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The Perils of accentuating the positive

Author: Kaiser, Robert B. Publisher: HoganPress, 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 170 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780981645759Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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The Perils of Accentuating the Positive Contents Acknowledgments About the Authors Introduction CH 1 - The rest of what you need to know about strengths-based development Robert B. Kaiser 1 vii ix Section 1: Strengths-only Is Not Viable CH 2 - It depends upon what you mean by a strength Robert W. Eichinger, Guangrong Dai, and King Yii Tang CH 3 - Managerial strengths and organizational needs: A crucial leadership gap Jean Brittain Leslie and Anand Chandrasekar 27 13 Section 2: Strengths Can Become Weaknesses CH 4 - Every strength a weakness and other caveats Morgan W. McCall, Jr. CH 5 - When strengths run amok Robert B. Kaiser and Robert E. Kaplan CH 6 - Victims of their own success Steven Berglas 77 57 41 Section 3: Weaknesses Matter CH 7 - Managerial derailment: Weaknesses that can be fixed William A. Gentry and Craig T. Chappelow CH 8 - Personality theory and positive psychology: Strategic self-awareness Robert Hogan and Michael J. Benson CH 9 - Unlocking the value of exceptional personalities Malcolm R. Davies 135 115 97 Section 4: Conclusion CH 10 - Strengths-based development in perspective Randall P. White 159

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