Becoming an Effective Leader: The Result-Driven Manager Series [NOOK Book]

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Identifying the personal characteristics and behaviors of effective mentors is important in the development of human assets. This chapter not only offers tips on how mentors should conduct themselves, but also serves as a tool to teach those interested in expanding their careers at work. In addition, the chapter explains how to be an effective protege and why this is important. This chapter is excerpted from Harvard Business Essentials: ...
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Becoming an Effective Leader: The Result-Driven Manager Series

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Overview

Identifying the personal characteristics and behaviors of effective mentors is important in the development of human assets. This chapter not only offers tips on how mentors should conduct themselves, but also serves as a tool to teach those interested in expanding their careers at work. In addition, the chapter explains how to be an effective protege and why this is important. This chapter is excerpted from Harvard Business Essentials: Coaching and Mentoring.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781422106150
  • Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press
  • Publication date: 8/10/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 1
  • File size: 168 KB

Table of Contents

What you can learn from Jack Welch 21
The work of a modern leader : an interview with Ron Heifetz 33
Why authority still matters 45
Lead and manage your organization with the balanced scorecard 51
No time for happy talk 67
Power : how its meaning in corporate life is changing 73
What should a leader be? 84
The call for authentic leadership with Bill George 95
In praise of pragmatic leadership 99
10 myths about post-heroic leadership - and why they're wrong 108
Debriefing Linda A. Hill : accelerating the new manager's start 123
Pulling yourself up through the ranks 131
Taking charge fast 139
Succeeding Ms. (Mr.) Wonderful 147
Three skills for today's leaders 157
What leaders allow themselves to know 164
The perils of being the best and the brightest 174
Language : Churchill's key to leadership 185
Three keys to leadership communication today 195
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