The New SuperLeadership: Leading Others to Lead Themselves

The truly effective leader today must be one who leads others to lead themselves. The rapid pace of change demands fast and flexible responses throughout the organization-there's no time to wait for directives from the top. And the highly-skilled workers so vital to organizational success also demand a high degree of independence. Old-fashioned command-and-control leadership is just too slow and stifling. Charles Manz and Henry Sims, Jr. pioneered the concept self-leadership in their bestselling more...
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