Leadership and Management: A 3-dimensional Approach by Elaine McNichol, Susan Hamer, Lynne Wigens

By Elaine McNichol, Susan Hamer, Lynne Wigens

This ebook introduces the reader to the foundations and perform of potent management and administration with regards to themselves as somebody, a crew member and a practitioner with the customer.

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In: Group Dynamics Research and Theory, 3rd edn. (ed. ). Harper & Row, New York. Goleman, D. (1998) What Makes a Leader? Harvard Business Review. ): 93–102. Handy, C. (1993) Understanding Organisations. Penguin Group, London. Herrmann, N. (1993) The Creative Brain. The Ned Herrmann Group, North Carolina. Johns, C. (2004) Becoming a Reflective Practitioner, 2nd edn. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford. Johnson, S. (1998) Who Moved My Cheese? Vermilion, London. Kouzes, J. and Posner, B. (1997) Leadership Practices Inventory, 2nd edn.

George was very good at creating a vision of what could be and developing people to follow his vision. He was motivated by new and exciting ideas that required someone to lead from the front. However, he was less enthusiastic about putting in the structures and processes that were required to follow through on the ideas and turn them into sustainable, successful initiatives. This would have been all right if George had identified someone who was good at implementing a vision and following through.

How you behave and therefore how you are perceived as a leader is your choice. A useful strategy is to think in metaphors, as that will free you up to think more conceptually and to generate a big picture of how you want to be as a leader. Understanding yourself as a leader 49 tcelfeR Reflective activity If you were to represent your approach to leadership as if it was a car, what would it be? Take five minutes to draw or write down what the car would look like. Would it be a saloon, a vintage, a 4 x 4, or a racing car?

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