Leading with Love: How Women and Men can Transform their Organizations through Maternalistic Management
In this time of change and decreasing loyalty between companies and employees, workers in every industry are expressing feelings of being unappreciated, unnoticed, and uncared for. The situation is ironic because businesses spend millions of dollars every year jumping from one sure-fire approach to the next in unsuccessful attempts to improve the work environment. Why have so many techniques failed? It's because so much of what is presented as good management is only a disguised form of manipulation.
Leading With Love explains maternalistic management: leadership based on true concern for the well-being of the organization, the employees, the customers, and the leader. It explains how to balance the needs of all and avoid organizational ills while nurturing your own personal and career success.
You'll discover why so many exciting business ideas haven't lived up to their promises. Many companies have adopted a succession of the latest techniques without experiencing significant change. The results: frustrated managers and a growing cynicism among both leaders and followers.
Leading With Love is a compelling presentation of how intuitively correct management theories can be implemented and lead to success for you and your organization when supported by the power of maternalism.
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Sanford, Kathleen, "Leading with Love: How Women and Men can Transform their Organizations through Maternalistic Management" (1998). Alumni Books. 122.