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Foreword by Stephen Josephs, co-author of Leadership Agility Part One: A new look at leadership 1. Time for a new look at leadership 2. Hosting: a net yet ancient metaphor 3. What do hosts do? 4. A User's Guide to the Future 5. Four positions for a Host Leader Part Two: Six roles of engagement 6. Initiator 7. Inviter 8. Space-creator 9. Gatekeeper 10. Connector 11. Co-participator 12. Using the six roles and four positions 13. Open your heart - then open the door Notes Acknowledgements Bibliography Index
Dr Mark McKergow is an international speaker, consultant and teacher. A 'recovering physicist', his work over more than two decades has focused on responsive and emergent approaches to complex situations. Mark has developed and hosted many aspects of the international Solutions Focus (SF) community since 2000, is co-author of three related books including best seller 'The Solutions Focus' and is also a visiting research fellow in philosophy of psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. He also plays jazz saxophone. Co-author Helen Bailey is a seasoned coaching and change expert and previously held a successful senior management position with The Royal Bank of Scotland Group. In 2004 , she started PINNA Ltd where she is Head of Coaching and in 2010, completed her Masters degree in Developing Professional Practice where her research interest was collaboration.
"A genuinely new view of leadership - practical and profound" - Jack Canfield "Host will help you build relationships and engagement both inside and outside your organization." - Dr Ivan Misner, founder and Chairman, BNI "These easy-to-apply principles will last you a lifetime." - Philip Newman-Hall, Director/General Manager, Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, UK "Fresh, innovative and immediately useable." - John Campbell, Managing Director, Growth Coaching International , Australia "A great mix of research, philosophy, stories and insight into what real leadership is about." - Mike Brent, Ashridge Business School