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Rethinking Leadership: Building capacity for positive change by [Peter Kaldor, Naomi Nash, Sophie Paterson]

Rethinking Leadership: Building capacity for positive change Kindle Edition

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"Rethinking Leadership is an insightful and practical guide to the kind of leadership that is required for real change and engagement."
Michael Traill, Chair, Social Ventures Australia and Author of Jumping Ship

"A beautifully thought out and well-designed read, a rare example of 'simplicity on the other side of complexity'. This is a must read for anyone seeking to step into the unknown and play a role in bringing about change in the complex and ever moving world we live in."
- Bessi Graham Co-Founder/CEO of The Difference Incubator

"This is a well-researched, readable and practical guide to moving from individualistic leadership to harnessing the array of gifts and skills of the group."

Harvey Collins, Non-executive Director Navitas Limited and Save the Children

"Rethinking Leadership provides a range of frameworks and practices to navigate change and complexity. For anyone interested in making change in the world this is a valuable, comprehensive resource to guide you through."
Liz Skelton, Director Collaboration for Impact and co-author The Australian Leadership Paradox

"The core concepts here have helped me considerably working with companies facing disruptive change, both as a chairman and coach to CEOs."
Ian Pollard, company chairman, executive coach & writer

"The democratising of leadership will create the change we want to see in our institutions and communities. Rethinking Leadership is an outstanding overview of the contemporary leadership which will enable organisations to take positive steps into this future."
-Doug Taylor, Director Uniting NSW/ACT, Board Member of The Australian Centre for Social Innovation

"Rethinking Leadership is a comprehensive primer for all the important change and leadership theories as well as a tool for connecting oneself to the challenges we face. Most importantly, it is grounded in the idea that leadership is always about a real contribution to the world."
Geoff Aigner, Executive Director, Social Innovation, Life Without Barriers

"Not here a shopping-list template. Not here the alpha-leader who rallies a tribe by force of will. Not here the myth of rescue, or the secret sauce for success. Rethinking Leadership starts at a different place altogether: the authenticity, vulnerability and receptivity to growth that brings people together on a journey to real change. Here, above all, a call to participate."
- Steve Collis, workplace & learning environment strategist

"Our school used Rethinking Leadership to transform a top down hierarchical model into something that could meet the challenges of contemporary education.
Peter, Naomi and Sophie helped us hold our nerve in the face of uncertainty, discover our strengths and reshape our culture. Everyone wants to work in an organisation where positive culture is embedded at every level and there is immense value in these pages for achieving it."
Janelle Ford, Deputy Principal Claremont College

--This text refers to the paperback edition.

About the Author

With a background in community development and social policy, Peter is a researcher, partnership-builder, innovator and experience-based educator. He has been involved in research into personal and community wellbeing, values, spirituality, social capital, as wellas patterns of effective and sustainable leadership, drawing on large-scale survey research and insights from the social sciences. As founding director of research agency NCLS Research and an honorary research fellow with Australian universities he has written many publications including Building Stronger Communities and Lead with your Strengths. He is a Director of New River Leadership, loves team sports and wilderness exploration.

Naomi is the CEO and lead consultant with New River Leadership. She has worked with social welfare agencies, schools, executives and individuals, and to explore leadership and cultural change. Naomi has a passion for entrepreneurship and mentoring start-ups, particularly with young people. She loves playing music and songwriting.

A teacher, coach, team-builder and New River Leadership team member, Sophie has a passion for systems thinking and educational leadership that can equip students, staff and schools to effectively engage change. She has worked in NSW public schools as a teacher, leader, mentor and curriculum coordinator and is an AITSL accredited lead teacher. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • ASIN : B075Q1P65S
  • Publisher : Thousand Lakes Publishing; 1st edition (12 August 2017)
  • Language : English
  • File size : 8764 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 359 pages
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