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The Leaders Competencies By Dr. Gregory L. Cruell
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Ethnos Leadership (EL) is a principle-centered process synergized by a commitment to being and becoming a lifelong learner and leader. The EL process is contained in 3 modules (character,... More > capabilities and competencies), with 4 sessions per module in 5 phases. This 3rd and final book contains the 4 sessions of the competencies module, or “The Investment is Worth It.” Competence is the capacity to function in one’s profession successfully and efficiently. It includes a combination of knowledge, basic requirements (capabilities) skills, abilities, behavior, and attitude. The competent leader also understands the responsibility to pass the baton of leadership by authentic and not casual mentoring of others. The competent leader is on a never ending quest of proficiency and mastery of his or her profession for the sake of mentoring others. It is this drive and motivation that has proven to be the key to personal and organizational legacy.< Less
Ancient Society: Or Researches in the Lines of Human Progress from Savagery, Through Barbarism to Civilization By Lewis H. Morgan
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Renowned anthropologist Lewis H. Morgan examines the origins and history of humanity, sharing abundant insights on the conditions of primitive society. Of particular interest to Morgan is the... More > gradual process by which humans organized into civil societies. Examining a range of contrasting civilizations, from the Mayans to the Iroquois to the Romans, the author attempts to arrive at commonalities in how these peoples went from a primitive and barbaric early existence to a relatively civilized height, whereupon their greatest achievements left their mark. For the author, human civilization progressed in three broad stages - savagery, wherein hunter-gatherer behaviors, crude language and inbreeding is prevalent; barbarism, wherein the first centralized settlements and signs of organizational military and political hierarchy appear; and civilization, where humans are at their most organized and capable of great advances in science, wealth, culture and the general well-being of the population.< Less
When Thinking Matters In the Workplace By Keith Swenson & Jim Farris
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Executives and managers already know that smart people need freedom to innovate and create. Automation of their work, done haphazardly, can put strait-jackets on your most creative people. You don't... More > want to put in place technology that micro-manages your knowledge workers. "Robots don't innovate." "When Thinking Matters in the Workplace" is an in-depth review of how knowledge workers and innovators get their work done. It gives you the background of complex organizational behavior and matches that up with mature management approaches as well as business architecture. Then, it surveys the different kinds of technologies you might use to help innovators collaborate and get their work done. Naive approaches can lead down paths that actually make it harder for knowledge workers to get things done. Care must be taken to provide support that increases their productivity. This book provides some guidelines to avoid the worst pitfalls of an adaptive approach for supporting knowledge workers.< Less
Management By Responsibility Experiential Guide By Dr. G. Michael Durst
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Whether you are a newly-hired manager or an experienced chief executive, you and your staff can use this practical “how to” guide to achieve better results. Because it synthesizes all... More > relevant management theories, you won’t find a more informative book anywhere which will stimulate your thinking and help you solve your most difficult day to day problems than this one! While many managers realize that most difficulties stem from “people problems,” they lack a systematic way of dealing with them. The “Management By Responsibility” system can change by providing extensive background material on individual development, and techniques to change non-productive behavior so organizational goals can be reached. MBR promotes that we are totally, 100% responsible for our experience and our reactions to events. Rather than blaming circumstances or other people, MBR teaches people to take responsibility, which is the key concept for personal and professional development< Less
PSY 655 GRAND CANYON WEEK 2 COMPLETE WORK By Jon Snow
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PSY 655 GRAND CANYON WEEK 2 COMPLETE WORK Just Click on Below Link to Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/psy-655-grand-canyon-week-2-complete-work/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US PSY 655 Grand Canyon Week 2 Complete Work PSY655 PSY 655 Grand Canyon Week 2 Discussion 1 Latest November 2016 Discuss how the definition of trust from page 712 of the assigned article, “An Integrative Model of Organizational Trust,” relates to a leader’s role in the lives of followers? PSY 655 Grand Canyon Week 2 Discussion 2 Latest November 2016 Why do coworkers place more trust in coworkers trusted by leaders? How is this important to our understanding of workplace behavior and leadership? PSY 655 Grand Canyon Week 2 Assignment Latest November 2016 Details: Write a 1,000-1,250-word essay addressing the following question: 1. The antecedents of trust (ability, benevolence, and integrity) proposed in the assigned article,< Less
PSC 410 GRAND CANYON WEEK 5 COMPLETE By Jon Snow
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PSC 410 GRAND CANYON WEEK 5 COMPLETE Just Click on Below Link to Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/psc-410-grand-canyon-week-5-complete/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US PSC 410 Grand Canyon Week 5 Complete PSC 410 Grand Canyon Week 5 Discussion 1 Read Leading Through Share Values and The Role of Values in Servant Leadership. What role do the values of leaders play in organizational culture? PSC 410 Grand Canyon Week 5 Discussion 2 Considering the increased focus on values such as sustainability, environmental rights, human rights, and social responsibility, identify the behaviors and actions you might see in boards, senior leadership teams, and employees based on these values. PSC 410 Grand Canyon Week 5 Discussion 3 Find an organization with a mission and/or vision statement. What values do you see reflected in the statement? What important values are absent in your opinion?< Less
MGMT 591 COMPLETE WEEK DQ PACK LATEST-DEVRY By Jon Snow
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MGMT 591 COMPLETE WEEK DQ PACK LATEST-DEVRY Visit Below Link, To Download This Course: https://www.tutorialsservice.net/product/mgmt-591-complete-week-dq-pack-latest-devry/ Or Email us... More > on SUPPORT@TUTORIALSSERVICE.NET MGMT 591 Complete Week DQ Pack Latest-DeVry MGMT591 MGMT 591 Week 1 Discussion 1 Latest-DeVry OB Challenges (graded) This week, our text discusses the definition of organizational behavior, and in particular, its applied focus. Our lesson focuses on high-performance organizations (HPOs). However, in order to become a HPO, an organization needs to navigate the complexities of the workforce as well as mitigate the challenges that exist. What are some of the biggest challenges and opportunities that exist for managers in using OB concepts? Give specific examples. How can the study of OB help organizations work through these challenges successfully? MGMT 591 Week 1 Discussion 2 Latest-DeVry The Individual: Diversity in Organizations (graded)< Less
Intangible Capital - Vol 10, No 3 (2014) By OmniaScience
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Vol. 10, No. 3 (2014). Intangible Capital is an open access scientific journal that publishes theoretical or empirical peer-reviewed articles, which contribute to advance the understanding of... More > phenomena related with all aspects of management and organizational behavior, approached from the perspectives of intellectual capital, strategic management, human resource management, applied psychology, education, IT, supply chain management, accounting...< Less
Intangible Capital - Vol 12, No 2 (2016) By OmniaScience
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Vol. 12, No. 2 (2016). Intangible Capital is an open access scientific journal that publishes theoretical or empirical peer-reviewed articles, which contribute to advance the understanding of... More > phenomena related with all aspects of management and organizational behavior, approached from the perspectives of intellectual capital, strategic management, human resource management, applied psychology, education, IT, supply chain management, accounting...< Less
Intangible Capital - Vol 10, No 5 (2014) By OmniaScience
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Vol. 10, No. 5 (2014). Intangible Capital is an open access scientific journal that publishes theoretical or empirical peer-reviewed articles, which contribute to advance the understanding of... More > phenomena related with all aspects of management and organizational behavior, approached from the perspectives of intellectual capital, strategic management, human resource management, applied psychology, education, IT, supply chain management, accounting...< Less

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