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Crossing The Divide

Author : Todd L. Pittinsky
ISBN : 9781422118344
Genre : Business & Economics
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Bringing groups together is a central and unrelenting task of leadership. CEOs must nudge their executives to rise above divisional turf battles, mayors try to cope with gangs in conflict, and leaders of many countries face the realities of sectarian violence. Crossing the Divideintroduces cutting-edge research and insight into these age-old problems. Edited by Todd Pittinsky of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, this collection of essays brings together two powerful scholarly disciplines: intergroup relations and leadership. What emerges is a new mandate for leaders to reassess what have been regarded as some very successful tactics for building group cohesion. Leaders can no longer just "rally the troops." Instead they must employ more positive means to span boundaries, affirm identity, cultivate trust, and collaborate productively. In this multidisciplinary volume, highly regarded business scholars, social psychologists, policy experts, and interfaith activists provide not only theoretical frameworks around these ideas, but practical tools and specific case studies as well. Examples from around the world and from every sector - corporate, political, and social - bring to life the art and practice of intergroup leadership in the twenty-first century.

Us Plus Them

Author : Todd L. Pittinsky
ISBN : 9781422177778
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discusses the positive dimensions of difference and diversity and argues that these differences can be used to help people and build communities.

Rethinking Leadership And Whole Of Government National Security Reform

Author : Joseph R. Cerami
ISBN : 9781584874409
Genre : Intelligence service
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On June 24, 2009, The Bush School of Government and Public Service and The Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at Texas A & M University, and the U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute (SSI), conducted a conference on 'Leadership and Government Reform' in Washington, DC. Two panels discussed Leader Development in Schools of Public Affairs and Leadership, National Security, and 'Whole of Government' Reforms ... The panelists and authors reflected on the nature of external, internal, and transnational threats to U.S. security, and the need for changes in developing people, organizations, and institutions to more effectively, efficiently, and ethically improve the U.S. Government's capacity to address the need for change. The authors in this book share the belief of many in the international and public affairs community that the world is changing in fundamental ways, and our traditional models for understanding America's role do not appear to be working very well. A new era of reform is needed for this new age. In response, panelists in their detailed remarks and subsequent papers, offer suggestions to reform the United States' national security system to meet 21st century threats, while simultaneously developing the leaders who can implement a serious and broad-scale reform agenda.--

Leading Across Differences

Author : Kelly Hannum
ISBN : 9780470467169
Genre : Business & Economics
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This training tool provides examples of and perspectives on concepts and situations important to leading across differences. With cases gleaned from interviews of over a hundred people in over twenty organizations on five continents, the authors offer new ways of thinking about leadership challenges. The authors provide a framework and process for helping participants better understand their context and taking appropriate action. The casebook includes the Leadership Across Differences Framework, 13 research-based cases, 11 chapters written by leadership experts, nine individual exercises, as well as references and resources to extend the learning. The package is designed to be flexible enough to use for a single one-hour session or for an extended course. The information in the Facilitator’s Guide will help you craft a session or series of sessions organized around specific learning outcomes.

Restoring Trust In Organizations And Leaders

Author : Roderick M. Kramer
ISBN : 9780199756087
Genre : Business & Economics
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Restoring Trust in Organizations and Leaders is the first volume to adopt the mulidisciplinary approach required to understand the decline in public trust in contemporary institutions, and to propose and assess remedies.

Author : Todd L Pittinsky
ISBN : 9786035036122
Genre : Social Science
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مسيحي مقابل مسلم ، أسود مقابل أبيض ، الأغنياء مقابل الفقراء ، المحافظ مقابل الليبرالي ، جميعنا نعلم ، وقد خبرنا كيف تواجه الجماعات بعضها على نحو خطير أحيانًا . كتاب اجتياز الحد الفاصل هو محاولة شجاعة وطموحة لفهم كيف يستطيع القادة ليس فقط تقليص المواقف السلبية بين الجماعات ، بل حتى يتمكنوا من توفير المواقف الإيجابية التي تدفع هذه المجموعات للعمل معًا من أجل المصلحة العامة . ومن خلال مقالات كتبها العلماء ، والممارسون على حد سواء ، يربط هذا الكتاب عوالم البحث والممارسة ، ويقدم رؤى غنية عن قيادة الجماعات للعلماء والقادة على حد سواء يسد هذا الكتاب فجوة طويلة دائمة للقادة عند جميع المستويات ، الذين واجهوا التحدي على رأس عملهم ، ومحاولة ترك المشكلات وراءهم ، فضلًا على الشعور الملح ، والشك في أن شيئًا أكثر يمكن القيام به لبناء المجتمع ، لو عرفنا فقط كيف ذلك . وهناك حاجة إلى رؤى هذا الكتاب والمشورة الكبيرة التي يتضمنها في كل ركن من أركان العالم .

Leadership Essential Selections On Power Authority And Influence

Author : Barbara Kellerman
ISBN : 0071637850
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Bravo to Barbara Kellerman! Building upon a lifetime of scholarship and upon a popular course she has created at Harvard, Kellerman brings between the covers of a single volume the world's classic literature on leadership. Every thoughtful leader will find deep, rich rewards here." -- David Gergen, Director, Center for Public Leadership Harvard Kennedy School, Former Presidential Adviser Bolster your leadership literacy—and improve your performance as a leader or manager. Leadership, says author, leadership expert, and Harvard Professor Barbara Kellerman, "is all about what leaders should learn—but it is decidedly not, deliberately not, about what leadership education has lately come to look like." Instead, Leadership is a concise yet expansive collection of great leadership literature that has stood the test of time. As Kellerman makes clear in her extensive, authoritative commentaries, every single selection has had, and continues to have, an impact on how and what we think about what it means to lead. And every single one has had an impact on leadership as an area of intellectual inquiry—as well as on the course of human history. Part I of Leadership consists of writings about leadership: Lao Tzu—on how to lead lightly Plato—on tyrants and philosopher-kings Machiavelli—on the preservation of power In Part II, you'll find examples of what Kellerman uniquely identifies as writing as leadership—works and words that thanks to their persuasiveness and power, changed the world: Thomas Paine—Common Sense Elizabeth Cady Stanton—"Declaration of Sentiments" Rachel Carson—Silent Spring Part III presents leaders in action—individuals who seized the moment to captivate, motivate, and lead with their singular personal power to persuade: Abraham Lincoln—on war and redemption Elizabeth I—on gender and power Vaclav Havel—on the power of the powerless The selections themselves, each a classic of the leadership literature, together with Kellerman's expert commentary, make Leadership required reading for those who want to learn about, reflect on, and even apply the greatest leadership literature lessons, ever. Barbara Kellerman is the James MacGregor Burns Lecturer in Public Leadership at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, and Harvard Business Review, and she has appeared on CBS, NBC, NPR, and CNN. She is author and editor of many books on leadership, most recently Bad Leadership and Followership. Kellerman is ranked by as among the "Top 50 Business Thinkers" (2009), and by Leadership Excellence in the top 15 of 100 "best minds on leadership" (2008-2009).

The Wealth Paradox

Author : Frank Mols
ISBN : 9781107079809
Genre : Business & Economics
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The West is currently in the grip of a perfect storm: a lingering economic recession, a global refugee crisis, declining faith in multiculturalism, and the rise of populist anti-immigration parties. These developments seem to confirm the widely held view that hardship and poverty lead to social unrest and, more specifically, scapegoating of minorities. Yet in this provocative new book, Mols and Jetten present compelling evidence to show that prejudice and intergroup hostility can be equally prevalent in times of economic prosperity, and among more affluent sections of the population. Integrating theory and research from social psychology, political science, sociology, and history, the authors systematically investigate why positive factors such as gratification, economic prosperity, and success may also fuel negative attitudes and behaviours. The Wealth Paradox provides a timely and important re-evaluation of the role that economic forces play in shaping prejudice.

The Handbook For Teaching Leadership

Author : Scott Snook
ISBN : 9781412990943
Genre : Business & Economics
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The last twenty-five years have witnessed an explosion in the field of leadership education. This volume brings together leading international scholars across disciplines to chronicle the current state of leadership education and establish a solid foundation on which to grow the field. It encourages leadership educators to explore and communicate more clearly the theoretical underpinnings and conceptual assumptions on which their approaches are based. It provides a forum for the discussion of current issues and challenges in the field and examines the above objectives within the broader perspective of rapid changes in technology, organizational structure, and diversity.

Leadership In A Diverse And Multicultural Environment

Author : Mary L. Connerley
ISBN : 9781544340371
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leadership in a Diverse and Multicultural Environment provides leaders with the tools necessary to effectively interact with all individuals. Although much of the research related to multiculturalism has focused on expatriates and international assignments, the book also focuses on leaders in domestic organizations, as they can benefit from developing their own multicultural awareness, knowledge, and skills. Effective leaders can shape the culture of their organization to be accepting of individuals from all races, ethnicities, religions, and genders with a minimum of misunderstandings.

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