Examining the baggage that most managers have and then helping them to understand the personal traits that can limit their potential, this book guides you through the pathway of self development, then takes you through management and leadership better practices, providing many implementation tools.
- All you need to know when getting prepared for a 'management role'
- How to develop 'conquest leadership' attributes
- Traits to make you a 'winning' CEO
- Latest thinking on KPIs, quarterly rolling planning, decision based reporting and performance related pay
- How to create Winning Management and Leadershp Habits
- Examines how to become More Financially Aware
This book is a very practical guide with templates, 'how to do it tools', stories about gifted leaders, checklists and examples and is devoid of all intellectual arguments on management. With directional guidance on what managers need to know in order to be able to manage and lead others, The Leading-Edge Manager's Guide to Success helps managers and 'managers to be' as they climb the 'management mountain.'
Keywords: leading-edge manager's guide to success, david parmenter, Vision, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Mentor, Job hunting, The enneagram, Hermann's thinking preferences, Myers Briggs profiling, behaviour change, Personal baggage, Inner Disarmament, The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle, Dalai Lama, Mind mapping, Treasure mapping, Self Recognition, Making decisions, Hydration, Nutrition, Continuous innovation, Post-it re-engineer, Business etiquette, Winning Work Habits, management course, Helping your boss summit, Stephen Covey, Time management, Power dressing, Performance review, Quality assurance checks, Carl Honour's In praise of slow, Better practice graphics, PowerPoint presentations, Searching the web, Interview techniques, Improving Team Performance, Performance reviews, Recruitment Practices, induction process, progress meetings, Off-Site Meeting, In-house customer satisfaction survey, sick leave, Pareto's 80/20 Principle, action meetings', one-minute manager techniques, Spencer Johnson, and Kenneth H. Blanchard, Team Balanced Scorecard, Cathy Pacific, Assessment centres, executive assistant, Financial Awareness, month end reporting, Selling Skills, Emotional Drivers, Supplier relationships, Using consultants, leadership lessons, Jeremy Hope, Harry Mills, KPIs, Characteristics of a KPI, critical success factors, balanced scorecard, Robert S Kaplan, David P Norton., Senior management team, Intranet, Walkabout, Senior managaer traits, Recruiting front line staff, Team Mission Statement, Toyota's 15 year advantage, Toyota's 15 principles, Sabbatical, Measuring CEO performance, Board reporting, Board dashboard, Mission, Vision and values, annual planning, Quarterly Rolling Planning, Daily and weekly reporting, Day one flash report, CEO summary report, Project reporting, A3 page investment proposal, Reporting the strategic objectives; risks; costs pressures, Staff opinion, HR team, Performance Bonuses, Take over or merger, Reorgnaisations, Checklists, Memos, Letters, The First 90 Days