Developmental Leadership: Equipping, Enabling, and Empowering Employees for Peak Performance

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Trafford Publishing, 2011 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
Providing an example of excellence is important for organizational leaders who want employees to commit to peak performance and continual improvement. But, by itself, it is not enough. Organizational leaders must also develop employees in ways that equip, enable, and empower them so they are able to fulfill their commitment. This book provides 20 tested and proven best practices executives, managers, and supervisors can use to lead employees to peak performance and continual improvement and their organizations to excellence. Readers will learn how to get the best from employees on a consistent basis by providing better leadership, management, and supervision for them
 

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Dr. Goetsch is the author of 70 books on supervision, management, and leadership. He is a widely-known corporate trainer and consultant for more than 100 client firms in the areas of organizational excellence and achieving peak performance and continual improvement from employees.

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