A new style of leader is emerging from the world’s most successful organizations. These dynamic men and women are driven by possibilities and absolutely committed to mutual values. Excited, creative, and alert, they are the new change makers.
Imagine: an army of these outstanding leaders running your organization.
The Organizational Champion is a priceless tool for enacting positive change through the use of an innovative new leadership model.
Mike Thompson created the Organizational
Champion philosophy to help such clients as
Wal-Mart, P&G, Dillard’s, Tyson, VF
and J.B. Hunt enact positive change in their respective industries. Thompson now puts his proven leadership method to paper for the first time.
The Organizational Champion will help you develop the personal foundations of solid, innovative leadershipfrom cognizance and self-awareness to trustworthiness and the ability to inspire. Grounding your leadership in these firm principles will fully prepare you to face the unprecedented challenges of today’s business landscape. As an organizational champion, you will:
- Build global brand trust
- Establish an industry edge
- Execute transformational change
- Inspire high-performance teams
- Drive organizational growth and value
The result of hundreds of interviews with
CEOs and executives, thousands of surveys,
and untold hours of painstaking research,
Thompson’s leadership method will steer your organization well into the twenty-first century, where profits and growth await.
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About the Author
Mike Thompson is the founder of SVI, a provider of innovative and highly effective leadership solutions to many of the world’s most admired companies, and is a key consultant for Wal-Mart’s culture and leadership initiatives. He is often a featured professor for
John Brown University’s graduate courses in leadership and ethics. Previously, Thompson founded ThompsonMurray, an advertising firm that grew from a two-person start-up to a multi-million-dollar company serving clients such as P&G, Energizer, Michelin, and
Table of Contents
PART I: THE PREMISE FOR THE ORGANIZATIONAL CHAMPION
Chapter 1: There are Holes in Leadership
Chapter 2: You Need a Champion to Win Championships
PART II: BECOMING AN ORGANIZATIONAL CHAMPION
Chapter 3: Discover Yourself
Chapter 4: Be an Energizer of the Culture
Chapter 5: Build Genuine & Mutually Beneficial relationships
Chapter 6: Create Organizational Agility
Chapter 7: Imagine Possibilities & Bust Traditional Boundaries
Chapter 8: What You Can Do to Become One
PART III: THE PROMISE OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL CHAMPION
Chapter 9: Unleashing the Organizational Champion
Chapter 10: What They Can Do for Your Company