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Company of heroes : unleashing the power of self-leadership

Author: Henry P Sims; Charles C Manz
Publisher: New York : Wiley, ©1996.
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Company of Heroes is a springboard for releasing the talent, energy, and enthusiasm of everyone in the organisationnot just those at the top. Offering new concepts of leadershipamong them, heroic self-leadership - this remarkable book calls for a new, dynamic attitude toward work in today's business organizations. Developing ideas presented in their acclaimed book SuperLeadership, the authors describe a pragmatic,  Read more...
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Title: Company of heroes : unleashing the power of self-leadership /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Henry P Sims; Charles C Manz
ISBN: 047105528X; 9780471055280
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-254) and index.
Content: Ch. 1. Unleashing the Power of Self-Leadership -- Ch. 2. Strongmen, Transactors, Visionary Heroes, and SuperLeaders -- Ch. 3. The Strongman -- Ch. 4. The Transactor -- Ch. 5. The Visionary Hero -- Ch. 6. The SuperLeader -- Ch. 7. The First Step in SuperLeadership: Becoming a Self-Leader -- Ch. 8. Behavior-Focused Self-Leadership Strategies: The Grind -- Ch. 9. Finding Natural Rewards in the Task: Smelling The Roses -- Ch. 10. Cognitive-Focused Self-Leadership Strategies: The Opportunity Thinker -- Ch. 11. Balancing and Integrating Self-Leadership Strategies: The Master Self-Leader -- Ch. 12. SuperLeadership: Leading Others to Lead Themselves -- Ch. 13. The Trauma of Transition: Learning to Lead Others to Lead Themselves -- Ch. 14. Teams and Teamwork: Creating Heroic Teams -- Ch. 15. Team Leadership -- Ch. 16. Building a Self-Leadership Culture: Transition to a Culture of Heroes -- Ch. 17. Developing Self-Leadership in Others: How Do I Really Do It?
Description: xvii, 262 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Unleashing the Power of Self-Leadership -- Ch. 2. Strongmen, Transactors, Visionary Heroes, and SuperLeaders -- Ch. 3. The Strongman -- Ch. 4. The Transactor -- Ch. 5. The Visionary Hero -- Ch. 6. The SuperLeader -- Ch. 7. The First Step in SuperLeadership: Becoming a Self-Leader -- Ch. 8. Behavior-Focused Self-Leadership Strategies: The Grind -- Ch. 9. Finding Natural Rewards in the Task: Smelling The Roses -- Ch. 10. Cognitive-Focused Self-Leadership Strategies: The Opportunity Thinker -- Ch. 11. Balancing and Integrating Self-Leadership Strategies: The Master Self-Leader -- Ch. 12. SuperLeadership: Leading Others to Lead Themselves -- Ch. 13. The Trauma of Transition: Learning to Lead Others to Lead Themselves -- Ch. 14. Teams and Teamwork: Creating Heroic Teams -- Ch. 15. Team Leadership -- Ch. 16. Building a Self-Leadership Culture: Transition to a Culture of Heroes -- Ch. 17. Developing Self-Leadership in Others: How Do I Really Do It?
Responsibility: Henry P. Sims, Jr., Charles C. Manz.
Year: ©1996.
Publisher: New York : Wiley,
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 95021522
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: HD57.7; Dewey No.: 658.4/092
OCLC No.: 32821092

Abstract:

Company of Heroes is a springboard for releasing the talent, energy, and enthusiasm of everyone in the organisationnot just those at the top. Offering new concepts of leadershipamong them, heroic self-leadership - this remarkable book calls for a new, dynamic attitude toward work in today's business organizations. Developing ideas presented in their acclaimed book SuperLeadership, the authors describe a pragmatic, detailed program you can use to transform everyone in your company into a heroic self-leader.
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