Best Leaership Books
Coaching and mentoring has gain much attention in Asia-Pacific region over the recent years. “Coaching and Mentoring in the Asia Pacific” is the first book to put coaching and mentoring into an Asia Pacific context – exploring the challenges, benefits, approaches and practices.
The authors has provided content that highlights how organizations in the Asia Pacific Region can make effective use coaching and mentoring in cost-effective, culturally relevant ways. Overall a useful book for leaders, coaches and any practitioners planning to work on coaching and mentoring in the Asia Pacific.
We are faced with challenges everyday. Instead of looking at problems author Dr. Rick Goodman book “The Solutions Oriented Leader” will be a great read for transforming your leadership approach. The book will lead you through the everyday challenges of the modern workplace while providing you with easy-to-implement solutions to achieve world-class results!
The Solutions Oriented Leader shows you how to:
- Implement transformational leadership tools to help you achieve balance in business and your life
- Utilize communication systems that increase employee engagement and workflow
- Develop a positive attitude that motivates your team and increases retention
- Handle conflict and manage workplace burnout
Every leader can and must develop this most important of all management skills – how to handle people issues.
The Power of People Skills by Trevor Throness will teach you that there’s one primary difference between a great culture and a poor one: a great culture insists on having star players in every key seat, and a poor culture tolerates under performers. In this powerful book, you will learn how to:
- Make the people decisions that can double your results, relieve your stress, and cause team morale to soar.
- Attract and retain the very best talent.
- Deal with difficult people problems in an objective and kind way.
- Overcome the reluctance we all share to confront under performers.
Author Michael C Bush and the Great Place to Work Research Team has distilled the what makes “A Great Place to Work for All”.
Today’s business climate is defined by speed, social technologies, and people’s expectations of “values” besides value. As a result, leaders have to create an outstanding culture for all, no matter who they are or what they do for the organization. Through inspiring stories and compelling research, the authors demonstrate that great places to work for all benefit the individuals working there and contribute to a better global society. Read about their six elements of a ‘Great Place to Work For All’ model – leadership effectiveness, values, trust, maximising human potential, innovation and growth.
This book by Mark Hortstman is expressly aimed at managers of any level―with a behavioral framework designed to be tailored to your team’s specific needs.
- Understand your team’s strengths, weaknesses, and goals in a meaningful way
- Stop limiting feedback to when something goes wrong
- Motivate your people to continuous improvement
- Spread the work around and let people stretch their skills
Effective managers are good at the job and “good at people.” The key is combining those skills to foster your team’s development, get better and better results, and maintain a culture of positive productivity.
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