How It Works
This newly revised Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) offers a senior executive briefing which allows you to easily explain the benefits of the LPI, eight actual cases that clearly show how to apply the tested Five Practices model, and completely new section filled with strategies and tools for using the LPI in a coaching session, and ideas on blending the LPI with other popular leadership models. Designed to be flexible, the LPI can be used with any leadership development program.
What's new in the fourth edition:
- A fresh, modern look to the materials, including the feedback reports
- A group comparison report page
- A shorter workbook specifically designed for debriefing and understanding the Feedback Report
- The latest data on the model
- An updated facilitator's guide that focuses on LPI administration, debrief, and how a facilitator can develop one's leaders from there
- Understand that effective leadership skills can be learned
- Measure leadership competencies
- Learn the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership Model
- Discover how to apply practices to organizational challenges
James Kouzes is a bestselling author, an award-winning speaker and "one of the 12 best executive educators in the United States," according to the Wall Street Journal. Currently he is Dean's Executive Fellow of Leadership, Leavey School of Business, at Santa Clara University, and also lectures on leadership around the world to corporations, governments, and nonprofits. Following graduation from Michigan State University, where he received a BA with honors in political science, he served as a Peace Corps volunteer from 1967 to 1969.
Barry Posner is the Accolti Endowed Professor of Leadership at the Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University, where he served for 12 years as Dean. He is an internationally-renowned scholar who has published more than 100 research and practitioner-oriented articles. He received a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of California, Santa Barbara, a master's degree from The Ohio State University in public administration, and a Ph.D. in organizational behavior and administrative theory from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.