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Redemptive Leadership, 1st ed. 2016 Offering Second Chances as a Value-Added Management Practice

Langue : Anglais

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Redemptive Leadership
This book highlights research on and examples of redemptive managerial behaviors used in the successful reinstatement and improved performance of employees previously terminated for cause. Organizational pressure to hire and retain near-perfect employees is higher than ever, but by offering second chance opportunities and utilizing the resources outlined in this book managers can reclaim, restore, and redirect current employees with great potential.

Based on qualitative research and contemporary stories of successful reinstatement, the author highlights the benefits of adopting a redemptive approach and offering employees second chances. The value proposition of retaining an already trained but underperforming employee often results in avoidance of arbitration costs, reduced turnover, higher productivity, and greater employee loyalty. Little research has been conducted assessing the impact of the manager?s leadership behavior on post-reinstatement employees, and this book fills that gap by providing seminal reading for faith-oriented students, scholars, managers, and human resources professionals. 

1. Do Most Americans Believe in Redemption?

2. Why Study Redemption in Management?

3. What Does the Management Literature Say About Redemption?

4. Eyes Wide Open

5. Smoothing Out the Road Ahead

6. The Condition of My Conditions

7. Moved with Compassion; Acting with Fairness

8. Making a List; Checking it Twice (as much)

9. Déjà vu All Over Again

10. So how does someone become a Redemptive Manager?

11. Is Redemptive Management a Viable Strategy for an Organization?

12. A Case Study of Redemptive Managerial Behaviors @ Work

13. The Redemptive Effort – Certain Restrictions Apply

14. Some Additional Thoughts on Redemption from a Faith-oriented perspective

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Joseph J. Bucci is Assistant Professor of Business in the College of Arts and Sciences at Regent University, USA. He has over 20 years’ experience in various professional human resources positions, and is a frequent presenter on the influence of faith on managerial decision-making.  His research has been published in the proceedings of the Christian Business Faculty Association and he maintains a blog on redemptive managerial behavior (www.rediscoveringredemption.com).
Explores the financial, corporate, and moral benefits of rehiring previously terminated employees 

Showcases real examples of CEOS, celebrities, athletes, and other stigmatized figures and their road to redemption

Provides successful leadership strategies and resources for managers and reinstated employees


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Date de parution :

Ouvrage de 191 p.

14.8x21 cm

Disponible chez l'éditeur (délai d'approvisionnement : 15 jours).

Prix indicatif 116,04 €

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