Foreword Alan Mulally xv Preface xix Acknowledgments xxiii About the Editors xxv PART I Leadership Is a Matter of How to Be, Not How to Do 1 Chapter 1 My Journey with Peter Drucker 3 Frances Hesselbein Chapter 2 The Evolution of Leadership - Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 9 Marshall Goldsmith Chapter 3 Leaders Who Become Organization Anthropologists 19 ave Ulrich Chapter 4 Waves 27 Whitney Johnson Chapter 5 Being a Good Leader 37 Patrick Lencioni Chapter 6 Scaling Your Impact as a Leader 41 Taavo Godtfredsen Chapter 7 In Search of Obsession 51 Susan Scott PART II To Serve Is to Live 57 Chapter 8 A Call to Create Positive Change on a Global Scale 59 Jim Yong Kim Chapter 9 Turning Defeat into Victory 65 Margaret Heffernan Chapter 10 What I See from My Window 71 Eric Schurenberg Chapter 11 Loving Work Despite the Odds: Secrets from Sir Richard Branson and Nelson Mandela 77 Mark C. Thompson Chapter 12 The New Work of Leaders: How Does Your Leadership Narrative Show Up? 85 Stephanie Pace Marshall Chapter 13 Choose, Build, Live High Expectations! 93 Mel Spiese Chapter 14 Respect, Courage, Honesty: True Leadership Traits 103 Jack Zenger PART III Defi ning Moments 107 Chapter 15 The Power of Accepting Feedback 109 Hubert Joly Chapter 16 Discovering Motifs 115 Rita McGrath Chapter 17 Is It Time to Leave Your Comfort Zone? 123 Beverly Kaye Chapter 18 Understanding in Moments 129 Catherine Carr Chapter 19 Brother, Can You Paradigm? 137 Jeffrey Kuhn Chapter 20 Life Lessons from the Tennis Court 147 Prakash Raman Chapter 21 The Need for Conscious Choice 155 Margaret (Meg) Wheatley PART IV Be Ye an Opener of Doors 161 Chapter 22 The Elegance and Simplicity of Coaching 163 Michael Bungay Stanier Chapter 23 The Gift of Belonging 169 Garry Ridge Chapter 24 New Leader Development: Leadership Lessons from the Doerr Institute 181 Brigadier General Tom Kolditz Chapter 25 The World's Greatest Ophthalmologist 191 Pawel Motyl Chapter 26 Don't Just Let Culture Happen 199 Alex Osterwalder Chapter 27 The Space Between Intention and Action 205 Liz Wiseman PART V Bright Future! 213 Chapter 28 Be Positive! 215 Frances Hesselbein Chapter 29 What Do People Do All Day? 221 Sarah McArthur Chapter 30 What If There Were No Problems, Only Projects? 227 David Allen Chapter 31 A Cheerleader at Heart 235 Whitney Johnson Chapter 32 Silver Linings 241 Asheesh Advani Chapter 33 Are You Happy at Work? (And Why It Matters) 247 Annie McKee Index 255
FRANCES HESSELBEIN is the author of three autobiographies and the co-editor of 30 books in 29 languages. Frances Hesselbein is considered one of the country's greatest leaders.??She served as the CEO of Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. and was recognized as a Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient for her work as "a pioneer for women, volunteerism, diversity and opportunity." MARSHALL GOLDSMITH is the only two-time winner of the Thinkers 50 Award for #1 Leadership Thinker in the World. He is author/editor of 39 books, including three New York Times bestsellers that have sold over 2.5 million copies and been listed bestseller in 12 countries. SARAH McARTHUR is COO of Marshall Goldsmith Inc. and founder of *sdedit, a boutique writing and editing firm. Co- author/editor of numerous books, including Coaching for Leadership, her fields of expertise are management, leadership, and executive and business coaching.