Managing Leadership is an essential guide to understanding what organizational leadership really is and how to harness it to the service of today's organizations. Author Jim Stroup brings to the topic of organizational leadership over 30 years of experience as a student of and participant in leadership in military, civilian, and governmental organizations around the world. In a compellingly drawn argument, Stroup provides a clear and actionable solution to the leadership crisis facing the owners, directors, and managers of contemporary organizations. Learn why today's concept of individual leadership has to be scrapped: As It places on qleadersq untenable burdens that irresistibly lead to isolation, loss of direction-and disloyalty. As It represents the surrender of our organizations, their owners and stakeholders to the qleadersq and their qvisionq. As Managers must regain control of today's organizations in all fields. Discover how to: As Properly understand what leadership in an organization really is. As Manage leadership as a resource like any other in the organization. As Guide today's organizations out of the individual leadership crisis and into the intelligent management of leadership. Managing Leadership will show owners and managers how to take back control of their organizations and direct them with effective, no-nonsense managerial integrity.The battle is joined on a battlefield that suddenly has become empty of both friend and foe. ... Hi5 instinct is to move up alongside of them, and, whether at their behest or on his own, he does so. He still may not ... He is once more in the midst of his own unit, and he turns his attention yet again to the search for a better position from which to support its mission, at forward position. The process begins again.
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