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Mastering Ethics in Organizations

Author : Ladkin, Donna
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This innovative textbook provides a systematic approach to developing practices of perception, reflection and inquiry to facilitate sound ethical action in organizational settings. Now in its second edition, Donna Ladkin’s Mastering Ethics in Organizations invites readers to reflect and experiment on ethical behaviors with targeted activities in unique organizational contexts.

Mastering the Ethical Dimension of Organizations

Author : Donna Ladkin
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With the use of exercises, reflective prompts and case studies, Mastering the Ethical Dimension of Organizations offers a practice-based approach to developing the skills critical to responding ethically to organizational dilemmas. Starting fro

Mastering the Ethical Dimension of Organizations

Author : Donna Ladkin
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Donna Ladkin gives us an entirely novel and creative approach to thinking about, and importantly, doing and teaching ethics. the book is practice-based in the best sense of the word, using meditation and other attention techniques to enhance awareness, inquiry, and ultimately ethical insight at the personal and organizational levels. It is accessible to students at all levels of learning, with exercises that will generate personal insights. At the same time, it is grounded in a wide range of sources, both philosophical and managerial, that enhance the credibility of its approach. This book will enhance the ethics and the lives of people who read it and practice its approaches.' - Sandra Waddock, Boston College Carroll School of Management, US

Mastering Ethics in Organizations

Author : Donna Ladkin
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This innovative textbook provides a systematic approach to developing practices of perception, reflection and inquiry to facilitate sound ethical action in organizational settings. Now in its second edition, Donna Ladkin's Mastering Ethics in Organizations invites readers to reflect and experiment on ethical behaviors with targeted activities in unique organizational contexts. Key features of the second edition include: A step-by-step approach to developing ethical astuteness Brand new case studies on companies including Volkswagen, Amazon and Boeing Art-based pedagogical material, including unique storytelling approaches through mythology and film Guided and informed discussions about contemporary ethical issues concerning the use of social media, artificial intelligence and human-centred design. Offering curated contextualised insights into the field, this textbook will be ideal reading for MBA business ethics courses, as well as Masters courses in leadership. It will also benefit Continuing Professional Development audiences dealing with ethical situations.

Mastering Management 2 0

Author : James Pickford
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Mastering Management 2.0 is a collection of the best writing from leading business thinkers at the world's top businesses and business schools in one stimulating and manageable collection.

Mastering Executive Coaching

Author : Jonathan Passmore
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This book aims to enrich the knowledge and toolkit of executive coaches and help them on their development path towards mastery. Edited by three leading practitioners, it brings together the expertise of an international range of Master Coaches, and provides evidence-based practical chapters across a broad range of topics, including contracting, ethical dilemmas, coaching board members and non-executive directors, and the use of psychometrics. Mastering Executive Coaching will be essential reading for executive coaches, consultants and trainers who are looking to develop their practice. It will also be highly relevant for Masters-level students of coaching and coaching psychology.

The SAGE Handbook of Leadership

Author : Doris Schedlitzki
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This second edition handbook provides a retrospective and prospective overview of the state of knowledge on leadership as a multidisciplinary field, and utilises an innovative structure to create synergies between different leadership schools.

Mastering Leadership

Author : Alan T. Belasen
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The challenges facing the healthcare industry are unparalleled in scope, number, and magnitude. Organizational realignments of health care systems, uncertainty about the course and impact of legislation, an aging population with evolving clinical needs, the rapid evolution of information management technologies--all combined with pressure to establish reliable systems of quality management have created an unprecedented environment for health care leaders at every level of the system. Mastering Leadership: A Vital Resource for Health Care Organizations defines and clarifies the extraordinary challenges leaders in the health care industry are facing and will continue to confront in the coming years. This text advances a model of leadership that enables executives to steer their organizations through the maze of uncertainty created by legislative, economic, demographic, clinical, information management, and political change. With contributions from leading scholars and experts in the field, the authors skillfully demonstrate how the transformational demands of leadership can be effectively integrated with the transactional and operational necessities of managing. Key Features: - Uses the Competing Values Framework to guide leaders toward an aptitude for assimilating vision development, strategic planning, and operational management. - Lead authors highly experienced in a professional and academic capacity, having served as both health care executives and leaders of growing graduate programs in business, management, and leadership. - Organized into four distinct sections: competition and commitment; communication and collaboration; community and credibility; as well as coordination and compliance.

Mastering Business Negotiation

Author : Roy J. Lewicki
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Mastering Business Negotiation is a handy resource for any leader or manager who needs practical strategies and ideas when conducting business negotiations. Grounded in solid research, the authors - experts in the field of business negotiation - reduce the huge volume of available information into an accessible handbook for busy executives who need to prepare for everyday negotiations as well as for more demanding and complex negotiation situations. Mastering Business Negotiation offers down-to-earth advice for learning to play the negotiation game and shows how to: Understand the game so you can better control what happens Predict the sequence of negotiation activities and move from disagreement toward agreement Identify the strategies and tactics of other players in the game. Apply the rules of the game - the "do's and don'ts" that will ultimately lead to success

Mastering the Job Market

Author : Elizabeth L. Shoenfelt
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Mastering the Job Market: Career Issues for Master's Level Industrial-Organizational Psychologists is the definitive source for practical advice and evidence-based recommendations for the development of successful careers in professional I-O psychology. Authors from top-ranked I-O master's programs address topics such as the job search, applying for jobs, on-boarding, organizational roles, salaries, career transitions, and maintaining professionalism throughout the I-O master's career. Drawing from a large nationwide survey of I-O master's practitioners and their employers, this volume brings together critical insights into the nuts and bolts of conducting a job search and other specific strategies to enable job seekers to land one or multiple job offers within six months of graduation. Key competencies for success, professional development opportunities for I-O master's graduates, and the three best practices for maximizing mentoring relationships are also discussed. This book will be essential reading for recent graduates and anyone undertaking a career transition in I-O Psychology.