The Four Fields of Leadership
How People and Organizations Can Thrive in a Hyper-Connected World
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Succeed and lead in today's hyperconnected world with Tom Goodell's new science of leadership. The landscape of leadership has changed. Technological innovation, new business realities, volatile market conditions, social upheaval, and shifting organizational structures demand a multidisciplinary approach. The Four Fields of Leadership draws on mathematics, physics, Buddhism, brain research, and best practices in leadership and business management. Goodell both integrates and challenges existing models of leadership. The Four Fields of Leadership provides a cohesive framework to drive learning, innovation, and success while avoiding the potential for chaos inherent in a hyperconnected world. Emerging from his 30 years as a leadership and organizational culture consultant, Goodell's proven program is aimed at leaders, team members, individual contributors, and thought leaders within any organization. In The Four Fields of Leadership, you will learn to: - Live, lead, and work in the four fields of self, relationship, team, and enterprise. - Lead and guide others to live and work in accord with the nine disciplines of the Four Fields. - Lead from the optimal place on the Spectrum of Leadership, from emergent to intentional, in any circumstance. - Create a culture in which innovation, vision, execution, and collective learning are living, vibrant principles throughout your organization.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 9781538117262, 254pp.
Publication Date: September 10, 2020
About the Author
Tom Goodell is President and founder of Linden Leadership, Inc. Tom has worked as a coach and facilitator for senior executives, managers, and teams in organizations ranging from small family owned businesses to Fortune 50 global enterprises. His training has touched over 20,000 employees. Tom received his CPPM certification in Ontological Coaching from The Newfield Network, Inc. in Boulder, Colorado. He also studied somatic coaching with Richard Heckler, founder and director of Strozzi Institute in Petaluma, California. Tom lives in Minneapolis with his wife Barbara Babbitt. They have two grown daughters.