From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership

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John Wiley & Sons, 2011 M03 10 - 224 páginas

Silver Medal Winner, Business and Leadership, 2012 Nautilus Book Awards

Respected former CEO, professor, and speaker examines what it takes to become a values-based leader

In this highly-anticipated book, Harry Kraemer argues that today's business environment demands values-based leaders who, in "doing the right thing," deliver outstanding and lasting results. The journey to becoming a values-based leader starts with self-reflection. He asks, "If you are not self-reflective, how can you know yourself? If you do not know yourself, how can you lead yourself? If you cannot lead yourself, how can you lead others?" Kraemer identifies self-reflection as the first of four principles that guide leaders to make choices that honor their values and candidly recounts how these principles helped him navigate some of the toughest challenges he faced in his career.

  • Offers a framework for adopting the principles of values-based leadership—self-reflection, balance, true self-confidence, and genuine humility—to lead organizations effectively
  • Based on Kraemer's popular Kellogg MBA course on values-based leadership
  • A recognized expert in values-based leadership, Kraemer is a sought after speaker on the subject

Lively and engaging, Kraemer's book comes at a critical time when true leadership in every facet of society is desperately needed.

 

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This book is repetitive from page 1. If all the repeats were cut out it would be fantastic. By page 14 it is incredibly frustrating to re-read the same content expressed in a different way.

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Harry M. Jansen Kraemer Jr. is the former chairman and CEO of Baxter International, a leading global health care company. In this book, he outlines the four primary principles of ethical, values-based leadership. Now a professor at the Kellogg School of Management, Kraemer is a veteran leader with much to teach about working ethically. He recounts how he handled various leadership crises and faced difficult issues, including the traumatic time when a Baxter medical product led to the deaths of 53 people. His examples demonstrate how he thought through his actual business problems based on being ethical, and how he put his values to work leading his company. getAbstract recommends this worthwhile treatise to business people at all levels.
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Contenido

SELFREFLECTION
13
BALANCE AND PERSPECTIVE
27
TRUE SELFCONFIDENCE
43
GENUINE HUMILITY
59
THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A VALUESBASED ORGANIZATION
77
LEADING WITH VALUES
79
TALENT MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
95
SETTING A CLEAR DIRECTION
111
MOTIVATION AND TEAM ENGAGEMENT
139
EXECUTION AND IMPLEMENTATION MAKING IT HAPPEN
151
LEADING YOUR ORGANIZATION FROM SUCCESS TO SIGNIFICANCE
167
THE COURAGE TO LEAD THROUGH CHANGE CONTROVERSY AND CRISIS
169
SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP
183
Acknowledgements
193
About the Author
197
Index
199

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
125

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Harry M. Jansen Kraemer Jr. is a professor of management and strategy at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, where he teaches in the MBA and the Executive MBA programs. He is an executive partner with Madison Dearborn Partners, one of the largest private equity firms in the United States, where he consults with CEOs and other senior executives of companies in MDP's extensive portfolio. Kraemer is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Baxter International Inc., a multibillion-dollar global health care company. He was voted the Kellogg School Professor of the Year in 2008. Visit www.fromvaluestoaction.com

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