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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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