Tired of leadership clichés?
Ready to become a truly life-changing leader?
In The Leadership Triangle, Kevin Ford and Ken Tucker explain the three types of challenges leaders face and the three options they have to choose from to confront these challenges, offering practical tools to help leaders from all walks of life. Weaving together innovative leadership principles and personal conversations with some of the world's greatest leaders in business and the nonprofit world, The Leadership Triangle will become a well-thumbed companion in your own leadership journey.
You will learn how to:
• Recognize leadership challenges for what they really are
• Choose strategies based on the specific challenge you face
• Build incredible, high-functioning teams to overcome any challenge
• Implement cutting-edge strategies and tools that will revolutionize the teams you lead
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Kevin Ford is a Principal of TAG Consulting. In demand as a public speaker and strategic leadership consultant, Kevin has spoken publicly to thousands of people on strategic planning and leadership. He led CEO roundtables with Jim Collins, Ron Heifetz, and Margaret Wheatley and was one of the featured speakers at the Organizational Development Summit with Peter Senge and Phil Harkins. He was the senior consultant for the redesign of the U.S. Army staff—the largest employer in the nation. While he consults with large corporations, government agencies, and small businesses, he heads up TAG’s faith-based practice. He has personally developed over four hundred strategic plans in a wide variety of industries. He is the author of three previous books, including one that reached the top .04 percent of sales on Amazon. Kevin lives in Charlotte, N.C., with his wife and two children.
Ken Tucker is a senior partner of TAG Consulting. Prior to joining TAG, he was a managing consultant for The Gallup Organization. Ken's expertise is in helping clients transform disjointed organizations and workgroups into high-performing teams. He uses the organization's metrics and initiatives as a basis for increasing per-employee productivity. For the executive team, Ken uses customized tools and strategies that increase execution by reducing the distance between time of decision and time action is taken. Additionally, he advises leaders and instructs managers on how to unleash employee discretionary effort to drive long-term business outcomes. Ken has published two other books and is in demand as a speaker for groups of all sizes.
Read an Excerpt
"And, most challenging of all, the team had to transform values, which involved the essential and often agonizing work of exposing the existing values of all the involved parties—values that were often in conflict.
Those are the things that truly transformational leaders do. And, we will see, these are the things that you can do whether you are a businessperson, head of a not-for-profit or a volunteer organization, or leader of a church. The challenges that faced East Lake and Tom Cousins were unique—as are yours—but the principles of the Leadership Triangle which he practiced are universal."
Table of Contents
Foreword by David Allen
Section One Leadership has Three Options
Chapter One A Letter and A Phone Call
Chapter Two Three Leadership Options
Section Two The Strategic Option
Chapter Three Determine Your Strategy
Chapter Four Define Your Vision
Chapter Five Communicate Your Mission With Clarity
Section Three The Tactical Option
Chapter Six Selecting People
Chapter Seven Building People
Chapter Eight Empowering People
Section Four The Transformational Option
Chapter Nine Discover Your Code
Chapter Ten Develop Your Adaptive Capacity
Chapter Eleven Persevere Through Conflict
Chapter One Preview of: Your Intentional Difference