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Uplifting Leadership: How Organizations, Teams, and Communities Raise Performance

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What does it take to do more with less? How can you do better than before, or better than others? How do you turn losses into wins, or near-bankruptcy into strong profitability, or abject failure into stellar success?

The power of uplift enables any organization to do more with less, beat the competition, and perform better than ever. Leaders who uplift their employees'

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Kindle Edition, 206 pages
Published June 4th 2014 by Jossey-Bass (first published January 1st 2014)
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Peter Atkinson
Apr 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
The stated purpose of Hargreaves, Boyle, & Harris’ Uplifting Leadership is “to explain and exemplify the actual practice of …uplifting leadership from our seventeen year study of fifteen organizations in business, sports, and public education in eight countries across four continents.” (6) The authors’ analysis of high performing organizations has led them to identify 6 factors of uplifting leadership.
However, before describing and providing examples of the 6 factors, the authors list 5
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Jessyca505
“a three-part approach to improvement that involves a focus on good people, good data, and good decisions.”
― Andy Hargreaves
A good book, although I wouldn't say a "great" book in regards to leadership. If you read leadership books regularly, then this may not satisfy you as much as something from Michael Fullan, John Hattie, or others (especially if you are in the educational field). I do like the way the authors addressed all facets and how leadership may look different in a business vs.
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Desilu Anne Nair
Jul 30, 2015 rated it liked it
Schools with uplifting leadership have respected teachers, high levels of trust, rich and wide-ranging data (measure data with meaning) and evidence that's available in real time so that prompt interventions can be made. There is also a strong sense of collective responsibility. A not-too-bad book, except examples were not sufficiently based on school contexts. There was mention of Singapore's TSLN and TLLM though, as well as the commendable Finnish education system.

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Jane
Some good points and great examples. I'm biased I know, but many of the ideas would be far better conveyed using polarity thinking concepts
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