The Ideal Leader: The Mind of a Leader 2 (Enhanced DVD)
New transformation management models in business as defined by Philip Kotler, are inspired approaches designed to affect incremental organizational change. Illustrated through a series of case studies on lead companies and political campaigns, Kotler looks at consulting practices as ideal transformation leadership practice; citing professional ingenuity and commitment to excellence.
According to Kotler, organizational change is a process demanding exceptional levels of expertise and time. Effective leaders are experienced in what Chinese Philosopher, Sun Tzu’s Art of War. Managing risk is part of the process. Turning challenges into win-win solutions is a certain talent. When an organization is in trouble, behavioral analysis is as important as operations activities. If a change organization is attempting to transform long term negative results into profits, a logic model will be just as important as motivating the troops.
Adaptability is critical for overturning problems. When leadership is committed to adopting the necessary policies and practices to create the conditions for success, the next step is implementing a well-thought out plan. Knowledge sharing is as important as confidence in an organization. Leaders that guide organizations effectively, are stealth in uncovering issues that require change, as in their response to a job well done. Acknowledging the contributions and skills of team members is essential to the ongoing loyalty of stakeholders, as well as the sustainability of the organization. Part of The Mind of a Leader 2 series, the program is highly engaged with celebrity and political perspectives.