Great Leadership: What It Is and What It Takes in a Complex World

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2011 - Business & Economics - 212 pages
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Antony Bell offers an easy-to-grasp, workable framework that gets to the very heart of greatness: knowledge, skills and talents combined with the inner qualities of a leader that drive noble actions. For any current or aspiring leader looking to take charge of his or her growth, Great Leadership traces leadership's evolution, pulling together the research and writings of such eminent thinkers as Rosabeth Moss Kanter and Warren Bennis, Daniel Goleman and John Kotter into a coherent and practical whole that makes complexity manageable and leadership development as simple as possible. Bell introduces his Three Dimensions of Leadership model and plenty of practical tools to help assess when and how to achieve greatness in leading organizations, operations and people.

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\From this experienced author team whose previous book, Strategic Human Resource Leader, first introduced the concept of HR transformation comes this detailed exploration of today's workforce and workplace trends that drive the need for HR to radically rethink, reinvent, and reposition its role within the organization. With data culled from the authors' over 20 year longitudinal study of how general managers view HR's focus and performance, Human Resource Transformation explores the new role of HR leadership, especially when facing the challenges of outsourcing, and presents an action plan for aligning and implementing a new agenda for connecting the HR function to the success of the organization.

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