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The 2008 Pfeiffer annual : leadership development

Author: James L Noel; David L Dotlich
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Pfeiffer ; Chichester : John Wiley [distributor], 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James L Noel; David L Dotlich
ISBN: 9780787995218 0787995215
OCLC Number: 173719135
Description: xii, 340 pages ; 25 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Acknowledgments. Introduction: What's Next in Leadership Development? (Jim Noel and David Dotlich). SECTION 1: HISTORY OF LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT. 1 Where We've Been: Leadership Development in the 20th Century (Jim Noel and David Dotlich). SECTION 2: DEFINING THE FIELD. 2 Why Are There Not Enough Leaders in Companies Today? (Stephen H. Rhinesmith). 3 Who Really "Owns" Leadership Development? (Robert A. Stringer). 4 Developing Leaders of Substance (Ram Charan). 5 Why Is Leadership So Important and Formal Leadership Development Not? (Tim Sullivan). SECTION 3: DEVELOPING GLOBAL LEADERS. 6 The Evolution of Leadership Development at Novartis (Frank Waltmann). 7 Achieving Success in the Globalization of Leadership Development (Eric Olson). 8 Developing Global Leaders Through Action Learning (Alice Portz). SECTION 4: APPROACHES TO LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT. 9 Developing Customer-Centric Leaders (Thomas R. Knighton). 10 Building Marketing Excellence (Jean-Claude Larreche, Mario Castaneda, and Zohra Jan Mamod). 11 Time Warner Creative Leadership Summit (Vera Vitels). 12 Be the One: The LEADToshiba Experience (Anthony V. Codianni and Terry Kristiansen). 13 The Quest for 20:20 Vision: Developing HR Leaders at Luxottica (Ken Meyers). 14 What Women Executives Need from Leadership Development Programs (Marijo Bos). 15 Creating Real Employee Engagement (Alaric Mostyn). 16 Leading Across Boundaries: Adventures in the "White Spaces" at General Mills (Kevin D. Wilde). 17 Bank of America: Winning the Growth Challenge (Brian Fishel). SECTION 5: METHODOLOGIES. 18 Coaching Leadership Transitions (Jim Sutton). 19 Executive Assessment for Succession Planning and Development: A Sequenced Process and a Few Helpful Hints (Adam Ortiz). 20 Do Leadership Competencies Defi ne Effective Leadership? (Jill Conner). 21 Transition Support: Best Practices from the Field (Stacey E. Philpot). 22 Action Learning: Creating Leaders Through Work (Jim Noel and David Dotlich). SECTION 6: CREATIVE APPROACHES TO DEVELOPING LEADERS-PUSHING THE BOUNDARY. 23 Leader as Storyteller (Chatham Clarke Sullivan). 24 The Leader as Poet: A Consideration of What Poetry May Have to Offer Organizational Leadership (Juan Mobili). 25 Choices in Work and in Life (Neil M. Johnston). 26 The Leading Brain: An Exercise in Self-Coaching (Agnes Mura). 27 Leading in the Matrix of Today: Integrating Body/Mind/Spirit (Ginny Whitelaw). 28 Somatics and Leadership (Susan Nichols). 29 Learning from World-Class Athletes in Managing Performance: Achieving Personal Leadership Excellence Through P6PROP (Christian Marcolli). 30 The Shaping of Successful Careers (Norman Walker). SECTION 7: A LOOK TO THE FUTURE. 31 The Future of Leadership Development (Jim Noel and David Dotlich). Contributors. About the Editors. How to use the CD-ROM.
Responsibility: edited by James L. Noel and David L. Dotlich.


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