Hi
I have a thought-provoking question for you. As a leader/manager, how far are you willing to go to facilitate change in your organization? Respected management expert David Maister says you've got to be willing to go first. And he means all the way, even to the point of resigning if your change efforts fail. Instead of saying "Charge!" to the troops, say "Follow Me!"
This challenge is proposed in his great new e-book entitled "Accountability: Effective Managers Go First." It's a good read and suggests a pragmatic four-step approach. Maister provides a good set of questions to begin with to improve effectivity as a leader.
Please read this E-Book... Hope you enjoy..
Regards,
Sowmini

From India, Madras

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MRS
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Dear Sowmini, Leader-Manager is a very interesting subject: The principles you have referred are really the characteristics of a leader. Please see attachment (Source Unknown).
From India, Madras

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Hi MRS
Thanks a lot for your wonderful material on leadership skills. Such an easy to understand input that can turnaround the whole view about leadership!
Thanks many for your feedback on my input too...
Regards,
Sowmini.

From India, Madras
thank you very much swomini that was really very good it is productive indeed i am a ngo person but i know it will help any one who applies it regards chitaranjan keep it up
From India, Delhi
Hello Sowmini:

"Change Agent" is a function/title that the CEO bestows on an employee. When we take it apon ourselves to act as change agents we put at risk our jobs and our future employment.

If the CEO does not ask us be change agents, then the CEO and his/her direct reports may well see us as trouble makers and/or unhappy employees.

I suggest we be very careful when trying to change an oraganization.

From United States, Chelsea
Hey Mini, Thanx a lot for sharing a valuable leadership books. Its shows your attitude towards leadership and your sharing nature. Keep it up always! Rajesh

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