- Edition: Second Edition
- ISBN: 978-0-9898631-6-2
A new and powerful way to understand and improve leadership.
Speed Leadership: A New Way to Lead for Rapidly Changing Times is a breakthrough in understanding leadership and how to improve leadership capabilities and effectiveness. This practical new approach takes a process view of leadership in preference to the traditional view of leadership based on personality, behaviors, or authenticity.
Understanding leadership as processes is a powerful new perspective on what constitutes effective leadership and offers new pathways for meaningful improvement.
Leaders with an open mind, a willing heart, and genuine concern for the long-term success of an organization and its stakeholders, will find this book to be extremely helpful if not life-changing.
Reviews of Speed Leadership
Looking at leadership from a process perspective rather than a behavioral perspective is brilliant.
This book will convince senior leaders of the urgent need to improve their core leadership processes. Emiliani presents important details and shows leaders how to begin. Those who have the courage to improve will be amply rewarded.
Bob Emiliani speaks with clarity and bluntness, which makes me trust him. Speed Leadership is a quick read but carries a powerful message. I wish all business authors were this concise – and that they had this much to say.
A clear, concise, and effective alternative to the usual way of thinking about leadership and how to improve it. The book is strong from beginning to end.
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Speed Leadership: A New Way to Lead for Rapidly Changing Times
by Bob Emiliani
The CLBM, LLC Wethersfield, Conn., USA
152 pages • ISBN 978-0-9898631-6-2 • Second Edition • October 2015 • Price $30.00
Foreword by Massimo Torinesi
1 What Is Speed Leadership?
2 Leadership Processes
3 Consequences of Leadership Process Errors
4 Rightsizing Leadership
5 Standards for Leadership Processes
6 Improving Leadership Processes
7 Leadership Competency Models
8 Closing Remarks
About the Author