obtaining a degree of social justice.


The Courage To Lead Through Values

Author by : Liza-Maria Norlin
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Total Read : 58
Total Download : 717
File Size : 49,7 Mb
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Description : As society rapidly increases in complexity, we are in great need of sustainable leadership in accord with beliefs and values as we experience continuous changes. The Courage to Lead through Values: How Management by Values Supports Transformational Leadership, Culture, and Success is about having the courage to lead through the implementation of agreed-upon values. In addition, it's about the courage it takes to never cease doing this. However, it’s not enough to simply be aware of the importance of constantly working with values and ethics — effective leadership based on values and ethics means taking the time to actually do it. This book tackles this issue by providing you with clear examples of how to implement incorporating values and ethics in your everyday leadership. In business, you face challenges when you must choose between efficiency, analysis of results, and goals versus actively working on values and ethics. This book will argue that one doesn't need to compete with the other and it posits that one supports the other. As the world is rapidly growing in complexity and we are facing new challenges and expectations, we must find ways to achieve sustainable lives, businesses, and societies. The author strongly believes that values are the key. By using the methodology Management by Values (MBV), under the mentorship of its founder, Professor Simon L. Dolan, the book is well-anchored in research. Ten years ago, a new school was founded in a medium-sized town in Sweden -- Internationella Engelska Skolan Sundsvall. It started with a staff of 20 and 250 students. Today the staff has grown to 120 members with nearly 1100 students attending. In 2019, it was considered one of the best schools in Sweden. The principal, Pascal Brisson, in many ways epitomizes the school and its success. Through in-depth interviews with the principal and colleagues, previous staff, executives within the organization and students, the author amassed information to provide a factual and engaging story of the school’s journey from a leadership perspective. It becomes clear how implementing shared values and the principal’s courage to never stop actively working with values as a management tool is a recipe for the success of an organization. The book invites you into a conversation about leadership. It includes the author’s personal reflections on historical management methodology and on challenges of today. As you follow the ten-year journey of a successful leader in one of our society’s most complex organizations, a school, you do this in the light of Management by Values. Essentially, this book gives the reader concrete tools and examples of how to use values as a management tool. This is told through several different themes relevant to all organizations -- organizational culture, creating teams, inspiring motivation, and handling stress.


The Courage To Lead

Author by : Robert A. Floyd
Languange : en
Publisher by : F & F Pub
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 40
Total Download : 998
File Size : 41,5 Mb
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Description : Authentic leadership is the skill most needed in the majority of boards of directors of nonprofit organizations, trade associations, religious organizations, and churches. "The Courage to Lead" is a hands on, practical leadership guide for thousands of dedicated individuals who have been selected, elected, or have otherwise volunteered their time.