Publisher description for The leadership challenge : how to keep getting extraordinary things done in organizations / James M. Kouzes, Barry Z. Posner.


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The leadership book that outshines them all, completely revised and updated for today's new business realities. Grounded in extensive research, The Leadership Challenge captures the continuing interest in leadership as a critical aspect of human organizations. Kouzes and Posner, the premier leadership experts working today, explore their rich experience with leaders in public and private organizations around the world. With engaging stories and their own keen insights, they delve into the fundamental aspects of leadership to help readers keep pace with our ever-changing world.Completely revised and updated
At a time when words like 'inspiration' or 'spirit' are sometimes used with embarrassment, the authors restore those lofty concepts to their rightful place at the core of successful business.''
--Norman Lear, chairman and CEO, Act III Communications

I not only enjoyed it . . . found myself constantly nodding and saying to myself, 'That's right! That's how it's done! That's what it feels like!' You certainly captured the essence of what I've found is at the heart of transforming leadership.''
--Robert Haas, chairman and CEO, Levi Strauss & Co.
The leadership book that outshines them all, completely revised and updated for today's new business realities. Grounded in extensive research, The Leadership Challenge captures the continuing interest in leadership as a critical aspect of human organizations. Kouzes and Posner, the premier leadership experts working today, explore the evolving essence of quality leadership in public and private organizations around the world. They demonstrate how visionary leaders keep accomplishing extraordinary things. And they address current challenges such as the new cynicism, the electronic global village, and the shift to team-oriented work relationships. With engaging stories and their own keen insights, they delve into the fundamental aspects of leadership to help readers keep pace with our ever-changing world.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Leadership.
Executive ability.
Management.