Invitational Leadership is a fresh and innovative model based on a single theoretical framework. The model shifts from emphasizing control and dominance to one that focuses on connectedness, cooperation, and communication.
Based on sound philosophical and psychological assumptions, Invitational Leadership has been tested and successfully applied by leaders in numerous fields, including administration, business, nursing, dentistry, counseling, and other professions. Invitational Leadership is the basis for the International Alliance for Invitational Education, a network of over a thousand professionals from all 50 states as well as Great Britain, Canada, China, South Africa, and countries throughout Central and South America.
William Purkey and Betty Siegel have written much more than a guidebook to becoming a healthier and more effective leader; they proffer a radically profound, compelling argument that it is time for people in positions of authority to forge a new kind of relationship with others based on dialogue, respect, and collaboration. This insightful work is long overdue in an age of “might makes right,” and contains great wisdom in promoting solid values found in various democratic and spiritual organizations. Supervisors and coaches, CEO’s and shop stewards, managers and parents — anyone and everyone who deals with others, take notice.
This is a truly inspirational book in its invitation for all people to join together in a shared vision of promise and greatness.
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"Dr. Betty Siegel is a consummate leader and story-teller. She shares her wisdom in this book that is packed with innovative,'I can use that today' insights. If you have an opportunity to hear Dr. Siegel speak on this topic, do so. She will hold you on the edge of your seat with her inspiring, profound observations on how each of us can positively impact others on a daily basis". —S. Horn, CA
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