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Visionary Leadership Skills by Robert Dilts
If you are a leader, aspire to be a leader or just want to be led by others within an organisation, this is the book for you. The author presents the role of leadership in ways that have perhaps not been presented before as well as offering new approaches to old problems. As with all this author's... >>More<<
Importance Of Non Verbal Communication In Military Leadership by Chris Jackson
Effective communication involves more than just words. Emotions such as friendliness, respect, acceptance, rejection, dominance, submissiveness, anger, fear and humour are conveyed primarily by signals that fall within the domain of non-verbal communication. When verbal and non verbal messages... >>More<<
Leadership Skills by Chris Jackson
Many years of experience in Exploring have shown that good leadership is a result of the careful application of 11 skills that any post leader or officer can learn to use. With practice, these skills can become a part of the adult's or youth officer's leadership style and will prove helpful in... >>More<<
10 Min Guide To Leadership by Elizabeth Leary
Leadership is never easy. No matter how effortlessly some leaders appear to manage, the path of a leader is one fraught with constant challenge and surprise. However, the leader does not face the challenge alone. By definition, a leader has a group or organization working to meet each challenge and... >>More<<
Leadership by John Clippinger
Leadership among Greek warriors was based upon "a first among equals" principle. Such leadership was a product of a culture of equality and mutual accountability. In a very tangible sense, cultures are networks of social relationships. Military cultures, especially in battlefield situations, have... >>More<<
The Seven Principles Of Sustainable Leadership by Andy Hargreaves
Our study showed that few things in education succeed less than leadership succession. Charismatic leaders are followed by lesser successors who cannot maintain the momentum of improvement. Leaders who turn around underperforming schools are prematurely transferred or promoted before their... >>More<<
Leadership And Military Leadership by Joan Hyatt
Air University Library. Leadership/Military Leadership. compiled by Joan Hyatt. Maxwell AFB, AL, August 1995 (Special Bibliography No. 281, Supplement No. 2, revised) >>More<<
The Leadership Styles Of Woman And Men by Alice Eagly
As women increasingly enter leadership roles that traditionally have been occupied mainly by men, the possibility that the leadership styles of women and men differ continues to attract attention. The focus of these debates on sameness versus difference can obscure the array of causal factors that... >>More<<
Us Army Military Leadership by Il Holdridge
This document reproduces the complete and unabridged text of a United States Army Field Manual first published by the Department of the Army, Washington DC. All source material contained in the reproduced document has been approved for public release and unlimited distribution by an agency of the... >>More<<
Sexuality And Leadership How To Use Sexuality As A Leadership by Lucie Taquin
This article presents the findings of the 'Sexuality and Leadership' seminar organised by Professor Pierre Casse at the University Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseilles on 16 June 2009. The event was a Cezanne Seminar on Change and Innovation in Perspective, part of the MBA programme on Change and... >>More<<
Gender Differences And Leadership by Martha Kelley
Gender differences are evident before birth and throughout childhood. Studies characterize little girls as spending "a great deal of time talking to other children--and nearly as much talking to themselves! As for little boys, only 68 percent of their words were understandable words! The remaining... >>More<<