Our members have extensive experience in their various areas of consulting. Some have written books to pass that information on. Here are some:
Connected Leadership: Engage Your Workforce to Lead Themselves
Connected Leadership (author Francis Eberle, Ph.D.) builds and enables effective teams. Leadership is not a solo occupation. You need to tap into your people’s expertise if you want your organization to survive and flourish. To succeed in the competitive, rapidly changing business ecosystem that’s happening around us, you must take a more collaborative approach to leadership. Engage your people and empower them by sharing leadership, goal-setting, and authority—in other words, effectively connect with your team.
Connected Leadership will show you:
● Why connected leadership is the future of organizations
● How to set goals that engage everyone on the team
● How to know as a leader when to step up or step back
Buy on Amazon. Find more information and free downloads of exercises on the book's website.
The Arrogant Leader
Dealing with the Excesses of Power
The authors, Stephen Jenks and Fritz Steele, provide understanding of arrogance and helpful strategies for dealing with arrogance in others and, even occasionally, in oneself.
To purchase the book, send a check for $15.00 to Stephen Jenks, 123 Neal Street, Portland, ME 04102 (a 25% reduction from the list price, and includes shipping)., or visit Amazon.com.
The Power of Difference
From Conflict to Collaboration in Five Steps
The Power of Difference, written by Dana Morris-Jones, Ph.D., provides a comprehensive roadmap for anyone who works in an organization and struggles with the frustration of unresolved conflict that is often the source of work disruption and disengagement.
From Chaos to Creativity and Careers
Create the Career Success You Deserve in a Turbulent Economy
This book (author Bill Stone, Promising Futures, Inc.) represents over twenty years of helping outplaced workers find inspiration, hope, motivation, and new jobs! “From Chaos to Creativity and Careers” utilizes the principles of Chaos Theory to help the reader take a realistic and optimistic view of personal possibility. The user-friendly exercises break a seemingly daunting process down into practical, manageable steps with specific activities to guide and empower the reader. The tools offered here allow the reader to go right to work for instant and long-term payoffs.