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Leadershock -- and how to triumph over it : eight revolutionary rules for becoming a powerful and exhilarated leader

Author: Greg Hicks
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2003.
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At every level, from newly-minted supervisors to seasoned CEOs, today's managers are finding themselves ill-equipped to deal with the current business climate. Fueled by an economy in recession after nearly a decade of prosperity, by new concerns about crisis management in the wake of world events, by the collapse of dot.coms and the fading myth of the New Economy, today's managers are confused and uncertain - even  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Hicks, Greg, 1953-
Leadershock -- and how to triumph over it.
New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2003
(DLC) 2002013829
(OCoLC)50503223
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Hicks
ISBN: 0071415750 9780071415750 1280300337 9781280300332 9780071408011 0071408010
OCLC Number: 51804500
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 191 pages) : illustrations
Responsibility: Greg Hicks.
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At every level, from newly-minted supervisors to seasoned CEOs, today's managers are finding themselves ill-equipped to deal with the current business climate. Fueled by an economy in recession after nearly a decade of prosperity, by new concerns about crisis management in the wake of world events, by the collapse of dot.coms and the fading myth of the New Economy, today's managers are confused and uncertain - even fearful -- about what to do and how to lead. In a word, they are in shock. Changing times call for an entirely new set of principles for leadership, says Hicks. Following the proven methodology he and co-author Rick Foster adopted to create How We Choose to be Happy, Hicks has set out to redefine what it takes to be an effective leader in today's uncertain business climate. He has interviewed 200 managers across all industries and at all levels who have proven themselves uniquely adaptable and capable of successful leadership in tough times and under difficult circumstances. From them, he has distilled eight refreshing and often surprising principles for effective management and leadership, using case studies from his research as examples.

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