Leader to Leader (LTL), Volume 57, Summer 2010

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 6, 2010 - Business & Economics - 64 pages
Get insightful articles on leadership, management, and strategy written by today's leaders with this award-winning journal. Brought to you by the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute, Leader to Leader brings together a peerless selection of world-class executives, best-selling management authors, top consultants, and respected social thinkers. Leader to Leader poses provocative questions that challenge your leadership assumptions and provides compelling evidence powerful enough to change your leadership thinking while offering thoughtful analysis of complex leadership issues.
 

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Contents

HeSSeLBeIN CoMPaNY
4
How to focus on where the world is going unencumbered by existing systems and structures
11
PITTINSKY
18
The forces that promote cohesion inhibit collaborationand what to do about
24
Managing requires a nuanced approach something not taught in the MBA curriculum
34
Three critical imperatives that leaders and followers frequently overlook
45
How Apollo Tyres of India has nurtured strategies that help it weather tough periods
51
FroM tHe FroNt LINeS
58
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Frances Hesselbein is the President and CEO of the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute and its Founding President. Prior to founding the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute, Hesselbein served as the CEO for the Girl Scouts of the USA. She is an expert in the field of leadership development and has been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. An award-winning journal of the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute, Leader to Leader, brings together a peerless selection of world-class executives, best-selling management authors, top consultants, and respected social thinkers. Leader to Leader poses provocative questions that challenge leadership assumptions and provides compelling evidence powerful enough to change leadership thinking.

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