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Results-based leadership

Author: David Ulrich; John H Zenger; W Norman Smallwood
Publisher: Boston : Harvard Business School Press, 1999.
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"Results-Based Leadership challenges the conventional wisdom surrounding leadership. The authors - experts in human resources and leadership development - argue that it is not enough to gauge leaders by personal traits such as character, knowledge, style, and values. Effective leaders, say the authors, do more than master the attributes of leadership. They know how to connect their attributes with results."  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Ulrich; John H Zenger; W Norman Smallwood
ISBN: 9780875848716 0875848710
OCLC Number: 39778758
Description: xiv, 234 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Connecting leadership attributes to results --
Defining desired results --
Employee results: investing in human capital --
Organization results: creating capabilities --
Customer results: building firm equity --
Investor results: building shareholder value --
Becoming a results-based leader --
Leaders building leaders.
Responsibility: Dave Ulrich, Jack Zenger, Norm Smallwood.

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"Results-Based Leadership challenges the conventional wisdom surrounding leadership. The authors - experts in human resources and leadership development - argue that it is not enough to gauge leaders by personal traits such as character, knowledge, style, and values. Effective leaders, say the authors, do more than master the attributes of leadership. They know how to connect their attributes with results." "Results-Based Leadership shows executives how to deliver results in four specific areas: results for employees, the organization, its customers, and its investors. The authors provide action-oriented guidelines for readers to develop and hone their own results-based leadership skills. They look beyond the quick fixes, buzzwords, and trends that typify many leadership programs, and focus instead on producing results that can be measured and integrated into any business strategy or corporate culture."--Jacket.

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