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Leadership: Plain and Simple (2nd Edition) (Financial Times Series) Paperback – June 30, 2012
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From the Back Cover
This is an extraordinarily powerful book, full of deep, inspiring ideas that are simple, practical and make a real difference.
Dame Fiona Reynolds, Director General, The National Trust
Future Engage Deliver has to be the simplest, fastest way for anyone to grow as a leader.
Hugh Burkitt, Chief Executive, The Marketing Society
Leadership isnt complicated. Keep it simple. Make it count.
Leadership expert, Steve Radcliffe, believes the topic of leadership is too often presented as complicated and only for a chosen few. His simple, practical approach to leadership, called Future Engage Deliver, invites us all to see ourselves as leaders.
Described by The Times as the 'no-nonsense approach shaking up the world of leadership', this book really does offer instantly-applicable advice. It contains no jargon or irrelevant theory, just practical insights, straightforward actions and simple guidelines to accelerate your growth as a leader.
Whether you need guidance to lead an organisation or team or just want to feel more confident and effective at work, this book will show you how.
About the Author
Steve Radcliffe is one of Europes most successful leadership coaches and the head of Steve Radcliffe Associates. Best known for his Future Engage Deliver leadership model, over the last 20 years he has worked with hundreds of chief executives, directors and their teams, in organisations as diverse as Unilever, First Direct, the National College of School Leadership and the UKs Civil Service, where he contributes to the prestigious High Potential Development Scheme.
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p.s. Below please find some of my favorite passages for your reference.
The ability to maintain perspective in the midst of action is critical. We call this skill "getting off the dance floor and going to the balcony", an image that captures stepping back from the action and asking, "What's really going on here?" pg40
Engage is fundamentally different to "communicate at" or "tell" and not enough people get this. Pg47
In Leader Mode, you don't just get the job done, you also consciously build the relationship at the same time. Pg67
The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers. - Ralph Nader pg83
It's easy to get good players. Getting them to play together, that's the hard part.. pg142
The greatest danger a team faces isn't that it wont become successful, but that it will, and then cease to improve. - Mark Sanborn Pg143
Owners think differently from non-owners because ownership is a state of mind. It's about caring. Non-owners may be more inclined to pursue self-interest. Owners transcend functional boundaries. Pg150