6 edition of Person-centered leadership found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jeanne M. Plas.|
|LC Classifications||HD5660.U5 P53 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|ISBN 10||0803955987, 0803959990|
|LC Control Number||95050204|
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This book explores the significance of person-centered thinking for leadership in education. Section 1 describes why it is important for school leaders to understand how people's belief systems drive their personal and professional behavior. Section 2 focuses on the need for school leaders to understand how and why people respond to, or resist, change, and section 3 details how organizations Cited by: Get this from a library! Person-centered leadership: an American approach to participatory management. [Jeanne M Plas] -- "Why hasn't TQM (total quality management) worked as well in the United States as it has elsewhere? In the United States, employees seem to prefer recognition of individual achievement over.
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Offering an alternative, person-centered leadership, which puts the individual at the very center of the management approach, author Jeanne M. Plas demonstrates effective, psychology-based, person-centered management techniques using contemporary examples--many of them drawn from her research and consulting work with successful U.S.
businesses and CEOs. Leadership Person By Person An Introduction PART ONE: PERSON-CENTERED LEADERSHIP: THE FUNDAMENTALS, THE PAST, THE FUTURE Wholeness at Work Hearts, Hands, Spirits, Minds Historical Perspectives on the Relationship of the Individual to the Corporate Organization Teamwork and Individualism The Changing Culture The Context for BusinessPrice: $ The groundbreaking core of the book shows how this participatory management strategy, Person-Centered Leadership, can be incorporated with great success into high-stress non-profit organizations.
The book describes a unique approach to participatory management that shows much promise Person-centered leadership book working well within individualist-oriented countries such as the US or the UK. Person-centered leadership is a unique form of participatory management that directs as much attention to the individual as to the team, requires senior leadership to be responsible for empowering people at all levels of Person-centered leadership book organization, and develops quality through continuous attention to organizational culture and system processes (c.f., Arnold & Plas, ; Briskin, ; Pfeffer, This book demonstrates that the recent participatory management failures are the result of a lack of appreciation for the cultural role of rugged individualism, and offers an alternative, person-centred leadership which puts the individual at the very centre of the management approach.
Person-centered leadership for nonprofit organizations: Management that works in high pressure systems / by Jeanne M. Plas and Susan E. Lewis. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN X (cloth: acid-free paper) 1. Nonprofit organizations—United States—Management.
Leadership. Management—Employee participation. Lessons in Leadership for Person-Centered Elder Care 1st Edition by Nancy Fox (Author) ISBN Brand: Health Professions Press. Author Stephen R. Covey’s ground-breaking book, Principle-Centered Leadership, is the higher-octave bookend of his earlier foundation book, the #1 International Best-Seller: The 7 Habits of Highly-Effective People.
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people centered leadership noun 1 a holistic approach to unleashing the power and potential of people in organizations. 2 a leadership point of view that developing competence and confidence in people increases engagement, commitment, performance, results, and alignment at all levels of an organization.
3 a philosophy that reflects the belief that people want to be magnificent and that a. Person-Centered Leadership. Some tenets of this new thinking include the following: Person-centered leaders believe that leadership is a behavior. Not just a position. All of us will at times be called to act as leaders, not just those of us with formal titles.
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This book presents a new way of viewing leadership: how to become person-centered leaders. Rather than relying on outdated ways of managing schools, principals and other leaders must take up the challenge of paying attention to the people issues of the school.
Lessons in Leadership for Person-Centered Elder Care book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The current imperative to make health /5(3). Get this from a library. Person-centered leadership for non profit organizations: management that works in high pressure systems.
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An emphasis on human beings, or a person-centered view, suggests that people do not respond directly to forces exerted on them; rather, they behave according to the meanings that exist for them at a given time.
We also have emphasized that effective leadership is composed of more than knowledge about specific subject matter or “right” methods. Person-Centered Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations by Jeanne M. Plas,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2).Product Description.
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