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Fusion Leadership

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Fusion Leadership shows leaders how to use "fusion" to create personal ownership and commitment for change projects, thereby overcoming resistance that thwarts efforts to achieve real change in organizations. Fusion Leadership lays the groundwork for moving the new science paradigm into application and practice. Daft and Lengel explore six subtle forces they feel have a di ...more
Hardcover, 290 pages
Published March 17th 1998 by Berrett-Koehler Publishers (first published January 1st 1998)
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Jun 23, 2008 Greg rated it liked it
While I enjoyed this book, and reading of the concepts and ideas of the authors, I was slightly disappointed about the relative lack of actionable counsel compared to what I expected. Nonetheless, there is much worth thinking about and pondering presented here.

The authors discuss their ideas about fusion leadership as follows (borrowed from an Amazon reviewer):

1. Mindfulness: See subtle forces, take position as beginner, maintain open mind, be tentative, set aside opinions, ask questions, create
Nov 22, 2013 Krista rated it it was ok
This book talks through the 6 leadership traits: mindfulness, vision, heart, communication, courage, and integrity. The most powerful part of this book are the questions at each chapter that help you learn to apply the ideas to your own life. Basically, before you can be a leader and make great things happen with a team, you need to embrace these changes yourself. An okay book overall, better for those that like an emotional philosophical approach.
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