Not a member?     Existing members login below:

Business Textbooks Ebooks

Supportive Leadership

Supportive Leadership

Downloads: 96

Published: 2 years ago

Rating: Rated: 1 times Rate It

  • 1 star
  • 2 stars
  • 3 stars
  • 4 stars
  • 5 stars

Author: Günther H. Schust

Book Description Report this book

Leadership in the 21st Century needs a paradigm change!<br /> Organizations will only distinguish themselves - from others on the market - by high level of self-responsibility, (mental) fitness and a faster learning, innovating and realizing capacity. Therefore leadership reaches a new dimension once it ceases to lay down rules, to be restrictive and controlling, but instead starts to offer initiatives and support according to the respective situation, to offer scope of action and encourage environment visions. Constant learning from (project) tasks will become everybody’s goal - as well as - learning from errors.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Günther H. Schust

Professor Günther H. Schust, Munich, is Lecturer in Leadership, Personnel, Project and Innovation Management at the Universities of Applied Sciences in St. Gallen (Swiss), Zurich-Winterthur (Swiss), Kempten, Hamburg and Munich (Germany). He is Co-Partner of IHH International Head Hunters Management- und Personalberatungsges. mbH, Munich www.i-h-h.com and advises leading companies of various sizes in their search, selection and further development of executives and experts – worldwide. Moreover, he is a member of the scientific advisory council of SCOPAR Scientifc Consulting Partners, Munich www.scopar.de. Together with his colleagues he is realising the “Leadership Certifi cate for Executives”, by which sustainable innovation, problem-solving and personal competences are to be imparted. Further publications on: “Human Performance Management – how to induce employees to create added value”, published as part of the series “Die Lernende Organisation” (= “The Learning Organization”) by the scientific and technical publisher Rosenberger, Germany. Further information at: www.human-performance-management.de.

You may also like...

  • Rhetoric and Practice of Reward Management
    Rhetoric and Practice of Reward Management Business Textbooks by Rosario Longo
    Rhetoric and Practice of Reward Management
    Rhetoric and Practice of Reward Management

    Reads:
    142

    Pages:
    510

    Published:
    Aug 2014

    "Reward practitioners need to know all of the theories that may impact reward and try. On the basis of this knowledge practitioners need to design and develo...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • Business Ethics
    Business Ethics Business Textbooks by Jose A. Cruz-Cruz, William Frey
    Business Ethics
    Business Ethics

    Reads:
    346

    Pages:
    249

    Published:
    Jan 2014

    This module poses an ethical dilemma, that is, a forced choice between two bad alternatives. Your job is to read the scenario and choose between the two horns...

    Formats: PDF

  • Project Management 101
    Project Management 101 Business Textbooks by Linh Luong
    Project Management 101
    Project Management 101

    Reads:
    699

    Pages:
    327

    Published:
    Dec 2013

    A textbook on the basic principles of project management containing topics on the history of project management, project management defined, project life cycl...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle

  • The Theory of Business Enterprise
    The Theory of Business Enterprise Business Textbooks by Thorstein Veblen
    The Theory of Business Enterprise
    The Theory of Business Enterprise

    Reads:
    223

    Pages:
    137

    Published:
    Dec 2013

    A textbook on business enterprise containing topics on the aims, motives, and means that condition current business traffic with emphasis given to the feasib...

    Formats: PDF, Epub

Remove