LEAD, FOLLOW, OR GET OUT OF THE WAY --- INVALUABLE INSIGHTS
INTO LEADERSHIP STYLE by James L. Lundy. Avant Books, 1990



MEMORANDUM 1 --- Major challenges exist for those who would be leaders (p1-14)

MEMORANDUM 2 --- It is easy to get off to a poor start! (p15-22)

MEMORANDUM 3 --- Numerous syndromes can get in your way (p23-32)

    [Item 1] The "secrecy-of-my-job" syndrome (p24-25)

    [Item 2] The "fill-the-vacuum" syndrome (p26)

    [Item 3] The "tell-tell-tell" or "mushroom farm" syndrome (p27-28)

    [Item 4] The "good-news-only" syndrome (p29-30)

    [Item 5] Four related syndromes, including the "Golden-Rule-of-Power" (p31-32)

      1. There are two sides to every issue,
      but I don't have time to listen to yours!


      2. If I want your opinion,
      I will give it to you!


      3. Do it because I said to.
      Do it because I am the boss!


      4. The "Golden-Rule-of-Power" is: He who has the gold makes the rules!

    MEMORANDUM 4 --- Power and its use can complicate your relationships (p33-42)

    MEMORANDUM 5 --- Communication is the key ingredient for effective group effort (p43-55)

    MEMORANDUM 6 --- Associates can get hooked on results through participation (p57-72)

    MEMORANDUM 7 --- You can adopt-and-enjoy a participative leadership style (p73-89)

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR (p91)


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