Lion Taming

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GREENDRAGON PUB, Sep 1, 2002 - Self-Help - 240 pages
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Do you have a Vision for yourself and your enterprise that captures others' imaginations and inspires loyalty? Lion Taming gives you live examples of leaders who have done just that, and practical means for capitalizing on your personal leadership style. It can spark radical acceptance of your leadership potential. It stimulates awareness of your never-to-be-duplicated personal vision and a specific focus on concrete actions and attitudes; for today, next week or a year from now. Your adventure with Lion Taming gives you means for providing yourself and your enterprise with A sense of "Who we are," and "Who we are becoming" (Vision). Clarity about "What we are on the planet to do" (Mission). Important, concrete, measurable, Mission-created outcomes. Plans and tactics requiring action and accountability long-term and daily. An arsenal of trust producing approaches, to inspire and maintain loyalty in all your essential business relationships. Through the eyes and experiences of learn-as-you-go corporate leaders, Lion Taming lays out a plan for acquiring a focused, action-producing vision of yourself and your enterprise. These real life leader-successes are very different from each other. Their lives are a call for leaders, and those who aspire to lead, to be true to their own most natural leadership style, turn it into a plan, and do it "

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Don Johnson is the Managing Partner of Don L. Johnson Enterprises. He has consulted in Organizational Development for over twenty years, and has been a Lecturer, Training Director and High School Social Studies Teacher. He has a B.A. from Bethel College, of St. Paul, Minnesota and a subsequent Theology Degree from Bethel Theological Seminary. His continuing graduate work has been in the areas of Juvenile Delinquency, Secondary Education and Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques. Don has written manuals on a variety of Organization and Human Development topics from Corporate Visioning and Strategic Planning to Delegation and Time Management. He currently lives in Minnesota with his wife, Pam.

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