"SuperLeadership" describes a style of leadership that focuses on "leading others to lead themselves". While the prevailing leadership approaches focus on hierarchical leadership (the traditional autocratic model of leadership), transactional leadership (motivating people through rewards, such as incentive pay), and visionary leadership (motivating people through the leader's vision and inspirational rhetoric), SuperLeadership focuses on the development of follower self-leadership. "The New SuperLeadership" is based on the same concepts as the first book, but is thoroughly revised throughout. While the first book focused on presenting philosophical concepts, this new book emphasizes a pragmatic, how-to approach and provides practical guidance for implementing SuperLeadership. The new book also features contemporary examples and profiles, many from the high-tech and knowledge-based business sectors.Über den Autor:
Charles C. Manz is the Nirenberg Professor of Business Leadership at the University of Massachusetts. He has consulted to many organizations, including GM, Motorola, 3M, Allied Signal, American Express, Xerox, Procter and Gamble, Unisys, Honeywell, and many others. Henry P. Sims, Jr., is Professor of Management and Organization and former Director of the Ph.D. Program at the Maryland Business School.
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