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A short course of lectures
«Everyone a Leader»





Values: The Foundation for Positive ChangeLeading the OrganizationTHE ADMINISTRATORDeveloping Meaning for ChangeSustainable GrowthAn Aspiration: Everyone a LeaderVISIONTenacityDevelopmental Leadership ModelLinking People's Work with Their LivesThe Background to This BookNatural Work TeamsMAKING DECISIONS IN AN INTUITIVE MANNERDevelopmental LeadershipFuture State Targets: AspirationalDiversity of ThoughtTHE AUTHORITARIANRole Model Leading and LeadershipCore ValuesValue-Add Structuring of the Business OrganizationEnergyProductivity of the Decision-Making ProcessTHE SELF-MANAGING PERSONThe Meaning of Leading and LeadershipFormulating Direction for ChangeCharacter AttributesFair CompensationORGANIZATIONAL LEADERHIGH-PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERVirtueThe Developmental Learning ProcessA Generic FrameworkThe Leadership Styles ModelDEVELOPING LEADERROLE MODEL LEADERTaking ActionTaking ActionFuture LookingPurposeful BehaviourThe Target AudienceHigh-Performance Work System versus Conventional Organizing ApproachHow to Use the Change Process ModelHierarchy of ChangeFormulating DirectionFORMULATING DIRECTION FOR CHANGEFuture State Targets: PlansQuality of the Decision-Making ProcessThinking LeadersThe Right Organizational ValuesRole Model Leader DesignationChange: The Work of LeadersCreating a Harmonious Relationship with SocietyThe Nature of Leadership ActivityExternal Stakeholders' Needs SatisfactionEpilogueDEVELOPING A FUTURE STATE VISION AND MISSIONThe Development of Tarah, the Aspiring Leader-EngineerThinking Effectively ModelViabilityThe Design of the BookThinking EffectivelyTHE COACHImplementing ChangeLearning FrameworksSkills CapabilityLeading: The Catalyst for ChangeProximate EnvironmentTreating People FairlyTeaching OthersThe Change Process ModelCreating Harmony among EmployeesThe High-Performance Business OrganizationThe High-Performance Work System and Serving StakeholdersDeveloping a Personal MissionKnowing YourselfThe Interface between Strategy and ImplementationFocusing on What Is Most ImportantAN EXAMPLE OF FULL UTILIZATION OF THE CHANGE PROCESS MODELStakeholders' LoyaltyMaking Change: Getting ResultsThinking about Future StatesHigh-Performance TeamingInternal Stakeholders' Needs SatisfactionLeadership Competency ModelReciprocal MaintenanceSocial Well-BeingAsking People to Be AccountableThe Best Leaders Are Competent LeadersTHE INTEGRATED PERSONMISSIONDeveloping MeaningCompetence is the ability to accomplish things eficiently and effectively.Effective CommunicationDevelopmental LearningPrefaceThree: Leading the OrganizationThinking about Future StatesThree-Term FrameworkCreating a Harmonious Relationship with CustomersDevelopmental WorkKnowing OthersTwo: Preparing Yourself to LeadMaking Decisions to Do the Right ThingDeveloping a High-Performance CultureValue-Add Processes and SystemsLearning from ExperienceImplementing ActionThe Development of Ashley, the Aspiring Organizational LeaderTrustworthinessAn Aspiration: The High-Performance Business OrganizationDevelopmental Leadership ActivityDeveloping an Effective Change ProcessThe Power of InterdependencyWorking Effectively in TeamsAdmired LeadersMotivationThe Concept of Value-AddInspiring OthersAsking Individuals to Grow beyond Their ExpectationsTHE DEVELOPMENTAL MINDSETOne: The Meaning of Leading and LeadershipFour-Term FrameworkFunctional ExpertiseHarmonious RelationshipsTraditions, Totems, and TaboosOrganizing Around Value-Add ProcessesAcknowledgmentsThe high-performance developmental organization treats its people fairly.THE ORGANIZEROther Organizing EntitiesRespect for PeopleASPIRING LEADERInluencing People: The ProcessMAKING DECISIONS IN A LOGICAL MANNERLeadership StylesAn Example of Thinking EffectivelyHierarchy of TeamingBig results require big ambitions.Preparing Yourself to LeadSTRATEGY VitalityEthical Decision MakingDEVELOPING MEANING FOR CHANGEIMPLEMENTING THE CHANGEChanging Things for the BetterHonestyPARTIAL UTILIZATION OF THE CHANGE PROCESS MODELChanging Things for the BetterBeyond the Archetypes
 
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