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Gervase Bushe offers us a terrific perspective on leadership. There is great power in his idea that we construct the world and become effective when we get this, share this and get interested in the stories of others. This book makes leadership accessible to all, even the quiet, shy, avoid eye contact ones among us. It is also written with elegant simplicity. Buy it, read it, pass it around.
Peter Block,
Author of Flawless Consulting, The Empowered Manager and
Community: The Structure of Belonging
 
In Clear Leadership, Bushe provides the best insights yet into the dynamics that shape human relationships at work. Leaders should read this book to understand exactly what their role is in shaping interpersonal dynamics in their organizations and what they can do to create the productive climate that today's competitive environment demands.
Bill Pasmore, Senior Vice President and
Practice Leader, The Center for Creative Leadership

Gervase Bushe is a wise teacher. First he takes us by the hand and patiently leads us deep into the mush that constitutes so much of the non-communication of organizational life; then, after we have recognized ourselves as the creators of that mush, he gives us the knowledge and practical tools we can use to break through the mush and create the clarity essential to effective leadership.
Barry Oshry, President
Power & Systems,
Author of Seeing Systems
 
Tired of the same old drivel on leadership? Read Bushe's Clear Leadership for a novel view. His fresh insights and numerous practical suggestions on how to apply his ideas will leave you impatient to go out and make things happen
Jerry I Porras
Stanford Business School
Co-author of Built to Last
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Unspoken assumptions, buried resentments, crucial issues never discussed. Such "interpersonal mush," as author Gervase Bushe describes it, dominates today's workplace. It hampers honest communication, creates misunderstanding, and prevents teams, work groups, and entire organizations from realizing the promise of sustained partnership and collaboration. Answering the call for a proven set of skills to help cut through the mush, this new edition of CLEAR LEADERSHIP brings up to date the tools and techniques needed to build sustaining partnerships and make our collaborative organizations work: self-awareness, experience-based communication, authenticity, truth telling, and real conversastions.

In this update, Bushe has added fresh research, dozens of current workplace examples, and new chapters that examine what it takes to create partnerships in which people feel equally responsible for the success of joint projects or processes. Included now aare twenty-three skill-building exercises, specific tools and techniques that bring clarity and contemporary applications to the original model, and personal stories of how individuals at all levels of the organization have put the principles and practices of clear leadership into action and achieved outstanding results. Highlighting the latest research and practical experience in the field, Bushe provides new thinking on learning conversations, creating cultures of clarity, and the concepts of "parking reactions" and confronting as inquiry. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.


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