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CONTENTS Foreword by Gayle Beebe viii PART ONE: THE MODEL 1 Chapter 1: About the People Model 3 Chapter 2: Three Basic Sets of Strengths 7 Chapter 3: Three Basic Sets of Weaknesses 19 PART TWO: THE NARRATIVE 27 Chapter 4: The Birth of the People Model 29 Chapter 5: A Complex Situation 41 Chapter 6: Three Types of Executive Leaders 55 Chapter 7: Three Aspects of a Company 67 Chapter 8: Taking Inventory 79 Chapter 9: Hiding Your Trash or Not 89 Solutions Chart 99 Chapter 10: Three Fundamental Temptations 103 Chapter 11: Three Kinds of Power 111 Chapter 12: Leading above the Line 127
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PART THREE: THE APPLICATION 143 Chapter 13: Explanatory Power
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Unformatted text preview: 145 Chapter 14: Motivational Power 151 Chapter 15: Creative Power 157 Final Insights 163 Acknowledgments 167 PART FOUR: THE TOOLS 171 The People Model Test 173 The People Model Chart 180 The People Model Workbook 181 Setting Up Your Small Group 181 Seeing the People Model in Everyday Life 184 Going Deeper with Yourself 186 Becoming a Better Strategist 188 Becoming a Better Humanitarian 189 Becoming a Better Diplomat 191 Finding Help to Rise above the Line 192 The Power of the People Model 193 Staying above the Line 194...
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