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What is Leading for Results?

Leading for Results or results-based leadership emphasizes the importance of producing meaningful, observable results that benefit individuals, organizations, clients, customers, other stakeholders, and/or the broader world.

Why is results-based leadership important?

Results-based leadership focuses leaders and their teams on the results they are trying to achieve and why it’s important to achieve them. Results-based leaders ensure their followers have the resources and support to succeed and inspire their followers to stay motivated and engaged in the face of challenges or setbacks. Without this kind of leadership, teams may fail to produce results, waste effort and resources, and become disengaged, leading to low morale.

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Leading for Results: The Person-Role-System Framework (2015)

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Leading for Results: The Person-Role-System Framework Publisher's Summary Learn how leaders can use the Person-Role-System Framework to work toward results for children and families, understanding the boundaries of their roles and authority. This video [...]

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Six Characteristics of Emotionally Intelligent People

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6 Characteristics of Emotionally Intelligent People  "Emotional intelligence isn’t something that you either have or don’t. Everyone has emotional intelligence to some degree, and happily, if you feel that you could use some work, it’s [...]

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Seven Qualities of People with High Emotional Intelligence

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Seven Qualities of People with High Emotional Intelligence: Read More: Seven Qualities of People with High Emotional Intelligence "They aren’t afraid of change." They understand it’s a fact of life, and they’re quick to adapt. [...]

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The Lencioni Model

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The Lencioni Model Patrick Lencioni’s book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team presents a team effectiveness model that differs slightly from other models: Instead of focusing on the elements your team should have, this one [...]

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The Hackman Model

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The Hackman Model "Richard Hackman put forth a new model in his 2002 book, “Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances”. As one of the world’s leading experts on group and organizational behavior, Hackman [...]

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The T7 Model of Team Effectiveness

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The T7 Model of Team Effectiveness "Michael Lombardo and Robert Eichinger developed the T7 Model in 1995 in hopes of better understanding the factors behind team effectiveness. What they came up with was five internal [...]

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No Image Available Results-Based Leadership Category: Leading for Results By: Dave Ulrich, Jack Zenger, Norman Smallwood View Online

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