|Title||White Hat Leadership||Height||19 mm|
|Author||T. R. Warren||Width||14 mm|
|Publisher||Basic Books (Perseus Books Group)||Pages||158|
|Edition||1||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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White Hat Leadership
Author: T. R. Warren
America needs a new model for leadership. The heavy-handed command and control approach to management that has dominated American corporate culture no longer works. Technology, entrepreneurship, and a desire to ask why? by modern employees means that todays companies must find a new way-one that doesnt rely on obedience, but instead on self-confidence, collaboration, and loyalty. Warren is regarded as an international expert on executive leadership principles, interpersonal and organizational communication, media relations, and crisis communication. Over the span of 30 years, his client list has included Microsoft, the United Nations, and a myriad of financial institutions large and small. A selection of Principles: Leadership is often about knowing when to lean on intuition versus data. Leaders share successes with employees, but accept responsibility for failures. True leaders operate with a degree of humility. The best leaders connect who they are with what they do. It is not what we say that is important. What is important is what they hear. Warrens clients include: International Paper Interdigital Communications Powell Tate Public Affairs Delta Airlines American Airlines Jitney Jungle Stores of America International Fund for Agricultural Development Microsoft National Food Service Management Institute Pacific Coast Banking School U.S. Department of Health and Human Services State of Alabama State of Mississippi U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Education State of Georgia.