GettingThingsDone

GettingThingsDone - The Art of Leadership p Getting Things...

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The Art of Leadership Getting Things Done ecturer Lecturer Mr. Brad Fregger
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Alternate Lectures Definition A Comprehensive Look at Practical Leadership Methods
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Alternate Lectures Definition Comprehensive covering completely or broadly Practical manifested in practice or action; ot theoretical or ideal not theoretical or ideal
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While We’re Looking at Definitions Maverick n independent individual who does not An independent individual who does not go along with a group or party.
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Leadership Vs. Management “Find the right people, show them how good they are, and et out of their way ” get out of their way. Joe Kipper’s Story
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The Effective Leader Definition Characteristics of the Effective Leader
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The Effective Leader A leader who gets the job done in ways that increase the competence, confidence, and potential of the individual members of the team being led, while building a team that can accomplish the seemingly impossible (at the very least the extremely difficult); all to the long-term benefit of the organization.
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Characteristics Committed to the goals of the organization Highly principled, ethical, can be trusted Able to find, recruit, and motivate the best people Able to build and maintain critical business and personal relationships Able to create an environment where people can excel Genuinely curious about how others think and the ideas/opinions they have
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Characteristics Sensitive to cues concerning potential problems and opportunities A lack of ego around problem-solving and decision-making Not afraid to make the tough decisions, but only after deep consideration Highly intuitive and not afraid to trust those feelings xtremely eative ot afraid to consider impossible Extremely creative , not afraid to consider impossible ideas
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Characteristics Willing to take risks, especially when the situation warrants it Willing to embrace the unexpected and the resulting possibilities Willing to accept responsibility for one’s actions (or inactions) and the results Compelled to effective mentoring, to pass on skills and philosophies Uses centering techniques for relaxation and heightened awareness
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ow Are We Doing? How Are We Doing?
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course MGT 3303 taught by Professor Bell during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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