The 4 imperatives of great leaders pdf
The 4 Imperatives of Great Leaders by Stephen R. CoveyLeaders make the difference in great organizations
In today’s global, knowledge-based world, the call for organizational greatness is greater than ever before. Sustainable financial performance, intense customer loyalty, a winning culture, and a distinctive contribution in the marketplace are hallmarks of truly great organizations. Great organizations are created by great leaders—leaders who can unleash the highest and best contributions of their team toward their organization’s most critical priorities. Every organization and every leader aspires to greatness. But why do only a few achieve it? I believe the answer is in the execution of the 4 Imperatives.
The 4 Imperatives of Great Leaders by Stephen R. Covey
Sustainability is not unique to health, yet sustainability is a unique vehicle for promoting healthy values. This book challenges healthcare leaders to think through the implications of our decisions from fiscal, societal and environmental perspectives. It links health values with sustainability drivers in order to enlighten leadership about the value of sustainability as we move toward a new paradigm of health.
Stephen R. Covey
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Book Hill and Kent Lineback. You never dreamed being the boss would be so hard. You're caught in a web of conflicting expectations from subordinates, your supervisor, peers, and customers. You're constantly fighting fires. You're mired in office politics.
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Being the Boss: The 3 Imperatives for Becoming a Great Leader
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