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Deepening the Leadership Journey
Nine Elements of Leadership Mastery




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ISBN 9780367478360
December 21, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
152 Pages 12 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Deepening The Leadership Journey is a compendium of topical (and in some cases imponderable) situations for which leadership is either applicable or in need. This new book uses the nine elements in application to five challenges facing the current generation of leaders: making good decisions in an increasingly complex world; motivating and retaining a qualified workforce; equality and a truly diverse and inclusive workplace; cultivating a positive organizational culture; and thriving in a digital world.Intended for personal leadership development and practicing managers as well as courses on leadership, this approachable guide deepens the reader’s leadership journey based on Al Bolea's "J-Curve" model of leadership and the nine essential elements of leadership mastery introduced in Becoming A Leader.

Table of Contents

 1.Back to the Future 2.The Holy Grail 3. Making Quality Decisions 4. It’s All About The Glow 5. Breaking The 4th Wall 6. That Culture Thing 7. Becoming Digitally Mature Concluding Thoughts

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Biography

Al Bolea is the founder and architect of the Applied Leadership Seminars, the former CEO/GM of a large independent oil company in the United Arab Emirates, and a retired executive from a major international oil and gas company, as well as former Distinguished Visiting Professor of Leadership at the University of Alaska and a guest leadership lecturer at the University of Houston.

Leanne Atwater is the C.T. Bauer Professor of Leadership and Management in the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. She teaches leadership development and conducts executive education classes. She is also a former editor of The Leadership Quarterly.