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Leadership Divided

Author : Ron A. Carucci
ISBN : 0787987301
Genre : Business & Economics
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How senior leaders can re-connect to the emerging leaders hidden in their organizations A sea change has taken place throughout the culture of leadership; today’s emerging leaders are "opting out" of the same positions their predecessors coveted in years past. But many senior managers trained in traditional leadership still hang onto outdated approaches of command and control despite how much they’ve heard about "empowerment" and inclusion. At the core of this book is the fictional suspense story of Brookreme Corporation, whose leaders are challenged to chart a course to a global future, navigating relational land mines along the way. With both story telling and hard research, Leadership Divided reconnects generations and instructs both senior and emerging leaders on how the relationships of the future will be the path to revolutionary performance. Ron A. Carucci (Seattle, WA) is a founding partner with Passages Consulting, LLC, where he works with CEOs and senior executives in pursuit of profound organizational change and executive leadership capability. He is Graduate Professor of Leadership at Mars Hill Graduate School in Seattle. He is also faculty member at Fordham University, serving as Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, and has served as an adjunct at the Center for Creative Leadership. His clients have included Edward Jones Investments, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Amgen, McDonald’s, PepsiCo, Gates Corporation, Accenture, and many others.

Bridging The Leadership Divide

Author : Ron A. Carucci
ISBN : 9780470523100
Genre : Business & Economics
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enable incumbent and emerging leaders to thrive together Today, generational differences are impacting the workplace to an unprecedented degree. The ability to build bridges between leaders of generational differences has never been more essential. The Bridging the Leadership Divide Facilitator's Guide provides a well informed, engaging, and safe program in which leaders can explore both the difficult and the inspiring questions of how to work effectively with multi-generational leadership relationships in the organization. This workshop will help facilitators: Connect leaders of different generations by helping them understand patterns of relationship that help or hinder connection Explore patterns within the participants' own organization that may enable or prevent cross-generational relationships from thriving Increase leaders' awareness of their own biases, limitations, and orientation to connecting with others of different generations This comprehensive package includes the Facilitator's Guide, with several case studies, interactive lecturettes, and group exercises. The package also includes an Incumbent Leader's Self-Assessment, an Emerging Leader's Self-Assessment, a sample Participant Workbook, a complete set of PowerPoint slides, and a flash drive containing an electronic copy of the workshop materials. "Full of insightful and practical tools and ideas that will empower the HR community to reconnect generations in their own organizations."—Charlene Binder, Senior Vice President, Chief People Officer, The Hershey Company "A powerful, timely toolkit [that] provides the clear path toward achieving the otherwise impossible."—Chris Deaver, Co-Founder of GenNext, Employee Resource Group. Dell, Inc. and Co-Founder, International Mentoring Network Organization includes flash drive With Slide Deck and Electronic Facilitator's Guide

Bridging The Leadership Divide Participant Workbook

Author : Ron A. Carucci
ISBN : 9780470523117
Genre : Business & Economics
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This workshop will invite leaders of multiple generations to practical conversations that help remove the inherent barriers to productive relationships between incumbent and emerging leaders. While there is much information available on generational demographics, the focus of this program is on the relational aspects of generational dynamics. Based on research within organizations, Carucci and colleagues have identified six patterns that distinguish distressed relationships from powerful relationships between incumbent leaders and emerging leaders. The patterns are indicated as: rank, meaningful conversation, inclusion and engagement, dreaming, generosity, and gratitude. The workshop will explain and assess these patterns as well as explore how these patterns promote or hinder cross-generational relationships. The workshop includes case studies, role plays, journaling exercises, and action planning tools. This accompanying participant workbook will include case studies, self-reflection exercises, and strategies for a follow-up development plan.

Leading For Change

Author : Jonathan Jansen
ISBN : 9781317495161
Genre : Education
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This book offers new theoretical ground for thinking about, and transforming, leadership and higher education worldwide. Through an examination of the construct of intimacy and ‘nearness’, including emotional, spiritual, psychic, intellectual, and physical closeness, Jonathan Jansen demonstrates its power to influence positive leadership in young people. He argues that sensory leadership, which includes but extends beyond the power of touch, represents a fresh and effective approach to progressive transformation of long divided institutions. Considering richly textured narratives, chapters explore complex intimacies among Black and White university students in South Africa, post-apartheid and in the aftermath of a major racial atrocity. The stories reveal the students’ transformation in the process of ‘leadership for change’, interweaving concepts of racism, human relationships and intimacy, and in turn expanding the knowledge base of social and institutional improvement. This book explores how, when different kinds of nearness come together in leadership change, young people respond in ways that would not be possible through conventional instruments such as policy, legislation and the appeal to moral sensibilities alone. Leading for Change will be critical reading for academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of education, educational justice, higher education, educational leadership and change, social and/or racial justice. This book will also be of interest to those working in the fields of anthropology, social psychology, and South African contemporary politics, policy and institutional practices.

The Oxford Handbook Of Leadership

Author : Michael G. Rumsey
ISBN : 9780195398793
Genre : Medical
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This book both acknowledges the complexity emerging from the three main components of leadership--the leader, the led, and the environment--while providing a sound, foundational structure in which the complexity of this area of study can be better understood.

Extreme Leadership

Author : Cristina M. Giannantonio
ISBN : 9781781002124
Genre : Business & Economics
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This groundbreaking volume features expert contributions from across the globe by both management scholars and business leaders. Divided into three main parts _ Extreme Expedition Leaders, Extreme Work Teams and Extreme Individual Leaders _ the book ex

Divided Conversations

Author : Kristin G. Esterberg
ISBN : 9780826518989
Genre : Education
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Through their interviews with faculty and administrators (from department chairs and deans to provosts and presidents) from a sample of eight public universities in the Northeast and their own experiences in both worlds, the authors provide a unique window into the life experiences and identities of those who struggle to make universities work. The book examines the culture of academic institutions and attempts to understand why change in public higher education is so difficult to accomplish. Many faculty believe that one of their own who becomes an administrator has gone over to "the dark side." One provost recalled going for a beer with a faculty colleague and hearing the colleague complain about the latest memo "from the administration." He had to remind his friend of many years that he was the author of the offending document. Now he was "the administration." He realized that former colleagues now appeared in his office wearing suits and ties and referring to him by his title rather than his first name. The disciplines serve as the tribes into which individual scholars are organized; the discipline is where a faculty member finds his community and identity. Administrators, on the other hand, identify with each other in trying to get the tribes to work together. Though most administrators came from the faculty ranks, their career paths take a different shape, especially in terms of mobility to another institution. It's not surprising that the two groups talk past each other. A chapter is devoted to chairs of departments, who occupy an interesting middle ground. To their faculty, they can come across as a nurturing parent or a petty bureaucrat. The authors recommend training for chairs and administrative internships offered by the American Council on Education and other organizations. The men and women on the campuses of the public universities described in the book make clear the challenges that universities face in terms of budgets, legislative politics, collective bargaining, rankings, and control of academic programs. If public institutions are truly to serve a public purpose, faculty and administrators must find ways to engage each other in shared conversation and management and find ways of engaging the university with the community.

The Man Who Divided India

Author : Rafiq Zakaria
ISBN : 8179911454
Genre : India
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Leadership Stories From Tomorrow

Author : Thomas R. Ryan
ISBN : 9781615792719
Genre : Religion
File Size : 59. 43 MB
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How do I prepare tomorrow's leaders for the challenges of leadership? Everywhere you turn, the "leadership" question is being asked with ever-greater manic energy: Where will they come from? How do we reach this generation? I'm out of ideas on how to develop them any faster...what should I do? Here's an approach you might consider... Listen to them. Leadership Stories from Tomorrow offers you a rare, one-of-a-kind glimpse into the minds and hearts of emerging leaders that have long eluded you. Their ideas, frustrations, beliefs, desires, resentments, and aspirations fills the pages of this book, and you're given the raw, unfiltered perspectives of tomorrow's leaders. In this foray into the inner sanctums of where emerging leaders reside, you will have a direct encounter with the provocative, edgy, and beautiful leadership postures of the generation of leaders waiting in the wings to take their place in the world. They will tell you most of what you need to know in order to gain their trust, train their minds, mentor their experience, challenge their assumptions, shape their viewpoints, and honor their hopes and anxieties, their theologies and desires. Once you read this book, your views on leadership will never be the same. And you will realize that the question "Are they ready?" isn't nearly as vital as the more fundamental question... Are you ready? Thomas Ryan earned his Master's of Divinity from Mars Hill Graduate School (Seattle, WA). He lives with his wife in a suburb of Seattle, and in his spare time enjoys writing, reading, and practicing yoga. Ron Carucci is a managing partner of Passages Consulting, specializing in organizational transformation and leadership development. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including Leadership Divided and Future In-Formation.

Taking The Initiative

Author : John Burkhardt Bader
ISBN : WISC:89091323410
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