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Developing high performance leaders

Philip R. Harris

Developing high performance leaders

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Performance,
  • Leadership,
  • Personnel management,
  • Employee motivation

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPhilip R. Harris
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD57.7 .H3697 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25132406M
    ISBN 109780415500692, 9780415500685, 9780203118801
    LC Control Number2011049401

    Provide access to high-performing employees so they can see what goes into reaching that level. Focus on Values-Alignment Employees want greater alignment with their personal values and the company's, too. They are adventurous and venture where others fear to tread. Those firms serious about seeking competitive advantages in this area might find solutions by researching other companies that have successfully deployed team-based development initiatives and strategies. Instead of focusing only on professional growth, also spend time helping each person on your team grow outside of work. In effect, these organizations have recognized the importance of addressing thinking processes with the same degree of deliberateness invested in working processes.

    With clarity, a team knows where to shift its focus and determine the level of effort necessary to finish an assignment. Show them that there is a clear path to advancement and greater responsibility by addressing their weaknesses. Team objectives are of sufficient magnitude to make the work worth the effort. When teams divide the labor, they introduce a side effect called interdependence also known as risk.

    Kets de Vries supports the whole with the story of an organizational change initiative accomplished through group coaching. Communication is the very means of cooperation. Some employees might have skills that are being misused and likely belong in a different department. People often drift into and out of extraordinary team situations, wondering what made the group click and how to replicate it. In this instructive book, Philip Harris centres his teaching around five key aspects of the leadership process: human behaviour and performance communications cultural influences organizational relations change management A selection of strategies to take forward into practice are offered to the reader and the text is organized with a view to the leader sharing the learning obtained from this volume. Communicate regularly and address concerns as necessary.


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Developing high performance leaders book

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