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A General's Insights into Leadership and Management: Reorganizing Consolidating Downsizing

A General's Insights into Leadership and Management: Reorganizing Consolidating Downsizing

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A General's Insights, shares Charles Henry's experience with organizational and individual leadership.

He identifies the seven key elements of organizational change, and provides guidance on how to make sure each element is in place. He also shares how to keep the workforce motivated and productive throughout the consolidating and downsizing process.

Organizational leadership requires individual leadership skills and Henry devotes more than half of A General's Insights to individual leadership skills. His advice is practical and to the point and covers everything from the importance of body language to how to stay ahead of the competition. Drawing on examples from his experience as a lawyer, military commander, and Chief Operating Officer for government business agencies, Henry provides a comprehensive picture of the effective leader.

In A General's Insights Into Leadership and Management, Henry shares his experiences with both organizational and individual leadership. He identifies the seven key elements of organizational change, explains their importance, and provides guidance on how to make sure each element is in place. As Henry explains, one of the great dangers of consolidation and downsizing is that members of the workforce become so concerned with their own welfare that they lose sight of organizational goals. Henry shares how he allayed the fears of his workforce and kept them motivated and productive throughout the process.

Of course, organizational leadership cannot occurif individual leadership skills do not exist, and Henry devotes more than half of his book to a discussion of individual leadership skills. His advice is practical and to the point and covers everything from the importance of body language to what it takes to stay ahead of the competition. Drawing on examples from his experience as a lawyer, military commander, and Chief Operating Officer for government business agencies, Henry provides a comprehensive picture of the effective leader.