The Will to Lead: Managing with Courage & Conviction in the Age of Uncertainty
Irwin Professional Pub., Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 226 pages
The time is now ... maybe an old, familiar cliche in government, but in this case it's an imminent directive to our country's business leaders. Businesses and governments in other industrialized nations are taking revolutionary steps to improve their competitiveness, and the gap between them and the best U.S. firms is disappearing rapidly. Despite this blatant cue, leaders in most U.S. firms are still reluctant to step up to the plate and make hard choices. Divisions in our workplace have formed and it's just a matter of time before U.S. firms lose momentum and begin struggling to catch up. The Will to Lead takes a fresh-thinking stance on what's causing these divisions in our workplace, and how business leaders can develop the courage and conviction to meet the challenge.
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