Dealing with the Excesses of Power: “The Arrogant Leader is a book everyone should read, whether they have a boss or are the boss. Jenks and Steele put arrogance in the workplace in perspective, explaining why so many leaders can’t find humility. The authors provide helpful strategies for dealing with arrogance in others and, even occasionally, in oneself.”
We have all known arrogant leadership. Sometimes we have actually left our jobs to avoid the arrogant leaders! The impact of arrogant leadership has been heavily felt in the last few years with Enron and the banking/financial industry. What a different world it might be if these leaders had not been so arrogant! Click the title above to learn more.
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“It is high time that arrogance is identified, analyzed and evaluated. Too many arrogant leaders never realize the costs and benefits of their behavior. This book is an important window into the Machiavellian world of how power corrupts and how leaders undermine themselves unwittingly. An important contribution to the leadership literature.” – Edgar H. Schein, Professor Emeritus, MIT Sloan School of Management “The Arrogant Leader is itself a contradiction; which is the point of this timely book. Rooted in reality [ Read More ]
Fritz Steele, Ph.D., of York, Maine, has spent more than 40 years teaching, consulting and writing about organization change, organizational culture and workplace strategy and development. A more detailed background can be found at www.fritzsteele.com. Stephen Jenks, Ph.D. of Portland, Maine, has been an organizational consultant for over 40 years and taught at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire for 10 years before devoting primary time to his consulting practice. His consulting practice [ Read More ]