MGNT 5670, Managerial Leadership
March 7, 2015
In this paper we will discuss the concept of Leadership i.e. how to manage and follow an effective approach as a leader. Leadership is important within an organization. Leadership contribute to the success of an organization, which require skills and experience from each leader. We will discuss The Zen Leader 10 ways to go from barley managing to leading, and identify the purpose of the book, the themes, principles, and concepts as it relates to DuBrin whom we have discussed in Leadership Practices and Skills the past eight weeks.
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The Zen Leader: Leadership Discussion 4
The Zen Leader Relative to DuBrin Leadership Approach 7
Within this introductory, we are showing the Leadership approach used by The Zen Leader and how it impacted the Leadership management as discussed in 10 ways to go From Barely Managing to Leading Fearlessly. The book discussed the principles that leaders could follow in order to manage an organization, decision-making process, and stakeholders. Dr. Whitelaw introduced ten principles of leadership in different chapters and each chapter contains a Zen “flip” that’s consider; how to practice awakening while in leadership we will show some of the principles in this book analysis. Furthermore, as we know, DuBrin is an expert in leadership and is the author of several books in leadership. His latest book i.e. “Leadership: Research Findings, Practice, and Skills”. He discussed the principles, research findings, practices, and skills of leadership. Therefore, both the authors discussed Leadership principles and concepts; however, they used different approaches for similar results i.e. how to be an effective leader, how to create transformational leaders, how to create leaders that will be
References: DuBrin, A. (2013). Leadership: Research findings, practice, and skills (7th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western. Whitelaw. G. (2012). The Zen Leader: 10 Ways to Go From Barely Managing to Leading Fearlessly.