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Next-Generation Leadership

A Toolkit for Those in Their Teens, Twenties, & Thirties, Who Want to be Successful Leaders

Drawing on his five decades of leadership experience, William Byron outlines in this volume the theory, practice, and purpose of leadership. Intuition, humility, empathy, simplicity of lifestyle, and sound speaking and writing skills are all essential for effective leadership, and Byron devotes separate, in-depth chapters to each. Aimed at an audience now largely overlooked by leadership literature, Next Generation Leadership will appeal to the business, government, religion, and nonprofit leaders of tomorrow.

291 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2010

Economics and Business: Business--Business Economics and Management Studies

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Table of Contents


1.    Leadership Explained
2.    Looking at Leaders
3.    A Leadering Attitude
4.    Leaders Listen
5.    Leaders Speak
6.    Leaders Write
7.    Leaders Read
8.    Leaders Think
9.    Leaders Remember
10.  Leaders Decide
11.  Leaders Effect Change
12.  The Ethical Leader
13.  The Servant-Leader

Appendix: Principles of Ignatian Leadership
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