Thought Leadership

Thought Leadership

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All Leadership starts with thinking - about problems, about possibilities and about organizational capabilities. But thinking never occurs in a vacuum. Long gone are the days when a chief executive would disappear for weeks with a towel over his head, only to reappear to announce 1the answer2 to the organization. Modern leadership is about shaping the social process of engagement, strategizing and decision-making so that workers can create immeasurable value. This book is about what executives can do to transform the thinking of those around them. It is about the circuitry that lies beneath the change process and the habits and norms that govern business conversations. For every senior person that ever had a sense of AjI‰ vu in the boardroom or was horrified to see great minds producing pulp, this is the book for them. This book will give you exemplary decision-making, quicker organizational change and focussed leadership. Robin Ryde is the Head of the Centre for Strategic Leadership with the National School of Government. He has a background in leadership and organizational development spanning numerous sectors and internationally. Ryde has delivered cross-sector development and consultancy in the UK, the US and other territories including South America and Eastern Europe. His interest in leadership thinking has, in part, been sparked by the hundreds of private and public sector Chief Executives with whom he has engaged. This has ignited an interest in the way that leaders think and approach problems and the common dilemmas they face. Ryde is a keen SCUBA diver and lives in South West London with his family.Table 1.5 An illustration of key triggers and shapers of Sticky Thinking focus, purpose, or discipline, Sticky Thinking is more ... In addition to this, specific behaviors can invoke the habit such as the views expressed by the a#39;bossa#39;, the use in ... the attention of leaders the point that each and every one of their actions becomes magnified far more than they imagine. ... The instructions were not to refer to, or say anything about the magazine, but to see what influence this might have on staff.

Title:Thought Leadership
Author: Robin Ryde
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2007-01-01

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