A Time for Leadership : Global Perspectives from an Accelerated European Market Place
John R. Childress
Format: Hardcover, 208pp.
Publisher: The Leadership Press
Pub. Date: April 2000
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From The Publisher:
We have gathered nearly 100 interviews with Europe’s top business leaders who will add their voices to the over 20 years of experience drawn from working with companies around the world about the future of business and the world in the new millennium. We will explore the complexity of the business environment and the teamwork now required in this traditionally hierarchical European business framework. We will also hear about the evolution of culture as companies with operations in different countries, with different historical biases, attempt to build corporate cultures that break down previously defined boundaries. We will see how they create respect for their differences in such a way that they receive a boost from the diversity, from which, in turn, higher purposes emerge. And equally, we will show how an environment can emerge in which European executives can find a balance in their lives, able to work within the eye of the storm while keeping their personal lives vital and fulfilling.
This book will find a home on both sides of the Atlantic, as executives try to find that leg-up on the competition as we move forward into a new millennium.
About the Author
John Childress is CEO of Senn-Delaney Leadership International, UK. He has a master's degree from Harvard and over 20 years experience in business consulting, focusing specifically on executive coaching, change management, and leadership development.
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