Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 225
Weight: 494 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 20 mm
"A wonderful addition to teaching OB!" - Ian I Mitroff, University Professor, Marshall Goldsmith School of Management, Co-Author, Dirty Rotten Strategies andA Spiritual Audit of Corporate America"OB practitioners rejoice! Finally a well researched practical hand book for bringing about real personal change in an organizational context. " - Richard Barrett,Author ofBuilding a Values-Driven Organization, Founder and Chairman of the Barrett Values Centre"The workplace analogue of mindless consumerism is mindless employees, sadly often guided by mindless managers. From primary and secondary school, through college and professional education, the unasked questions are about one s personal purpose and how each of us might truly contribute. Yet few things matter more to contributing as a leader in any setting. Few know that the root of the word charismatic is a term from the church, charisms, meaning one s gifts. To develop charisma is to develop one s gifts.In the Confucian tradition, it is said that to become a leader you must first become a human being. This hands-on workbook will help anyone truly serious about becoming the person, and the leader, they might uniquely become." - Peter Senge, Founding Chair, SoL (Society for Organizational Learning) and Senior Lecturer, MIT
"Fulfillment, achievement, excellence - these watchwords of the 21st century are attainable. Learn to build them into your organization s foundation and change the way business is done in your workplace! Times of change and upheaval create opportunities for growth. Managing the 21st Century explores just how to grab onto those opportunities and make a grand future for ourselves, our people, and our teams!" - Marshall Goldsmith, Author of MOJO and What Got You Here Won t Get You There
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