Communicating leader, The - the key to strategic alignment 2/e
- Puth G
- ISBN: 9780627025242
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 232 Pages | Published: 2002
Successful organisations are characterised by excellent strategic leadership communication. The key role in this process is played by The Communicating Leader. This book explores and substantiates the role of the communicating leader, and provides practical guidelines to all organisational leaders on how to unlock the secret to strategic alignment.
Part 1 Fundamentals of leadership communication
1 Communication and leadership
2 Communicating leadership: from task leadership to people leadership
3 Leadership communication style
4 Beyond management: the art of leadership
Part 2 Leadership communication contexts
5 Leadership and corporate culture
6 Instituting change and leading the transition
7 From motivation to inspiration
8 Conflict management and decision making
Part 3 Strategic leadership contexts
9 Formulating strategy
10 Communicating for strategic alignment
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