Leaders Start to Finish: A Road Map for Developing Top Performers

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American Society for Training and Development, Mar 10, 2012 - Business & Economics - 328 pages
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Are you responsible for creating a leadership training program for your organization, but don’t know where to start? Do you already have experience in developing leadership training programs, but want to improve the efficacy of your current offering? Either way, Leaders Start to Finish offers detailed, specific insight and instructions on how to develop highly effective leadership training programs that will produce engaged and authentic leaders in your organization.

Within the framework of providing detailed, workable, real-world suggestions and examples for building or improving your leadership program, some of the specific topics covered in Leaders Start to Finish include: 

- developing authentic, engaged leaders
- closing the gap on generational leadership
- utilizing leadership competencies
- developing strategic and tactical plans
- planning for smooth, efficient succession
- developing human capital
- leading with integrity, values, intuition, and stronger ethics
- building stronger teams
- managing the talent cycle
- becoming an influential leader
- incorporating the “three Ps” – purpose, passion and performance – into your leadership training
- reviewing current leadership trends

With numerous case examples from the real world, as well as checklists, discussion questions, practical exercises, training tips, and more, Leaders Start to Finish gives you everything you need to create a professional, effective leadership training program, whether you’re starting from scratch or are interested in improving your current training protocols.


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Civility and the Human Side of Leadership
Minding the Gap on Generational Leadership
Brand and Expand Your Organizations Talent With Competencies
Dont Lose Your MojoCreate a Leadership Plan for Everyone Today
Leaders Guide to Developing Strategic and Tactical Plans
Succession Planning Takes Talent Management
Leadership and Corporate Culture Strategies for Developing Human Capital
Hope and Trust Start on the Path to Leadership Empowerment
Managing Knowledge While Learning Faster Than the Competition
Vision and Purpose Build Confidence and Excitement in Leaders
Purpose Passion and Performance The Three Ps
Measure Whats Important Whats Getting Done and Forget the Rest
Brand Leaders for Talent
Road Map to Top Performance Coaching Feedback

Leading With Integrity Values Intuition and Stronger Ethics
Building Stronger TurboCharged Teams
Leading in a Virtual WorldLeaders Will Require Telepresence
Coaching for Success and the Talent Management Cycle
Performance Management Using Communications Excellence
Becoming an Influential Leader
The Marathon Margin Success System for Leaders Tool Kit
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 Anne Bruce is a bestselling, award-winning author of 16 books, which have been translated into 24 languages. Thousands of people around the world have adopted Anne’s no-nonsense approach to Discover True North and have learned to be the author of their life story. Anne dispenses humor, wit, wisdom, and real-world insights from the speaker’s platform and international seminar stage with her popular presentations. She has had the privilege to speak for teams and leaders at the White House, the Pentagon, GEICO, Saks Fifth Avenue, Coca Cola, IBM, Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways, Harvard and Stanford Law Schools, Ben & Jerry’s, Baylor Medical University, the American Red Cross, the Conference Board of Europe, and the American Society of Training & Development (ASTD). For information on training, keynotes, fees, and availability on programs associated with this book and other Anne Bruce bestsellers, go to Anne’s website: AnneBruce.com or email Anne@AnneBruce.com.

Stephanie Montanez has been called one of California’s HR thought leaders, as well as a subject matter expert in improving employee performance through a wide variety of tried-and-true methods. Formerly an HR professional with Imperial Wallcoverings and Qualex, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of KODAK, Stephanie now heads up the HR division as director in one of America’s most highly regarded and successful medical billing companies, based in Northern California. She also created the organization’s employee development and coaching division, with locations throughout California and Arizona. Montanez is the executive producer and the voice and face of HumanResourcesSources.org and its popular internal media programming channel. For further information or questions associated with this book or the HumanResourcesSources.org website you can email Stephanie at Steff@HumanResourcesSources.org.

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