Breaking the code of silence : prominent leaders reveal how they rebound from 7 critical mistakes
Leaders - political, corporate, religious - are making mistakes that are far more open to public scrutiny than ever before. When we are challenged by conditions of growing uncertainty and the need to work at lightning speed, errors are not only unavoidable but also rampant in today's workplace. Based on research and candid interviews with some well-known leaders whose costly blunders have made headlines, this book examines seven common mistakes, debunks myths surrounding mistake recovery, and identifies strategies for "rebounding" from near-fatal errors. Using examples from Enron to the Catholic church to Arthur Andersen, the authors provide a how-to for those at the top who suddenly, find themselves on the way down.
Leadership, Management & Business
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Leadership Studies
Kusy, M. (2005). Breaking the code of silence : prominent leaders reveal how they rebound from 7 critical mistakes. https://aura.antioch.edu/facbooks/63