Effective management in today's competitive business environment requires solid leadership skillsskills for which companies often don't provide adequate training. Managerial Leadership fills that void, providing a four-tiered approach that helps professionals from all walks of life develop both strong management and leadership skills. Top leadership models and frameworks, tools for assessing leadership strengths, techniques for handling change and growth, and more make Managerial Leadership a veritable learning laboratory.
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A One-Volume, MBA-Level Course for Becoming More Than a ManagerBy Developing True Leadership Skills
Managerial competence is important in laying the foundation for a successful career, but demonstrated leadership skills are necessary to propel you up the organizational ladder. Managerial Leadership explains how to simultaneously achieve both, successfully managing projects and activities while at the same time effectively leading people.
Based in part on Dr. Peter Topping's experience as managing director of the Goizueta Institute for Corporate Learning and Research, a cross-disciplinary think tank created to advance the cause of leaders and leadership, this challenging and illuminating book provides:
While it may be true that managers facilitate while leaders initiate, both skills remain valuable in today's workplace. Let Managerial Leadership show you how to combine management and leadership into a dynamic approach for demonstrating effective leadership in any company or industry.
Look to The McGraw-Hill Executive MBA Series for straight-talking, technique-filled books, written by front-line executive education professors and modeled after the programs of top business schools. Other titles in the series include:
Developing effective leadership isn't a "one from column A, two from column B" challenge. Instead, it is a processone that takes into account your capabilities and style, as well as those of your organization, so that you can instill a confident, self-aware leadership style that is genuine and consistently influential.
Managerial Leadership outlines a comprehensive approach to leadership that works, one that recognizes the interactions between the leader, the task, and the followers. Discussing the competencies and principles that define leadership throughout an organization, and featuring case studies of benchmark organizations from Coca-Cola and Home Depot to Xerox and Fluor Daniel, professor and consultant Peter Topping provides a focused yet wide-ranging analysis into recognizing and developing your own leadership personality. Discussions include:
In today's "manage first, ask questions later" corporate culture, the leadership vacuum has reached crisis levels. Those individuals and organizations that understand the values of solid leadership and learn the techniques for cultivating that leadership will have a powerful competitive advantage. In Managerial Leadership, get the tips, tools, and strategies you need to cultivate and implement a strong leadership organization and to develop your own valuable leadership effectiveness.About the Author:
Peter A. Topping, Ph.D., is senior lecturer and executive director of executive education at Goizueta Business School at Emory University, ranked by BusinessWeek as one of the country's leading executive MBA programs. Dr. Topping's work has appeared in several professional publications, including Business and Economics Review and Journal of World Business. He has worked with a broad range of global organizations, including Coca-Cola, Bosch, Unum, Xerox, and Eastman Chemical.
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