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Leadership through Trust


Leadership through Trust

Leveraging Performance and Spanning Cultural Boundaries

von: Gus Gordon

53,49 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 16.06.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319569550
Sprache: englisch

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This book proposes that the key ingredient to effective leadership is trust and that leaders must earn the trust of their colleagues to be successful. The author uses his experience as a CEO in Mexico, a low trust society, as the basis of his model of trust leadership, which incorporates empathy and servant leadership principles. This book bridges the gap of abstract leadership concepts to practical application and implementation of leadership principles. Scholars can learn from the first-hand experience of the author as CEO while leaders can become more effective by grasping the theoretical underpinnings of leadership that the author offers. 
Preface

Chapter 1: Basic Academic Theories of Leadership

Chapter 2: Leadership as it Relates to Organizational Behavior and Performance

           

Chapter 3:  Applied Trust Leadership 

 

Chapter 4:  Guiding Organizational Culture

 

Chapter 5:  Communication, Vision and Mission

 

Chapter 6:  Leadership and Metrics

 

Chapter 7: Concluding Thoughts
Gus Gordon is Professor of Accounting at the University of Texas at Tyler. Prior to returning to academia, Dr. Gordon co-founded a manufacturing company in Merida, Mexico that manufactures all types of garments for law enforcement agencies primarily in the U.S. and Canada.
This book proposes that the key ingredient to effective leadership is trust and that leaders must earn the trust of their colleagues to be successful. The author uses his experience as a CEO in Mexico, a low trust society, as the basis of his model of trust leadership, which incorporates empathy and servant leadership principles. This book bridges the gap of abstract leadership concepts to practical application and implementation of leadership principles. Scholars can learn from the first-hand experience of the author as CEO while leaders can become more effective by grasping the theoretical underpinnings of leadership that the author offers.  
Connects abstract leadership theories to the real world emotions, egos, stress and heat-of-the-moment decisions that leaders must makeOffers unique insight for integrating metrics into leadership strategies to leverage results from individuals and the organizationRelates strategies to lead in non-profit areas where bureaucratic postures often overwhelm leadership so that manipulative practices create negative and toxic environmentsSets leadership in the context of corporate values and ethics as the path to sustainability

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