Leadership is learnable . . . and teachable!
Give your managers and supervisors the skills to master the five essential areas of leadership:
The revised edition of the LPI includes:
LPI: Self: Use this 30–item inventory to evaluate your performance and effectiveness as a leader. For an even more detailed evaluation, use LPI: Self in conjunction with the LPI: Observer. Results from the simple scoring process will help you develop plans for improvement. The accompanying guidebook includes a worksheet to help interpret feedback and plan improvement in each leadership practice assessed, sections on how to compare scores with the normative sample and on how to share feedback with constituents, and more than 140 actual steps you can take to get results. Includes one copy of the Participant′s Workbook.
LPI: Observer: Get a clear picture of how you function as a team leader by combining anonymous perceptions of constituents and colleagues, with your own manager self–assessment. The LPI: Observerprovides a balanced picture of leadership traits and allows for constructive discussion of ways to improve.
LPI: Facilitator′s Guide: Here′s everything you need to facilitate the LPI program:The LPI Facilitator′s Guide, which includes a copy of the LPI: Observer instrument and outlines a detailed workshop design including prework requirements and instructions for administering, processing, and scoring the instrument. And the guide now includes the Windows–based LPI Scoring Software.
Deluxe Facilitator′s Package: Get the LPI Facilitator′s Guide plus a copy of the best–selling book, The Leadership Challenge, for one special low price!
Remember to get one instrument for each participant.Biographie de l'auteur :
JAMES M. KOUZES is chairman of the Tom Peters Group/Learning Systems, which makes leadership work through practical, performance–oriented learning programs, including the Leadership Challenge Workshop and Leadership Is Everyone′s Business. In 1993 the Wall Street Journal cited him as one of the twelve most requested "nonuniversity executive–education providers" to U.S. companies. BARRY Z. POSNER, Ph.D., is dean of the Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University, and professor of organizational behavior. He has received several outstanding teaching and leadership awards, has published more than eighty research and practitioner–oriented articles, and currently is on the editorial review boards for the Journal of Management Education, the Journal of Management Inquiry, and the Journal of Business Ethics. He also serves on the board of directors for Public Allies–Silicon Valley and for the Center for Excellence in Nonprofits.
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Description du livre Jossey-Bass, 1997. Loose Leaf. État : New. Second Edition. N° de réf. du libraire DADAX0787909734
Description du livre Jossey-Bass, 1997. No binding. État : New. New item. N° de réf. du libraire QX-050-43-1356701