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The Trusted Executive: Nine Leadership Habits that Inspire Results,…

by John Blakey

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 074947422X, Paperback)

The topic of trust has been a much discussed issue since the recent global financial crisis.  However, the business world's response has lagged behind and trust in organizations and corporations remains low.  This book helps leaders create a trust-building strategy for a globalized, technology-enabled, diverse, and increasingly skeptical world.
 
Through coaching exercises and interviews with CEOs, combined with academic research, The Trusted Executive provides the tools to build trust through three key areas: ability, integrity, and benevolence.  It explains how to develop and measure organizational trust, handle trust violations, and manage a constantly changing work environment and diverse workforce.  Moving from self to organizational transformation, chapters show leaders how to set their organizations on a path to achieving a better reputation, more sustainable operations, and creating a structure and ethos that supports trustworthy behavior on all levels.

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