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Everyone a Leader - Colcleugh David


Year 2013



PrefaceThe Design of the BookPart One: The Meaning of Leading and LeadershipPart Two: Preparing Yourself to LeadPart Three: Leading the OrganizationThe Target AudienceThe Background to This BookAcknowledgmentsPART 1 The Meaning of Leading and Leadership1 Leading: The Catalyst for ChangeInluencing People: The ProcessAdmired LeadersReciprocal MaintenanceThinking LeadersChange: The Work of LeadersHierarchy of ChangeMaking Change: Getting ResultsBig results require big ambitions.Values: The Foundation for Positive Change2 Developmental LeadershipLearning FrameworksThree-Term FrameworkFour-Term FrameworkThe Nature of Leadership ActivityA Generic FrameworkChanging Things for the BetterTaking ActionThinking about Future StatesFuture State Targets: PlansFuture State Targets: AspirationalDevelopmental Leadership ActivityDevelopmental Leadership ModelTaking ActionDevelopmental LearningDevelopmental WorkChanging Things for the BetterThinking about Future StatesAn Aspiration: Everyone a LeaderAn Aspiration: The High-Performance Business OrganizationThe Best Leaders Are Competent LeadersCompetence is the ability to accomplish things eficiently and effectively.Leadership Competency Model: An IntroductionPART 2 Preparing Yourself to Lead3 Role Model Leading and LeadershipThe Developmental Learning ProcessRole Model Leader DesignationLeadership Competency Model4 Thinking EffectivelyThinking Effectively ModelDeveloping MeaningFormulating DirectionImplementing ActionAn Example of Thinking Effectively5 Skills CapabilityFunctional ExpertiseDeveloping a Personal MissionKnowing YourselfKnowing OthersThe Power of InterdependencyTeaching OthersDiversity of ThoughtFocusing on What Is Most ImportantLearning from ExperienceThe Development of Ashley, the Aspiring Organizational LeaderASPIRING LEADERDEVELOPING LEADERROLE MODEL LEADERORGANIZATIONAL LEADERHIGH-PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERThe Development of Tarah, the Aspiring Leader-Engineer6 Character AttributesFuture LookingInspiring OthersHonestyRespect for PeopleTenacityTrustworthinessEffective CommunicationSocial Well-BeingEnergy6 Purposeful BehaviourMotivationLeadership StylesThe Leadership Styles ModelTHE AUTHORITARIANTHE ADMINISTRATORTHE ORGANIZERTHE COACHBeyond the ArchetypesPART 3 Leading the Organization8 The High-Performance Business Organization9 Sustainable Growth10 The High-Performance Work System and Serving StakeholdersInternal Stakeholders' Needs SatisfactionExternal Stakeholders' Needs SatisfactionStakeholders' LoyaltyHarmonious Relationships11 ViabilityCreating a Harmonious Relationship with CustomersOrganizing Around Value-Add ProcessesThe Concept of Value-AddValue-Add Processes and SystemsValue-Add Structuring of the Business OrganizationDeveloping an Effective Change ProcessThe Change Process ModelDeveloping Meaning for ChangeFormulating Direction for ChangeDEVELOPING A FUTURE STATE VISION AND MISSIONVISIONMISSIONSTRATEGY Implementing ChangeThe Interface between Strategy and ImplementationHow to Use the Change Process ModelPARTIAL UTILIZATION OF THE CHANGE PROCESS MODELAN EXAMPLE OF FULL UTILIZATION OF THE CHANGE PROCESS MODELDEVELOPING MEANING FOR CHANGEFORMULATING DIRECTION FOR CHANGEIMPLEMENTING THE CHANGE12 VitalityCreating Harmony among EmployeesWorking Effectively in TeamsHierarchy of TeamingHigh-Performance TeamingOther Organizing EntitiesDeveloping a High-Performance CultureProximate EnvironmentTraditions, Totems, and TaboosCore ValuesHigh-Performance Work System versus Conventional Organizing ApproachTHE INTEGRATED PERSONTHE DEVELOPMENTAL MINDSETTHE SELF-MANAGING PERSONNatural Work Teams13 VirtueCreating a Harmonious Relationship with SocietyTreating People FairlyThe high-performance developmental organization treats its people fairly.Fair CompensationThe Right Organizational ValuesAsking Individuals to Grow beyond Their ExpectationsAsking People to Be AccountableLinking People's Work with Their LivesMaking Decisions to Do the Right ThingProductivity of the Decision-Making ProcessMAKING DECISIONS IN A LOGICAL MANNERMAKING DECISIONS IN AN INTUITIVE MANNERQuality of the Decision-Making ProcessEthical Decision MakingEpilogue
 
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