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Guide to Adaptive Leadership: Derek Mowbray's Guide to Adaptive Leadership

Guide to Adaptive Leadership: Derek Mowbray's Guide to Adaptive Leadership (Spiral spine)

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The Guide explains Adaptive Leadership and sets out the phases of implementation. Adaptive Leadership is a process based on the principle of 'sharing responsibility for the future success of the organisation' - shared with everyone in the workforce. The process is based on the knowledge that healthy self-interest, and that of others, is tied together. It is a process that is best applied to organisations with jobs requiring people to use their judgment in the course of their daily work. This Guide is written to help Champions for Change bring about a change in the process of leadership and management. Champions for Change are those inside organisations whose task is to improve the performance of organisations by focusing on the psychological wellbeing of employers and employees. Champions are usually drawn from a pool of managers, organisation development specialists, occupation health specialists, health and safety specialists and human resources specialists.

BusinessBusiness & managementBusiness studies: generalBusiness & management: study & revision guidesBusinessBusiness & managementManagement & management techniquesManagement: leadership & motivation Publisher: MAS Publishing Publication Date: 05/03/2014 ISBN-13: 9780957383524  Details: Type: Spiral spine Format: Books
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Professor Derek Mowbray BA., MSc., MSc(Econ)., PhD., DipPsych., CPsychol., CSci., AFBPsS., FIHM. Derek Mowbray is a Chartered Psychologist and Chartered Scientist, with a doctorate in the psychology of leadership. Dr. Mowbray is a visiting Professor at both Northumbria University and the University of Gloucestershire. Derek Mowbray specialises in the primary prevention of psychological distress at work, with a focus on promoting wellbeing and performance. He provides consultancy and facilitation in four areas: Building and sustaining healthy organisations Promoting and adopting adaptive leadership and management principles Boosting personal and corporate resilience Resolving Lifestyle@Work issues - impediments to wellbeing and performance Derek focuses on organisation culture, the behaviour of leaders and managers in relation to their employees, personal and corporate resilience and on issues of lifestyle@work that impede performance, such as poorly designed policies and procedures or lack of opportunity for exercise and obtaining energy boosting food. By helping managers to develop the behaviours that encourage commitment and trust, staff engagement and levels of personal performance are strengthened and improved; staff retention increased; absence and presenteeism levels will be reduced along with their huge associated costs. In 2011 his management standards for A Healthy Organisation were published and are now widely used across all sectors. In early 2012 his Manager's Code for Health and Social Care was launched by Dame Carol Black on behalf of the Institute of Healthcare Management. Derek Mowbray's clients are from all sectors and all shapes and sizes and from throughout the UK and Ireland. Derek is a regular contributor to HSE, CIPD, HSJ, and LinkedIn communities, and has made national presentations at conferences for the International Stress Management Association, NHS Employers, the HSJ World Class Workforce, Health and Wellbeing at Work, The Royal College of General Practitioners, The British Psychological Society and the CIPD.

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