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Credibility: How Leaders Gain and Lose It, Why People Demand It

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2014

    Recommended

    If you have ever asked the question "Why do I trust my ______?" This book is sure to help you understand why you do. It is a great book that not only helps you understand those above you in the hierarchy of you organization, but also yourself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2004

    A Good Read!

    James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner use detailed research to show how leaders can achieve credibility. This book tells what caring leaders should do. If you are a leader, heed it. If you are managed ¿ and not managing ¿ don¿t assume that your leaders care as much as those shown here. You will be ill-prepared for harsh reality. As a leader, you should know that the global marketplace has changed greatly. Now, shareholders jettison stocks if earnings fall below expectations. Executives slash U.S. jobs and export the remaining jobs to India and China. This is an age of multi-billion-dollar paychecks for chief executive officers, but psychological insecurity for workers. In this turmoil, it¿s great to read what good leaders should do. The book is practical with a solid psychological grounding. Bottom line from us: these researchers are nice guys, writing for similarly nice guys. But not every leader is a nice guy. So trust, but verify. Or lead, and be nice.

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