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Expanding on the fresh concepts that made the first edition of 'Clear Leadership' such a success, Bushe brings up-to-date the tools and techniques needed to build sustaining partnerships and make today's collaborative organizations work. Expanding on the fresh concepts that made the first edition of 'Clear Leadership' such a success, Bushe brings up-to-date the tools and techniques needed to build sustaining partnerships and make today's collaborative organizations work.


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Expanding on the fresh concepts that made the first edition of 'Clear Leadership' such a success, Bushe brings up-to-date the tools and techniques needed to build sustaining partnerships and make today's collaborative organizations work. Expanding on the fresh concepts that made the first edition of 'Clear Leadership' such a success, Bushe brings up-to-date the tools and techniques needed to build sustaining partnerships and make today's collaborative organizations work.

30 review for Clear Leadership: Sustaining Real Collaboration and Partnership at Work

  1. 4 out of 5

    Risto Hinno

    Not just great book but wow! Concept of interpersonal mush explains a lot of miscommunication, anxiety we have in organizations and personal life also. Very similar to Imago Relationship Therapy which I have used myself. This book shows how to share our mental maps with other (without expecting them to be totally true) and how others could share theirs. This doesn't let anxiety, gossip etc. to step in. These don't help us create better organizations and doesn't let organizational learning to hap Not just great book but wow! Concept of interpersonal mush explains a lot of miscommunication, anxiety we have in organizations and personal life also. Very similar to Imago Relationship Therapy which I have used myself. This book shows how to share our mental maps with other (without expecting them to be totally true) and how others could share theirs. This doesn't let anxiety, gossip etc. to step in. These don't help us create better organizations and doesn't let organizational learning to happen. Must read for managers but suitable for everybody.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    Very interesting and systematic way to make clear communication. Table fo content Introduction Overview Interpersonal Mush Partnership with Others What About Organization Theory? The Psychology of Experience What Is True? The Skills of Clear Leadership The Attribute of Self-Differentiation The Issue of Authority A Clear Leadership Example Chapter 1 Where Interpersonal Mush Comes From and What It Does to Organizations Overview Why We Live in Interpersonal Mush Why Is Interpersonal Mush “One of the Most Debili Very interesting and systematic way to make clear communication. Table fo content Introduction Overview Interpersonal Mush Partnership with Others What About Organization Theory? The Psychology of Experience What Is True? The Skills of Clear Leadership The Attribute of Self-Differentiation The Issue of Authority A Clear Leadership Example Chapter 1 Where Interpersonal Mush Comes From and What It Does to Organizations Overview Why We Live in Interpersonal Mush Why Is Interpersonal Mush “One of the Most Debilitating Realities of Human Association”? The Fundamental Attribution Error Projection What Is the Effect of Interpersonal Mush on Organizations? Summary Chapter 2 Introduction to the Organizational Learning Conversation A Learning Conversation in Action Learning Conversations Versus Normal Conversations The Skills of Learning Conversations Summary Chapter 3 Understanding the Foundations of Clear Leadership — Self-Differentiation Overview Fusion—Demanding That Others Manage My Anxiety Disconnection—A Different Kind of Reactivity Self-Differentiation—Resolving the Paradox The Boundary Between Past and Present Summary Chapter 4 The Four Elements of Experience — The Experience Cube The Basics of Experience The Elements of Thinking and Observing The Element of Feeling The Element of Wanting Summary Chapter 5 The Aware Self — Knowing Your Experience Moment to Moment Overview Fill In the Cube Use Clear Language Talk About Right Here, Right Now Identify Your Mental Maps Exercises to Develop Your Aware Self Summary Chapter 6 The Descriptive Self—Reducing the Mush by Making Me Understandable to You Overview Be Transparent, Not Intimate Make Statements Before Asking Questions Describe the Impact Before Responding Describe Your Experience, Not Judgments Exercises for Developing Your Descriptive Self Summary Chapter 7 The Curious Self—Uncovering Other People’s Experience Overview Make It Appealing Park All Reactions Confront for Insight Listen Through the Cube Exercises to Develop Your Curious Self Summary Chapter 8 The Appreciative Self—Creating Spirals of Positive Partnership Overview Cultivate an Appreciative Mind-Set Align with Their Positive Intent Find with Tracking Increase with Fanning Exercises to Develop Your Appreciative Self Summary Chapter 9 The Learning Conversation in Depth Learning Conversations Versus Performance Management The Learning Conversation Process Managing Learning Conversations Coaching Others Through Learning Conversations What About Those Who Won’t “Play”? What Stops You from Starting the Conversation? When Is the Best Time to Have a Learning Conversation? Summary Conclusion Learning to Sustain Collaborative Organizations Overview Three Kinds of Inquiry Creating a Culture of Clarity Life Commitments Appendix Research on the Impact of Clear Leadership in Organizations

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tim

    There is so much to unpack in this book, I was overwhelmed. But I took notes all the way through. Like all Management Change books, there is a lot in here middle management cannot enact. But understanding the problems in human psychology really helped me see that things were not my fault, that I was contributing to the mayhem and how to, at minimum, manage myself. So it's only a 4 because you need to be the owner of the company to actually make the majority of change indicated by the authors. There is so much to unpack in this book, I was overwhelmed. But I took notes all the way through. Like all Management Change books, there is a lot in here middle management cannot enact. But understanding the problems in human psychology really helped me see that things were not my fault, that I was contributing to the mayhem and how to, at minimum, manage myself. So it's only a 4 because you need to be the owner of the company to actually make the majority of change indicated by the authors.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sara Modig

    Yes, Bushe presents convincing principles for good, effective, empowering leadership of the kind I want to practice. And even if I won’t be able to develop those best practice learning conversations that are examplified in the book, just having the perspectives presented in the back of my mind will take me and my partners far.

  5. 5 out of 5

    E

    Thoughtful guide to turning an office into a collaborative workplace A chapter in Something Happened, the 1974 novel by Joseph Heller, starts: “In the office in which I work there are five people of whom I am afraid. Each of these five people is afraid of four people (excluding overlaps) for a total of 20, and each of these 20 people is afraid of six people, making a total of 120 people who are feared by at least one person…[Everyone is:] afraid of the 12 men at the top who helped found and build Thoughtful guide to turning an office into a collaborative workplace A chapter in Something Happened, the 1974 novel by Joseph Heller, starts: “In the office in which I work there are five people of whom I am afraid. Each of these five people is afraid of four people (excluding overlaps) for a total of 20, and each of these 20 people is afraid of six people, making a total of 120 people who are feared by at least one person…[Everyone is:] afraid of the 12 men at the top who helped found and build the company.” That’s a lot of fear. Does this environment sound familiar? Distrust, depression and anxiety are endemic in many organizations. According to professor and consultant Gervase R. Bushe, such negative emotions often result from the “interpersonal mush” that plagues offices. He details a program you can use to help eliminate the mush and create a workplace that fosters partnership and collaboration. getAbstract recommends Bushe’s intelligent, well-researched book to all executives, as well as to anyone who wants to learn how to relate to others honestly, openly and straightforwardly. To learn more about this book, check out the following link: http://www.getabstract.com/summary/12...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mike Ceballos

    Desde mi personal punt de vista, este tipo de libros no se presta para una reseña literaria, sino más bien, una explicación si la metodología y el conjunto de herramientas que aquí se detallan, son de utilidad en la vida real. Como tal, Gervase muestra un conjunto de herramientas que de manera empírica he estado aplicando, encontrándome que algunas veces me resulta y en otras ocasiones, los resultados no son los que esperaba. El establecer un canal de comunicación claro y de aprendizaje contínuo Desde mi personal punt de vista, este tipo de libros no se presta para una reseña literaria, sino más bien, una explicación si la metodología y el conjunto de herramientas que aquí se detallan, son de utilidad en la vida real. Como tal, Gervase muestra un conjunto de herramientas que de manera empírica he estado aplicando, encontrándome que algunas veces me resulta y en otras ocasiones, los resultados no son los que esperaba. El establecer un canal de comunicación claro y de aprendizaje contínuo, es una tarea difícil que puede llevarse a cabo a través de estas técnicas de Clear Leadership. Vale la pena entender los cuadros o mapas mentales del libro.

  7. 5 out of 5

    K.G.

    Bush' book Clear Leadership is smart and addresses the issue of "interpersonal mush" between leaders and their people. His ideas are good but I wasn't sold on how you should address it. I think the exercises and the type of conversations he recommends could be clarified or simplified. Overall, the book has some good points but I think putting the recommendations into practice will be challenging. Bush' book Clear Leadership is smart and addresses the issue of "interpersonal mush" between leaders and their people. His ideas are good but I wasn't sold on how you should address it. I think the exercises and the type of conversations he recommends could be clarified or simplified. Overall, the book has some good points but I think putting the recommendations into practice will be challenging.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    Excellent! Especially like Bushe's concept of "interpersonal mush", a term he uses to describe an interaction that’s based on stories people have made up about each other but have not checked out. See more here: http://www.tangotraining.com/blog/200... Excellent! Especially like Bushe's concept of "interpersonal mush", a term he uses to describe an interaction that’s based on stories people have made up about each other but have not checked out. See more here: http://www.tangotraining.com/blog/200...

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