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Art of leadership

By: Manning, George.
Publisher: New York; McGraw-Hill Education, 2015Edition: 5th ed.Description: 572p.ISBN: 9781259254406.Subject(s): Leadership | Management | PsychologyDDC classification: 159.9:316.46 MAN/A Summary: The Art of Leadership, 5th edition is based on two ideas. 1. Leadership will take place to the extent the leader cares about the work to be done. Equally important, the leader must care about people. Neither of these qualities is sufficient without the other, and neither can be false. People know when the leader cares. When the leader is committed to the task and is concerned about people, these qualities serve as magnets and motivators to followers, and their potential for achievement becomes enormous. 2. Leadership is an art that can be developed through mastery of nine key areas of success. The successful leader must possess knowledge and skills in the following areas: understanding leadership variables, the power of vision, the importance of ethics, the empowerment of people, leadership principles, understanding people, multiplying effectiveness, developing others, and performance management.
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159.93 STY Attention, perception and memory 159.9:303.03 MIT Research design explained 159.9:303.1 COZ Methods in behavioral research 159.9:316.46 MAN/A Art of leadership 159.932.2 CHR/H How will you measure your life? 159.932.2 EMR/P Personality brokers: 159.932.2 POT Fools work hard for others

The Art of Leadership, 5th edition is based on two ideas.

1. Leadership will take place to the extent the leader cares about the work to be done. Equally important, the leader must care about people. Neither of these qualities is sufficient without the other, and neither can be false. People know when the leader cares. When the leader is committed to the task and is concerned about people, these qualities serve as magnets and motivators to followers, and their potential for achievement becomes enormous.

2. Leadership is an art that can be developed through mastery of nine key areas of success. The successful leader must possess knowledge and skills in the following areas: understanding leadership variables, the power of vision, the importance of ethics, the empowerment of people, leadership principles, understanding people, multiplying effectiveness, developing others, and performance management.

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