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by Michael S. Ph.D. Cole,Larry Cole

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  • ISBN 1886939616
  • ISBN13 978-1886939615
  • Language English
  • Author Michael S. Ph.D. Cole,Larry Cole
  • Publisher Oakhill Press (August 2004)
  • Pages 198
  • Formats docx mbr txt lrf
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Human Resources
  • Size ePub 1557 kb
  • Size Fb2 1138 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 543

Much has been written of the importance of workplace social behaviors and values. However, "The missing link in the discussions about the importance of social values in the workplace is a process to measure and monitor the use of the behaviors contained within each value." Empirically defining behavioral performance standards makes it possible to measure, monitor and adjust in real time to improve the efficiency of working relationships, in a manner similar to that for improving technical performances. Quantifying such unquantifiables as open communication, cooperation, trust and mutual respect is the ambitious goal of authors Larry and Michael Cole: two respected business professionals who have made their lives and their livelihoods putting the MBC Software® methodology, as described in People-Smart Leaders, to work. Identifying the three working relationships key to the success of every organization, they provide organizational leaders with a fresh vocabulary and a plentitude of tools for fostering this "people operating system": the foundation for a revolutionary systematic process bringing organizations into a new "people age."

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People-Smart Leaders : Maximizing People, Performance, and Profits. by Michael S. Cole and Larry Cole. The book describes how leaders with a high belief in people and their development have the slight edge over the average leader

People-Smart Leaders : Maximizing People, Performance, and Profits. The book describes how leaders with a high belief in people and their development have the slight edge over the average leader. I liked the practicality of the book and the reality of potential application. This book is much more than theory or opinion.

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Published by TeamMax®. How I treat people could be the determining ingredient that family, friends, coworkers, and strangers use to decide if they want to play or work with me. Or, for that matter, even speak to me. This means that success depends on my ability to interact with others-that is, it depends on my ability to act people smart. A commonly held belief is that our basic personality is formed by the age of six. That doesn’t mean that some of us receive the bad personality gene and, therefore, are doomed to have a bad personality.

This book is a rare gem, offering an optimistic message that there remain powerful leaders . Author of DARING GREATLY and RISING STRONG. Raymond M. Kethledge and Michael S. Erwin show you how to develop two practices.

This book is a rare gem, offering an optimistic message that there remain powerful leaders intent on being courageous and moral, and on finding 'transcendent meaning' in their vocation. Solitude is the birthplace of clarity and perspective. I’ve never met an effective leader-in any field or in private life-who doesn’t see solitude as crucial to their work in the world. One is systematically building pockets of solitude in your life.

Upon reading this book, you will learn the Seven Step Personal Change process and know how to manage the sources of energy that propel or interfere with change. Without doubt, your next change effort will exceed expectations. Second, we are tired of hearing that interpersonal skills can’t be taught!

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How can a leader successfully manage change if they do not know the energy systems that drive the change process? That probably speaks to the fact that 70% of organizational change efforts are buried in the idea of the month cemetery. Upon reading this book, you will learn the Seven Step Personal Change process and know how to manage the sources of energy that propel or interfere with change. Books related to Smart People, Work People Smart.

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Smart People Work People Smart. This eBook addresses two critical leadership responsibilities: Managing Change and Improving Interpersonal Effectiveness to maximize working relationships. First, virtually every leader that I have worked with (number in the thousands during my 23 year career) has agreed that one of their responsibilities is to lead change efforts.

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Rarranere
Here's another book written by consultants to articulate their perspectives on the work that leaders must do to guide their organizations to success. Describing a systems orientation to leadership of people, the authors encourage the use of data, assessments,

team work value statements, and their software.

Recognizing that many executives concentrate on the technical aspect of management, using metrics that enable them to measure their performance, the authors focus on "making abstract social skills more empirical." I found the text to be similar to other leadership books, but not delivering new knowledge or breakthrough thinking. Chapter 10 (Blueprint for Change) includes an interesting presentation of the process of overcoming resistance and the impact of persistence on achieving change. There were a few other parts of the book that organized thinking in a helpful format, though the authors used a lot of the reader's time quoting other writers in the leadership field. I was hoping for more original work.

Parts of the book seemed repetitive and, while the authors' software may be helpful, it was mentioned enough that I felt like I was being pitched. Interesting, there was no appendix explaining the software and its applicability. There is an index, but not a bibliography of all the books cited in the text.
The_NiGGa
These authors present an intriguing concept, i.e., measuring to monitor the people or soft skills and to data to continuously improve interpersonal performance and working relationships as my organization uses data to manage and improve our service

delivery service.

If you are interested in personal improvement, you'll be most interested in Chapter 5 as these authors provide several examples of behaviors to create such important values as trust, communication and respect. Any one reading this book could benefit from integrating these behaviors into their day-to-day workplace. And for those of us who are interested in personal development, Chapter 13 is especially useful as it details the windows through which we can learn about ourselves. The authors make an interesting point in that the perception of others is more important than one's self-perception. Finally, Chapter 9, 10, & 11 provide excellent information and a

blueprint to manage the energy systems inherent in organizational change. One reason many organizations struggle with implementing change is not managing the energy systems within change. These authors provide a blueprint to manage these energy systems.

I would highly recommend reading this book.
Fecage
Dr. Cole is on target with his identification of the number one issue of leadership; one's basic beliefs about people. The book describes how leaders with a high belief in people and their development have the slight edge over the average leader. I liked the practicality of the book and the reality of potential application. This book is much more than theory or opinion.