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Leadership development continues to be a top concern for most organizations. The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Leadership Development has arrived! This year, four editors have brought together some of the best minds in the leadership world to reflect on four distinct topics: Leading in a Global World, Convergence and Collaboration, Customer/Consumer Centricity, and Risk and Innovation.
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Overview

Leadership development continues to be a top concern for most organizations. The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Leadership Development has arrived! This year, four editors have brought together some of the best minds in the leadership world to reflect on four distinct topics: Leading in a Global World, Convergence and Collaboration, Customer/Consumer Centricity, and Risk and Innovation.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470499023
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/19/2010
  • Series: J-B Pfeiffer Annual Vol1 Series , #47
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

David Dotlich is a senior partner with Pivot Leadership, Inc., a consortium of senior business advisers who provide executive learning around issues of growth, wellness, sustainability, and globalization.?Peter Cairo and Stephen Rhinesmith are senior partners with Oliver Wyman Leadership Development, a firm that accelerates the development of great leadership as a source of strategic advantage, working collaboratively with clients based on their strategy, culture, and values, across every organizational level, from the executive team to the front

line. Ron Meeks is an independent consultant, who utilizes his business-based diagnostic skills, combined with an ability to facilitate intensive and provocative forums to drive targeted leadership learning.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xi

Introduction to The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Leadership Development: Leadership Development for the New Economy xiii

Section 1 Introduction to Growing in Uncertain Times: Creating Sustainable Growth in 2010 and Beyond

Leading Growth in Difficult Times

Of Dragons, Caves, and Rock Stars: The New Reality of Leadership Development Linda Clark-Santos 10

Fire Yourself, Then Rehire Yourself: Transforming a 120-Year-Young Company Lucien Alziari 19

Five Critical Leadership Competencies for Leaders of the Future Marshall Goldsmith 29

Building Leadership Brand Equity? in Uncertain Times Virginia McLaughlin Christina Mott 35

Leading Growth in Emerging Markets

Leadership and Growth for China Xin Guo 45

Leadership in China: Challenges and Practice Donny H. Huang 59

Leadership Development in Asia: All Style and Little Substance? Rajan Srikanth 72

Global Managers Made in India: World Class? Natarajan Sundar 77

What Does It Take to Develop Leaders for Growth?

A Vision for Democratizing Leadership Development Lyndon J. Rego David G. Altman Steadman D. Harrison III 87

A Leader for Tough Times Elizabeth Mellon Maurice Duffy 96

Fast Times, Fast Development? Coping with the Challenge of Accelerated Leadership Development Konstantin Korotov Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries 107

Section 2 Introduction to Creating Engaged Employees: An Organizational Imperative in Uncertain Times

What Is Employee Engagement?

Engagement from the Inside Out Kevin Cashman 129

Organizational Self-Awareness and Authentic Engagement: The Modern Quest for the Holy Grail Allan H. Church Janine Waclawski 148

How Does a Leader Build a Culture of Engagement?

The Engagement Imperative: What Must Senior Leaders Do to Cause High-Performance Engagement? Mickey Connolly 162

Cultivating Insight: How to Have Meaningful Dialogues That Move People to Action Margareta Barchan 173

Evolving Your Leadership Culture Charles J. Palus John B. McGuire Gary B. Rhodes 185

A "Markets of One" Approach to Employee Engagement Kevin D. Wilde Cheryl Bethune 196

Develop Leadership Trust to Navigate Change and Uncertainty Dennis S. Reina Michelle L. Reina 205

The Power of "Small Leadership" Chatham Sullivan Thomas N. Gilmore Rebecca Blum 220

The Biggest Delusion of Leadership: And the Key to Genuine Engagement Ginny Whitelaw 233

Engagement Through the Startup Lens: What Large System Leaders Can Learn from Entrepreneurs John Bradberry 245

Leadership in Complex Times Carolyn Hendrickson 254

How Do You Leverage Employee Engagement?

How Effective Leaders Engage Others: The Leadership Code and VOI2C2E Dave Ulrich Norm Smallwood Kate Sweetman 268

It's Time for Managers to Become Leaders: Change Management and the Growing Leadership Deficit Bob Matha Macy Boehm 277

How Do You Engage and Develop Leaders?

Engaging Tomorrow's Leaders: How to Effectively Prepare Emerging Leadership Talent Ron A. Carucci 287

Ensuring Successful Transitions for Executive Leaders Jay A. Conger Brian Fishel 306

The Paradox of Developing Leaders Steve Mostyn 318

Engaging Leaders in Reframing Organization Culture Change Discussions Deborrah Himsel 327

Leadership Development That Works Richard E. Boyatzis 334

Conclusion: Starting over: Leading for Growth and Engagement in the Post-Boom Era 349

Contributors 357

About the Editors 362

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