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📒Dare To Lead ✍ Anil K. Khandelwal
✏Dare to Lead Book Summary : Dare to Lead is the fascinating story of how Anil K. Khandelwal transformed Bank of Baroda (BOB) from being just another public sector bank into one of the most valuable brands in Indian banking. This is the story of the leadership challenges, management solutions and personal and professional excitement the author experienced in transforming the 97-year-old bank into a modern, tech-savvy, customer-centric bank. This book is an excellent blueprint for undertaking transformation in large, geographically dispersed public sector enterprises. It describes how a large-sized bank was transformed on all parameters with clear vision, execution discipline, customer centricity and people engagement. The author emphasizes that large-scale transformation can be undertaken successfully only if the CEO shows courage to change the status quo and mobilize the human effort within the organization. The story of BOB's transformation has captured international attention and finds its mention in Harvard Business Review, Human Resource Development International and the book The India Way by the Wharton School faculty.
📒Dare To Lead ✍ Timothy D. Foster
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📒Lead Me I Dare You ✍ Sherrell Bergmann
✏Lead Me I Dare You Book Summary : This original book shows you how to understand and collaborate with the most difficult members of your staff. Tied together by real-world "success stories" about school change and succinct leadership tips, the parctical advice in this book is supported by research and is presented in a conversational style.
📒Leaders Who Dare ✍ Linda L. Lyman
✏Leaders Who Dare Book Summary : Here, the authors focus on educators who dare to lead their schools, districts, universities, and educational organizations to new possibilities. The leadership practices of the individuals featured contribute significantly to craft knowledge and to the discourse on contemporary issues of educational leadership. These leaders develop collaborative decision-making processes, push the bureaucratic boundaries, claim power through politics, and live and lead from values. The authors contend that the leadership practices depicted reflect a redefinition of leadership that emanates from a constructive postmodern paradigm aimed at social reconstruction. These leaders are redefining leadership by integrating doing and being. This book is a report of the results of a collective qualitative inquiry into the leadership of eighteen impressive women educational leaders from Illinois, representing a diversity of roles, community sizes, institutional types, and racial perspectives. The chapters intertwine personal stories with the scholarship about leadership. No pseudonyms are used. Although several recent books have been published about the experiences of women as leaders, leadership studies have generally not included women or failed to point to women leaders as role models who could, even should, be emulated by leaders of both genders. It is past time to close the gender leadership gap in educational administration. This book will contribute to the ongoing redefinition of leadership and perhaps after reading this book leaders who dare will move themselves and our culture closer to gender inclusive perceptions of what leadership is and who leaders are.
📒Leading For Educational Lives ✍ John M. Novak
✏Leading For Educational Lives Book Summary : This book is written for the growing number of people (teachers, administrators, support staff, parents, and community members) throughout the world who wish to face the challenges of school leadership in ways that feel right, make sense, and contribute to sustaining defensible educational practices. Using and extending the evolving core ideas of the global inviting school movement, it provides a hopeful approach to educational leadership, management, and mentorship that combines philosophical defensibility, administrative savvy, and illustrative stories. A systematic framework for examining the challenges of educational leadership, the Educational LIVES model, is used to organize the book. It is centred on the idea that leadership is fundamentally about people and the caring and ethical relationships they establish with themselves, others, values and knowledge, institutions, and the larger human and other-than-human world. Emphasized throughout the book are the special quality of relationships needed to appreciate individuals in their uniqueness and the types of messages that intentionally call forth their potential to live educational lives. We call this approach the inviting perspective and offer the experiences of educators from around the world who put imaginative acts of hope into practice daily as they lead, manage, and mentor. Leading for Educational Lives: Inviting and Sustaining Imaginative Acts of Hope in a Connected World is divided into three unequal parts. In Part 1, “Educational LIVES Seen From an Inviting Perspective,” we offer two orienting chapters that look at the unique nature of education seen as a guiding ideal along with the practical nature of an inviting theory of practice for constructing relationships that call forth deepened human possibilities. The foundations of the inviting approach combined with the Educational LIVES model point to the concrete possibilities for practice in the ten chapters in Part 2, “Imaginatively Leading, Managing, and Mentoring Educational LIVES.” Part 3, “Dare to Lead for Education,” is made up of a convergent chapter that looks at what is involved in artfully speaking up for educational lives, personally and professionally. This book is meant to serve as a text for anyone interested in educational leadership from an inviting ethical perspective, an approach that is being used by a growing number of educators throughout the world. It can serve as a stand-alone text or in conjunction with a more traditional survey text.
📒Dare To Say I M Happy ✍ Purnima L. Toolsidass
✏Dare to Say I M Happy Book Summary : This is almost a booklet. It is written for the educated, discontented, and affluent people aged thirty and above. The ancient wisdom of the Vedas is presented in a modern, easily readable style with short chapters that lead the reader to valuable insights and better understanding about the self-made factors and perceptions that create unhappiness in their lives, in spite of having much to be grateful for. I have given the manuscript to young girls and young men, starting from fourteen years to older people of seventy, and their response was most encouraging. The readers were not restricted to Indian people or even people of Indian origin. I feel that this is one of the self-help books that will indeed make a difference to many lives. Purnima L. Toolsidass 6/1 Wood Street, Kolkata 700016 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
📒The Power Of The Tongue Or Chapters For Talkers ✍ Benjamin Smith
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📒Chapters From The Bible Of The Ages ✍ G.B. STEBBINS
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📒Dare To Live Without Limits ✍ Bryan Golden
✏Dare to Live Without Limits Book Summary : Describes techniques designed to help people break through the limitations that keep them from achieving their goals and take positive control of their lives.
✏Life of Luther With Several Introductory and Concluding Chapters From General Church History Book Summary :