Columbus, OH (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
“Leadership needs innovation the way innovation demands leadership. By combining them, you improve your capacity to deliver results and your organization’s capacity to affect change,” says Metcalf. The Innovative Leadership Workbook for Emerging Leaders and Managers—designed specifically for busy people—includes field-tested processes and worksheets for innovating how you lead, transforming your organization, and creating sustainability. The workbook guides readers on their own leadership journey with a series of development activities and provides insight into the thought processes of two different and highly successful emerging leaders whose unique challenges provide invaluable insight into how leaders develop and incorporate innovation both personally and professionally.
The Innovative Leadership Workbook for Emerging Leaders and Managers provides a six-step process for developing innovative leadership qualities through a combination of well-researched theory, two practical business case studies, and corresponding tools and templates. The first two chapters of Innovative Leadership Workbook for Emerging Leaders and Managers are available as a free download.
“This workbook helps you ask key questions of yourself as you emerge into leadership roles. Be patient as you grow. Take notes and be grateful for both good and mediocre leaders. The good ones model the way. The bad ones remind us what not to do. This workbook will help shape you into an excellent leader,” says Carla Paonessa, LeaderShape board of directors chair and retired managing partner, Accenture.
Metcalf & Associates, Inc., is a leadership development and management consulting firm that uses an integrative approach to help leaders and their organizations innovate how they lead and how they operate, helping them to thrive in a rapidly changing environment. CEO Maureen Metcalf is an acclaimed thought leader who has developed, tested, and implemented emerging models that dramatically improve leaders and contribute toward organizational success. Go to http://www.innovativeleadershipfieldbook.com to find out more about all the workbooks in the series.