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The new leaders : guidelines on leadership diversity in America / Ann M. Morrison.

By: Morrison, Ann M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Jossey-Bass management series. Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass, c1992Edition: 1st ed.Description: xiii, 317 p.ISBN: 1555424597.Subject(s): Executives -- United States | Women executives -- United States | Minority executives -- United States | Affirmative action programs -- United StatesDDC classification: 658.4/092 LOC classification: HD38.2 | .M67 1992
Contents:
Introduction: Diversity: The Turbulent Evolution of a Sensitive Issue -- Pt. 1. Leadership Diversity as Strategy. 1. Achieving Benefits from Leadership Diversity. 2. Challenging the Barriers to Opportunity. 3. Setting Goals for Sustained Leadership Development -- Pt. 2. Leadership Diversity as Procedure. 4. Establishing Accountability for Diversity. 5. Creating Meaningful Development Opportunities. 6. Using Recruitment to Build Diversity -- Pt. 3. Leadership Diversity as Action. 7. Step One: Discover (and Rediscover) Diversity Problems in Your Organization. 8. Step Two: Strengthen Top-Management Commitment. 9. Step Three: Choose Solutions That Fit a Balanced Strategy. 10. Step Four: Demand Results and Revisit the Goals. 11. Step Five: Use Building Blocks to Maintain Momentum -- Conclusion: Meeting the Challenges of Leadership Diversity -- Appendix: The GOLD Research Project.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Diversity: The Turbulent Evolution of a Sensitive Issue -- Pt. 1. Leadership Diversity as Strategy. 1. Achieving Benefits from Leadership Diversity. 2. Challenging the Barriers to Opportunity. 3. Setting Goals for Sustained Leadership Development -- Pt. 2. Leadership Diversity as Procedure. 4. Establishing Accountability for Diversity. 5. Creating Meaningful Development Opportunities. 6. Using Recruitment to Build Diversity -- Pt. 3. Leadership Diversity as Action. 7. Step One: Discover (and Rediscover) Diversity Problems in Your Organization. 8. Step Two: Strengthen Top-Management Commitment. 9. Step Three: Choose Solutions That Fit a Balanced Strategy. 10. Step Four: Demand Results and Revisit the Goals. 11. Step Five: Use Building Blocks to Maintain Momentum -- Conclusion: Meeting the Challenges of Leadership Diversity -- Appendix: The GOLD Research Project.

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