Managerial Leadership outlines a comprehensive approach to leadership that works, one that recognises the interactions between the leader, the task and the followers. Discussing the competencies and principles that define leadership throughout an organisation, and featuring case studies of benchmark organisations from Coca-Cola and Home Depot to Xerox and Fluor Daniel it provides a focused yet wide-ranging analysis into recognising and developing one's own leadership personality. Discussions include. # Proven steps for developing a personalised leadership plan and putting that plan into action. # Methods to foster learning on the way to creating a learning organisation # Ways to identify key competencies for influencing one's followers today and in the future. # How popular "360" Feedback" tools can enhance leadership behaviours or be organisationally destructive. # Ten specific suggestions to promote risk-taking and innovation among associates. # Techniques for providing constructive criticism in a clear no-nonsense fashion. # Practical ways to successfully manage across cultures in a global context.
Bhuwan Giri (b.1977 : Pauri, Garhwal) started his early education from a nearby village school located in Pauri. He holds a Master of Business Administration from United Institute of Management. Allahabad (2000). He served as Lecturer during 2000-2002 in a private college located in Allahabad. His areas of interest are Business Management, Managerial Economics, Leadership and Management Information System. Presently he is pursuing his M.Phil from Agra University. He has also worked for various schools and NGOs to make them aware of the current scenario of management and work for management of School. He is associated with some of the renowned journals and newspapers for covering the management areas. He has authored and presented a number of papers during various seminars and conferences in India and abroad and has several publications to his credit.
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