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Synopsis: The author has set out a new description of the poetic leader while offering practical guidance for people to develop better (and more comfortable) leadership skills. It considers the role of creativity in leadership, what it means to be a creative leader, and how the choices made in any leadership role have their parallels in the creative world of poetry. It achieves this by highlighting how creative solutions, choice of language and approaches to engagement can shift the paradigm of the different challenges faced by leaders, managers and coaches. By analysing different aspects of leadership the author has developed a unique approach to leadership which ties in with the growing trend of businesses looking for meaning in the workplace. It offers models of leadership that are more authentic, articulate, thoughtful yet resilient and that will contribute to happier individuals, colleagues, customers and society. This book is perfect for those interested in discovering new models of leadership, and particularly those hunting for new ways of thinking about their challenges, rather than having a check list of things to do. During the course of the book the reader will understand what it means to be a creative leader in the modern workplace by learning how to utilise the structures of poetic writing to inform their leadership approach. It shows how the choices made in any leadership role have their parallels in the creative world of poetry by using examples from the experiences and stories of existing leaders. The reader's voyage of discovery is helped by utilising the fundamental building blocks of poetic writing: structure and form; the choice of language and voice; rhyme and reason; the role of narrative; showing and telling, and looks at how these can be used to guide the leader through choices.
About the Author: Dr. Sam Chittenden is a published poet (as Beth Somerford), an actor and director. She has twenty years' public sector leadership experience, and runs Different Development, based in Brighton, using arts-based approaches such as theatre, storytelling and poetry for organisational and personal development.
Title: Rhyme and Reason: The Poetry of Leadership
Publisher: Different Development
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Different Development, 2014. Soft cover. Condition: Good. Has some light general reading/shelfwear - otherwise this is a clean, tight copy. Quick dispatch from the UK. Seller Inventory # 061148