|Author||Cynthia McCauley, Lynn Fick-Cooper|
|Guidebooks||Ideas Into Action Guidebook|
If your team isn’t getting results, you may think the problem starts with a failure in leadership. While the person in charge may have issues, a leadership problem doesn’t necessarily mean you have a “leader” problem. Leadership is not just about the people at the top, but is a social process, enabling individuals to work together as a cohesive group to produce collective results.
This book will show you how to diagnose problems in your team by focusing on the three outcomes of effective leadership: direction, alignment, and commitment. By assessing where your group stands in each of these outcomes, you can plan and implement the changes necessary to get better results.
|Do You Have a Leadership Problem?||1|
|DAC Leadership Framework||4|
|"Step 1: Assess Current Levels of Direction, Alignment, and Commitment in the Group"||8|
|"Step 2: Look for Factors Contributing to Low Levels of Direction, Alignment, or Commitment."||14|
|"Step 3: Identify Changes That Could Improve Direction, Alignment, or Commitment."||22|
|The Rest of the Story||28|