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How to be exceptional : drive leadership success by magnifying your strengths

Author: John H Zenger
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How to Be Exceptional explains how to pinpoint your best leadership traits and choose the right development target for yourself, use feedback and action-learning on the job to elevate your strengths, apply Zenger Folkman's revolutionary "cross-training" method to escalate your leadership competencies into the top 90th percentile, and ensure that your fully developed strengths are sustainable by building  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John H Zenger
ISBN: 9780071791489 0071791485
OCLC Number: 772122031
Description: xvii, 229 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Organizations flourish with strong leaders --
Why emphasize strengths? --
Strengths can be developed --
Leadership cross-training --
Benefits from developing strengths --
Where to start --
Transitioning from poor performance to good --
The role of feedback in developing leadership strengths --
Building strengths at work --
Sustaining strengths --
Individual contributors --
Getting out of the pit --
Can strengths be taken too far? --
Building strengths with multi-rater feedback --
Are leaders born or made? --
History of the strengths movement.
Responsibility: John Zenger [and others].

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Studies recently conducted by the authors have proved that for every leadership competency you develop, you also strengthen several significant related behaviors that enhance your effectiveness as a  Read more...

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