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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/7/11 What Leaders Really John P. Kotter
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7/7/11 Table of Content Leadership at the turn of the Century Part 1- Leadership and Change Choosing Strategies for Change What Leaders Really Do Leading Change Part 2- Dependency and Networks Power, Dependence, and Effective Management
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7/7/11 Leadership at the Turn of Century Most organizations today lack the leadership they need. I'm not  talking about a deficit of 10% but of 200%, 400%, or more in  positions up and down the hierarchy.  This is not to say that untalented, unenergetic people occupy  managerial positions.  The problem is that far too few of these people are providing the  leadership that is increasingly needed in business, government,  everywhere.
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7/7/11 The central issue here is not one of style.  In a globalizing world with a better-educated  workforce that is no longer inclined to be seen  and not heard, a new leadership style is in fact  called for, but style is not the key leadership  issue. Substance is.  It is about core behavior on the job, not 
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7/7/11 Instead of nurturing talent, encouraging people to lead  and to learn from mistakes and successes, organizations  all too often ignore leadership potential, offer no relevant  training or role models, and punish those who make small  errors while trying to lead.  The confusion around some of these points occasionally  strikes me as staggering. People say "leadership" but  describe "management," talk only of a commanding style,  serve up speeches about how more than one leader creates
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