- Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization
- Narrated by: Dan Pontefract
- Length: 10 hrs
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-24-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
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Your people are your most valuable asset, and if you want them to excel (and your profits to soar), you'll need to abandon your traditional command-and-control management style and adopt a collaborative, open leadership approach - one that engages and empowers your people. While this isn't a particularly new idea, many leaders, while they may pay lip service to it, don't really understand what it means. And most of those who do get it lack the skills for putting it into practice. In Flat Army you'll find powerful leadership models and tools that help you challenge yourself and overcome your personal obstacles to change, while pushing the boundaries of organizational change to create a culture of collaboration.
Develops an integrated framework incorporating collaboration, open leadership, technologies, and connected learning
Shows you how to flatten the organizational pyramid and engage with your peoples in more collaborative and productive ways - without undermining your authority
Explains how to deploy a Connected Leader mindset, a Participative Leader Framework, and a Collaborative Leader Action Model
Arms you with powerful tools for becoming a more visible leader who demonstrates the qualities and capabilities needed to become an agent of positive change
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Christina M. on 07-06-18
Heart and Mind
If you want to be a better leader and feel truly responsible for making your team better and happier, Dan's ideas will pull at your heart. Then he provides the basis and reasoning as well as some simple and more complex tools to become an engaged company. Numerous additional follow up sources presented as well...some of my next reads. Must read for leaders of people.
By Watchdog on 05-30-18
Like a REALLY long Freshman term paper
0 value, I made it as far as chapter 9... no real examples, just one cliché after the next sprinkled with political correctness.
And why do some Authors think they can voice act? Terrible boring voice tone, can't believe this was actually published.