Cultivating Leaders from Within describes the power of respect, communication, listening, and feedback and shows how a powerful and meaningful working relationship can help develop an organization’s greatest strengths. New knowledge workers are looking for leaders who can communicate with and listen to them, they want to know that they are not just a number but a partner who can be depended on. Building solid relationships can be a lasting determining factor that can propel the organization to the next level of greatness.
Leaders must understand the connection between employee behavior and innovation. Innovation needs a performing culture, a culture that encourages employees to start building diverse and inclusive teams. For innovation to work and be meaningful, the leaders must be a coach and a developer. The leader must be a facilitator and a teacher, recognizing that employees are the most valuable resources. Employees must see themselves as part of the team and that their contributions are meaningful and valued by the leaders.
This book looks at factors that can be implemented by the organization to help improve participation, engagement, and healing.