High Performance

Alessandra, Tony
November 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Nov2010, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p17
The author offers advice on how corporate leaders can foster high performance among their employees regardless of their behavioral style. He defines positional power and personal power of organizational leaders that can influence their employees. He also provides an overview on the characters of four leadership styles, including the director, socializer, thinker and relater. To develop and enhance leadership styles, he recommends acknowledging that errors do occur, organizing tasks and taking various duties, and accomplishing them quickly.


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