Alignment Strong: A Strategic and Human-Centric Handbook for Competitive Leadership

Author(s): John Quinlan

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In our modern unforgiving and complex global market environment, this groundbreaking organizational change framework will allow you and your company to sustainably compete and thrive In this inspirational guide, ex-CEO and road-tested executive leadership coach John E. Quinlan takes you as a leader on a journey of self-discovery. Years ago, deep in the Utah desert near the end of a long motorcycle trek, Quinlan had a vision of perfect organizational alignment-with da Vinci's Vitruvian Man at the core. This concept became Alignment Strong. Concise yet impassioned, this essential handbook clarifies the ten components of Quinlan's proven competitive leadership model by overlaying them on a depiction of da Vinci's ideal human form. As a result, the perfect organizational alignment converges with the ultimate individual alignment. By following the Alignment Strong framework, you will learn the importance of . articulating your own change philosophy and applying a shared formula with deftness; . finding vulnerability and courage by understanding your own personal power, blind spots (CEO disease), career derailers, and resistance to change; . integrating strategic and human-centric systems within your enterprise to increase organizational health, financial results, and competitive posture; . aligning espoused core values with strategic vision, mission, leadership/team, strategy, goals, and a performance management system, while culturally imbedding an appetite for change. Utilizing research and advice from top business and thought leaders, as well as self, organizational, and team assessments, Quinlan enables you to transform not only yourself, but your company. Quinlan is recognized as an entrepreneurial polymath by Inc. magazine.


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  • : 9781733478175
  • : October 2020
  • : books

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  • : John Quinlan
  • : KJ