The Inner Warrior: Developing the Courage for Personal and Organisational Change [NOOK Book]

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In every organization there are barriers that prevent people from contributing to the full and these often result in individuals feeling marginalized. This book argues that there is an inner warrior in every person that needs courage to change and express themselves and perform to full potential. The author uses a powerful model of the six C's—Concepts, Collaborate, Compassion, Consensus, Conflict, and Courage—to show how organizations and ...

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The Inner Warrior: Developing the Courage for Personal and Organisational Change

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Overview

In every organization there are barriers that prevent people from contributing to the full and these often result in individuals feeling marginalized. This book argues that there is an inner warrior in every person that needs courage to change and express themselves and perform to full potential. The author uses a powerful model of the six C's—Concepts, Collaborate, Compassion, Consensus, Conflict, and Courage—to show how organizations and individuals can achieve this.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230570559
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 8/26/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Beverley Stone is a Business Psychologist and Managing Director of Group Dynamics International Ltd. She is an Associate Consultant at the London Business School's Career Management Centre coaching MBA's, Sloan's and Executive MBA's and a Visiting Lecturer at London Metropolitan University.

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Table of Contents

Pt. I The problem unveiled 1
1 The inner warrior 3
2 The Gulliver effect 19
3 Developing individuals : the six Cs 30
4 Current change remedies 39
5 On becoming a warrior 47
6 Compassionate leadership 55
Pt. II The solution 69
7 Conflict 71
8 Concepts 83
9 Collaboration 98
10 Consensus 107
11 Compassion 118
12 Courage 131
13 Embedding courage awareness 142
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