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The Leader s Guide to Influence

Author : Mike Brent
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Shortlisted for the CMI Management Book of the Year 2011, Practical Manager Category A Leader’s Guide to Influence will show you how to step up your people skills and improve working relationships so you can get the business results you want. Combing the hugely popular areas of influence and leadership, this book will show you how to step up your interpersonal effectiveness by learning how to work more successfully with those around you, be they people you manage, colleagues, client or business partners. Through a combination of practical exercises, case studies and no-nonsense advice, this book shows you how to: - Increase your confidence and impact. - Communicate more effectively. - Learn different tools, techniques and approaches when working with different types of people. - Listen and question effectively. - Develop rapport and empathy. - Give better feedback. - Deal with difficult situations and cope with conflict.

The Leader s Guide to Managing People

Author : Mike Brent
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'A very valuable resource for busy leaders to dip in and out of as time allows.' - Dr Mark Pegg, Chief Executive, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education 'Clear and concise with great anecdotes and oozing with experience.' -Dr K. D. Akabusi, MBE, MA, FPSA, Executive Director, The Akabusi Company Coaching, motivating, team building and influencing are all essential tools for getting the most out of the people around you. Commonly described as ‘soft skills’, there’s nothing soft about the impact they will have on your business performance. This book is your toolkit for managing yourself, facilitating team performance and surviving and thriving in times of change. Step up your management skills now to get the business results you need.

Influential Leadership

Author : Colin Gautrey
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This book is about action, results and leadership. Using a simple new framework, it will show you how to make the sort of progress in your work which your organization wants and needs. At the same time, this progress will give you the space to become a real leader. A leader who is strong, inspirational, and able to drive the results your company needs while keeping your people on board. One of the best ways to create the time you need to get results and get ahead is to become highly influential - that way, you don't have to do it all yourself. Influential Leadership will show you practical ways to become more influential and create the time you need to be the most effective leader you can be.

The Manager s Pocket Guide to Influence with Integrity

Author : Marlene Caroselli
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This guide offers ways to continuously improve your skills of persuasion. Whether you are in management or on the shop floor, the ideas presented will help you make your influence more powerful, more positive, and make your sphere of influence wider and wiser.

Basic skills in leadership and influence

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Leadership and Influence

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Shaping the Game

Author : Michael Watkins
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The author of the bestselling "The First 90 Days" now zeroes in on the most critical skill leaders must master to secure new roles and accelerate their transitions: negotiation.

The Art of Medical Leadership

Author : Suzan Oran
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Having your medical practice at peak performance occurs when you draw out leadership from each person on the team. No matter where a person is on the organizational chart, they can provide leadership to make the biggest difference for your patients. Expand your ability to lead your staff in being an inspired and fully engaged team.Interact with your staff in a way that encourages unpredictable ideas and solutions to take your practice to higher levels of excellence.Learn how to incorporate a method to track projects and actions so that they fit into the busy schedule of your practice.Increase your patient satisfaction scores as you and your staff incorporate these distinctions and rise to a new level of customer service.Experience an integrated, cohesive team within your practice, aligned to achieve consistent, outstanding medical outcomes for your patients.

Influence Starts with I

Author : Jeanne Porter King
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Influence is power. What does a woman need to lead well in today’s competitive work environment? If you think it’s a coercive, “power over” style of leadership, think again. Influence Starts with “I”: A Woman’s Guide for Unleashing the Power of Leading from Within and Effecting Change Around You outlines how to be a more effective leader by tapping into the authentic “I” within you to cultivate “power with” others and effect change around you. Influence skills are important ingredients to effective leadership in today’s complex organizations and institutions. In her latest title, author and leadership coach Jeanne Porter King provides a guide for developing the personal side of leadership. This guide helps you to •Identify your leadership purpose •Develop an influence mindset •Use your power strategically •Negotiate gender barriers •Build your support system, and more Reflective exercises and questions allow you to readily apply what you’ve learned and build your plan for growth. Every existing and emerging woman leader needs to carve out the space and time to do the inner work on their leadership. Whether you work in a corporate setting or a nonprofit organization, you have what it takes to lead from within and influence positive change around you.

The Conscious Culture Advantage

Author : Russ Elliot
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Culture is an organization's most competitive advantage. Most leaders want to create intentional conscious cultures that attract, retain and engage the best talent available, and yet, do not know where to start. This 50 page practical workbook provides a path to building YOUR unique culture and developing YOUR competitive edge.The definition of culture can feel nebulous. To some it is about foosball tables while to others it is about posting values on the wall and having quarterly all hands meetings. That is not culture. Only when you understand what culture is can you change it. Simply put, culture is the employee experience. It can be described, seen, observed and measured. It becomes a conscious culture when that experience matches the leadership's intentions. This practical step-by-step workbook provides leaders with the opportunity to build the bridge between the leader's intentions and the employee experience.The conscious culture model covers: Design - vision, mission, values, behaviorsListen - culture survey and planDevelop - conscious manager training, leadership development and HR system culture alignmentShare - employment brandThis practical step-by-step guide is ideal for all organizational leaders, HR professionals and anyone compelled to understand and influence organizational culture levers under the control and influence of the leadership team

The Quest for Leadership Thomas E Cronin and His Influence on Presidential Studies and Political Science

Author : Michael A. Genovese
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This publication from Cambria Press is released in conjunction with the 2015 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association (#APSA2015) The book's main focus is on presidential leadership and draws inspiration from the scholarship of eminent political scientist Thomas E. Cronin. From evaluating the leadership successes and failures of President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama (e.g., on education policy, social security reform, health care, the surveillance of Americans) to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan and their handling of coalitions, this book also discusses presidents as war-time leaders, presidential leadership and authority, public leadership, US world leadership, and the role of chief justices. In addition, the book touches on leadership in higher education and in the global corporate context. Given its coverage, this book will be an important resource for many years to come. The Quest for Leadership, edited by distinguished political scientist Michael A. Genovese, brings together the thought-provoking analyses and critical discussions of top scholars and practitioners. This book is a must read not only for political scientists but also for anyone with an interest in leadership, especially in US politics.

The Leader s Guide to Followers

Author : Dean Duvall
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The Leader's Guide to Followers is written from the unique perspective of a follower sharing with leaders how to lead their people well. It offers insights as to why character is a prerequisite for effective leadership, and why earning trust and respect creates influence, a crucial aspect of leading people well. A leader's motivations and agendas are examined to show which ones draw followers to a leader, and which ones turn followers away from him. Throughout the book, practical examples are given for leadership styles and perspectives which build loyalty and energize followers to give their best efforts. Leading is compared and contrasted with controlling, and the followers' response to each is examined. The book also includes an exploration of leadership as a strategy for individuals, organizations, and the country as a whole. Dean Duvall is a native Oregonian who has experienced great leadership under some excellent coaches, teachers and employers throughout his life. He has been involved in a wide range of organizations including "mom and pop" businesses, international franchises, non-profits, state government, and Fortune 500 companies. His leadership experience is mainly in the computer business but includes some non-traditional roles such as guiding week-long mountaineering trips in British Columbia and skippering sailboat trips from Hawaii to Seattle and San Francisco. He continues to encourage leaders to be their best by writing and speaking about what leaders can do to bring out the best in those they lead.

The Elements of Power

Author : Terry Bacon
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What do a person’s knowledge, expressiveness, history, character, and attraction have in common? Or his or her role resources, information, network, and reputation? Each is a key to either personal or organizational power, and together they open the complex combination lock on the door of true leadership and irresistible influence. The Elements of Power combines the latest research on the nature of power all over the world with a handy self-assessment and invaluable insight into: • How power works in organizations • How people use and lose power • The relationship between power and leadership • What makes famous people powerful—or what diminishes their power • Sources of power and how to build each one • Leading and influencing others more effectively Complete with “Portraits in Power” examining key business figures and world leaders alike, the full effect is an accessible and unprecedented pipeline to the many sources and types of internal and external power, including the most valuable of all: the power of will.

Change Leader s Guide To Change Management

Author : Paul Gerhardt, PhD.
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This is a complete step-by-step guide for being an effective leader of organizational change. Remember when organizations like K-Mart, Sears, and HP were at the top of their industries? In today's workplaces, things change very rapidly. Failing to create an organizational culture that knows how to change effectively, means that the competition will gain a competitive edge that you may never recover from. No organization can fair to lose its share of the market. Use this workbook to read about what it takes to create positive organizational change. Everything you need to know about creating change based upon the latest research and models. External and Internal factors bring about change. Major lessons from year's of research and insights learned from doing organizational change in today's every-changing workplaces have led to the development of this workbook. Start by reading each lesson and then do the activity as you desire. Visit: www.SupervisionEssentials.com

Launching a Leadership Revolution

Author : Orrin Woodward
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Get the book that started the revolution! Sooner or later, all of us will be called upon to lead in some capacity. Leadership skills are vital in corporate settings, small businesses, churches, community organizations, and even at home. Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward have recognized this need and have jointly created an in-depth, step-by-step guide for developing leadership skills. Launching a Leadership Revolution will teach you about leadership as both a science and an art. Utilizing an abundance of historical examples, the authors have developed a unique 5-step plan that charts a course for creating and maintaining strong leadership in any organization. The plan guides the reader through the "Five Levels of Influence" Learning: a leader must be able to learn from anyone Performing: persevere through failure to find success Leading: extend your ability by expanding your team Developing Leaders: learn to trust your people Develop Leaders Who Develop Leaders: create a legacy

Positive Influence

Author : Grant D. Fairley
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Is it your turn to lead? We need our leaders. In a corporation, government or community, great leaders do not just do the job - they create a better future. These are leaders who have learned the long-term value of influence rather than control as a leadership model. Grant D. Fairley is an executive coach and seminar speaker who takes the reader through the big ideas of being an influential leader. Working with major corporations, governments, educators and community groups, Grant guides those individuals and teams where conflict is destroying the workplace to a fresh start. Through a better understanding of self and those they serve, leaders and teams are renewed. Individuals are encouraged to see their story in a different way. The result is effective leadership and productive teams who take on the challenges they face with energy and commitment. Positive Influence - How to Lead Your World is for those who are new to leadership and is a refresher for experienced leaders as well. In his executive coaching sessions, Grant takes leaders on a journey through the big ideas of leadership. This book is a professional development tool for leaders at any stage of their career. The book is written in short, big-idea chapters that allow the leader to digest the concepts easily. This book is a helpful tool for Human Relations and Employee Relations professionals who wish to engage leaders in their organizations. Whether it is the leader who is great on task but poor on people skills or the newly promoted leader, Positive Influence will help. If you want to be prepared for leadership opportunities in your future, Positive Influence will help you be ready to take on the challenge. Grant's leadership seminars and coaching is designed to develop effective, sustainable and renewable leaders. To be effective as a leader, a person has to be able to apply what is needed when it is needed to the opportunity they have to be the leader. Sustainable leadership means that a person is not a flash in the pan or someone who is only able to lead for a short term before their effectiveness fades. Instead, with a whole-person focus, they will understand how to not just sprint but do the leadership marathon as well. Renewable leaders are able to understand how to continue to learn and grow rather than become stuck in a method or mindset that is inflexible. Leadership has many styles and forms. Organizations thrive or wither depending on the quality and style of leaders they have. Positive Influence goes beyond the do's and don'ts of leadership to explore a whole-person approach to being a leader. This book celebrates those willing to take on the challenges of leadership at any level of business or life. It is written to empower leaders to serve their teams and customers while creating a personal story they will be proud to own. Chapter Titles: *A Positive Influence *A Center of Influence *Following the Leader *Who Am I? *Conductors and Captains *Exploring the Wilderness *What Time Is It? *The Red Mist *Finding Your Center *The Situation Room *Investing in You *Sprints and Marathons *The Real Deal *The Return of the King *The Heart of the Leader *Decisions *I Doubt It! *Creating Your Biography *Oranges and Bananas *Pen or Pencil *Arts and Sciences *The Lighthouse and the Leader *Who Are They? *Your Inheritance *Boo! *Shots Fired *Shooting the Rapids *Hail to the Chiefs *Did You Bring the Playbook? *Positive Persuasion *Bridges *On the Boil and on the Wobble *Knowing Your Motto *Firefighting *Sitting on the Bench *The One and the Many *Cheers *On a Swing or on Fire? *Playing a Friendly *Check, Please! *The Power to Forgive *Breaking the Ice *Tell Me a Story *Stage Coach *Magic Wands and Magic Lamps *Robes and Crowns *The Human Condition *3-D Leaders *Exit Stage Right *It's Been an Honor *Developing Old Friends *Sail On *The Executive Coach *Choosing an Executive Coach *Speak to Be Heard This book is priced to share.

Your Next Move

Author : Michael D. Watkins
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"Whether you're going for that promotion, looking to jump ship, or change careers entirely, Michael Watkins' Your Next Move is a book you'll want to read." So starts the positive review of Your Next Move on the influential 800 CEO Read website. It's true that all leaders--no matter how seasoned--need guidance through the professional changes that define a career. In fact, transitions into new roles are the crucibles in which leaders get their toughest tests, and they're the defining factor in professional careers today. Yet far too often, leaders fail to transition effectively into new roles. The resulting costs are high, for individual careers and for organizations. In Your Next Move, leadership-transition guru Watkins shows how you can survive and thrive in all the major transitions you will face during your career-including promotions, leading former peers, on-boarding into a new organization, making an international move, or turning around or realigning an organization. With real-life examples and case studies, Watkins illustrates the defining hurdles associated with each type of transition. He then provides the insights, strategies, and tools you'll need to accelerate through these crucial turning points and continue moving up in your career. The necessary complement to the author's bestselling guide The First 90 Days, which has been translated in more than 20 languages worldwide, Your Next Move offers the keen observations, tried-and-true management wisdom, and practical good sense Watkins is renowned for. It's a vital resource for any manager or executive seeking to maintain career momentum. To quote the reviewer from above: "It's not just about "moving" but about what happens when those actions are taken. Success or failure are the two options, and which option you emerge with will determine what happens going forward. Watkins' book definitely has the research and insight to equip you for the better of the two paths."

The Leader s Guide to Hospital Case Management

Author : Stefani Daniels
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The majority of existing texts address hospital case management as a 'nursing practice.' And while it is true that most hospital case managers are, in fact, nurses, few of them are responsible for clinical care. This text addresses the role of the hospital case manager from a business perspective rather than a nursing perspective. It speaks to the relationship the case manager has with the executive team, managed care contracting office, decision support specialists, medical records staff, as well as the medical staff and clinical providers and reveals the value of engaging all of them as allies in pursuit of global objectives on behalf of every patient.

The Leader s Guide to Presenting

Author : Tom Bird
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Presentations are an inevitable part of a leader's day to day. They are fundamental to delivering information, motivating staff and building relationships. The Leader's Guide to Presenting is a highly practical guide to delivering engaging and influential presentations. From informal to formal settings, you'll discover how persuasion, influence and communication are critical to your own impact, the motivation and engagement of others and, ultimately, the success of your organisation. How to present when the stakes are high How to structure your message to gain agreement How to deliver with maximum impact and get the outcome you want How to pitch for success and handle difficult conversations

The Leader s Guide to Speaking with Presence

Author : John Baldoni
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A leader's most important job is to communicate. Every day, whether in a meeting or a presentation, a water-cooler conversation or a formal speech, his or her ability to craft and deliver a clear message, one the audience will believe, is the tipping point between forgettable and transformational. The Leader's Guide to Speaking with Presence is a concise tool kit containing more than 100 practical tips for creating and communicating meaningful messages with presence and authority. Readers will discover how to: * Present their ideas clearly and provide context * Radiate confidence and put the audience at ease * Refine their delivery * Use stories to inform, involve, and inspire * Leverage the energy of any room * Convey optimism tempered with reality to gain buy-in * Turn PowerPoint presentations into performances * And more To be truly effective, a leader's words need to ring true, and his or her delivery needs to be authentic. This handy little guide helps readers achieve the kind of genuine presence that leads to lasting trust and quantifiable influence.