Vital Integrities: How Values-based Leaders Acquire And Preserve Their Credibility

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All Square, Inc., 2005 - Business & Economics - 252 pages
This comprehensive and practical guide to leadership is designed to be every managers long-term companion, blending research with real-life stories, and highlighting six leadership principles--called Vital Integrities--critical to inspiring employees in todays age of corporate scandals.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Accept Challenges and Take Risks
23
Master both Listening and Speaking
55
Live By the Values They Profess
91
Freely Give Away Their Authority
115
Recognize the Best in Others
141
Have a Vision and Convince Others to Share It
169
Applying the Six Vital Integrities
201
Epilogue
237
Notes
239
Index
247
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George Brymer has nearly three decades of leadership experience, including nineteen years working for a Fortune 500 bank. He is the creator of The Leading from the Heart Work-shop, a three-day program that teaches values-based leadership in a fun, encouraging, and hands-on environment. The inspiration for his first book, Vital Integrities, came from his ex-periences, research, ideas, and enthusiasm for the craft of leadership. He and his wife Vicky live in Toledo, Ohio.

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