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Trust : The One Thing That Makes or Breaks a Leader


Les T. Csorba



0785261540
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Format: Hardcover, 277pp.
ISBN: 9780785261544
Publisher: Nelson Business
Pub. Date: August 2004

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Insight into the most powerful force in leadership—from the perspective of someone who served a U.S. president, a U.S. senator, and a governor.

As a generation of baby boomers nears retirement, our country is facing a dilemma. By 2010, there may be a shortage of 4 to 6 million workers, causing a dearth of effective leaders. Nearly every recent crisis—corporate bankruptcies, political scandals, moral failures in the church—can be traced to a leadership deficit. The common denominator? Broken trust.

Author Les T. Csorba sees trust as the most indispensable force between leaders and followers. Here he offers observations gleaned from two decades of experience in government, business, church, and family. Part meditation, part how-to manual, Trust examines characteristics of trusted leadership, including The 7 Principles of the Trust. Finally, the book features interactive elements such as The Leader Check: a guide to evaluating whether you are developing the trust necessary to motivate and richly lead followers.


 
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Les T. Csorba is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles International Inc., the world’s leading executive search firm. For the last fifteen years, he has recruited leaders in both the private and public sectors, serving one U.S. President, a U.S. Senator, a Governor, as well as several CEOs and national religious leaders. He was appointed Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel during George H.W. Bush’s administration. Csorba also serves as the President and Director of the Palmer Drug Abuse Program and is a founding board member of the Foundation for Tomorrow, an inner-city private school project. He has appeared on national television and radio programs, including The 700 Club and CNN’s Daily Show. He is married with four children and resides in Houston, Texas.



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A Leadership Dedicationix
Introductionxix
Section 1
The Leadership Call
1A Certain Trumpet3
2A Trust15
3Mere Leadership25
4Calling Leaders39
Section 2
The Leadership Famine
5Leaders Without Chests53
6The Narcissistic Curse71
7Corporate Mistrust94
8The Affair121
9The Prodigal Father139
10In Celebrity We Trust165
Section 3
The Leadership Life
11The Leadership Club185
12Leaders With Chests205
13The 7 Principles of the Trust222
Conclusion—The Keep245
Appendix: The Leader Check250
Notes255
Index269



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