The Missing Piece In Leadership

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Bring Common Sense Back to Common Practice. The Missing Piece in Leadership brings common sense back to leadership in a simple and straightforwrd way that unlocks and releases tremendous untapped potential in your people. If you could greatly enhance your ability to solve even your biggest problems before you finish reading The Missing Piece in Leadership, what would be the personal benefits? The Missing Piece in Leadership is written for leaders who are doing their best at what they've been taught and still ...

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Overview

Bring Common Sense Back to Common Practice. The Missing Piece in Leadership brings common sense back to leadership in a simple and straightforwrd way that unlocks and releases tremendous untapped potential in your people. If you could greatly enhance your ability to solve even your biggest problems before you finish reading The Missing Piece in Leadership, what would be the personal benefits? The Missing Piece in Leadership is written for leaders who are doing their best at what they've been taught and still struggling with the results they're not getting. The Missing Piece in Leadership is not just another book about leadership. It provides a path for discovering and bringing out your own unique leadership competencies and qualities essential to sustain high-performance. The Missing Piece in Leadership's intention is simple and direct-to creat the transformation in the thinking of leaders that will allow them to cause and sustain high-performance in their people.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781885331403
  • Publisher: Mile High Press, Limited
  • Publication date: 3/15/2012
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 645,555
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Through his 30 plus years of leadership development experience, he has worked with top corporations and government agencies. Doug is the co-author of the best-selling Enlightened Leadership: Getting to the HEART of Change (Simon & Schuster) and Leadership Made Simple: Practical Solutions to Your Greatest Management Challenges.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 One Question Leadership Assessment 1

Chapter 2 What Is Missing In Leadership? 5

Chapter 3 The Mindset Of An Inspiring Leader 11

Chapter 4 The Boss Is Always the Problem 27

Chapter 5 Unlearning To Be a Better Leader 37

Chapter 6 Improvement or Progress; They're Not the Same 51

Chapter 7 Putting Context into Context 65

Chapter 8 The Truth About Focus 81

Chapter 9 The Answer Is In the Questions 93

Chapter 10 Why Pay Someone Else to Tell Your People What They Already Know? 101

Chapter 11 It's All About the Distinctions 107

Chapter 12 What's Your Favorite Feeling? 123

Chapter 13 Meetings That People Look Forward To 133

Chapter 14 Bringing It All Together 143

How to Piss Everyone off Right from the Start 143

Pollution By Policy 148

The Art of Managing Up 150

Performance Appraisals: Giving Performance Appraisals That Actually Improve Performance 152

Chapter 15 What's Next? An Invitation to Action 155

Glossary 171

Resources for the Journey 175

About the Author 181

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