CONFIDENCE: How Winning Streaks and Losing Streaks Begin and End. Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Author. Crown Business $ (p). Confidence has ratings and 22 reviews. Robert said: Confidence: How Winning Streaks and Losing Streaks Begin and End Rosabeth Moss Kanter. Column: Cultivate a Culture of Confidence. Rosabeth Moss Kanter losers, but they respond differently, as I found in the research for my book Confidence.
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From the locker room to the living room to the boardroom—how winners become winners.
The keys to building an organizational culture and foundation of janter. Paperbackpages. Other editions – View all Confidence: Confidence provides fresh thinking about success in all facets of life—from the factors that can make or break corporations and governments to the keys for successful relationships in the workplace or at home.
Dallas Holden rated it it was ok Dec 19, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jun 19, Keith Maynard rated it it was amazing. By showing that the leader thinks that the organization merits the investment, it boosts organizational confidence. Kirby Brunclik rated it did not like it May 30, She lays out the habits for winning and, more importantly, recovering from setbacks.
Winning streaks are characterized by continuity and continued investment, Kanter argues, while losing streaks are marked by disruption and a lack of investment that typically give way to a self-fulfilling prophecy of failure.
Confidence can only be instilled in the markets if leaders are worthy of the confidence bestowed on them. She illustrates her ideas with a number of real-world examples, among them how the new owner of the Philadelphia Eagles stopped the team’s chronic losing ways and built a winning organization.
Also, it is a small win that builds the credibility of the leader. How Vanguard Companies Congidence Innovation, Profits, Growth, and Social Good, a manifesto for leadership of sustainable enterprises, was named one of the ten best business books of by Amazon.
Jun 12, Tony Wang rated it really liked it.
CONFIDENCE: How Winning Streaks and Losing Streaks Begin and End
The long march, which will be slower, fuzzier, and where the leader has less control, creates sustained long-term momentum by changing the systems and habits to build organizational confidence.
This is what most people associate with confidence. More By and About This Author.
Aug 31, Minutes. Oct 24, Ty rated it it was ok. Please try again later. Pessimists are often in denial and don’t want to know the truth so they don’t seek information. Losing streaks are often created and then perpetuated when people lose confidence in their leaders kamter systems, while winning streaks are fueled by confident people who are secure in their own abilities and the ability of their leaders.
Does that apply to the current leadership on the political side? Leaders must start by building credibility and confidence in the organization through small wins. Both winning streaks and losing streaks seem to be contagious.
I think this is an educational book, but it does help a lot of people already. Preview — Confidence by Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
The focus is on organizational confidence versus personal confidence, but I think I’ll be able to apply certain principles to my family life, like making sure my girls have adequate resources and support so they can be confident in their lives.
Return to Book Page. But every water walker needs the stones to make it possible to move across the mos. Encourage new ideas and treat people with respect as experts in their work.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Or is there another reason why some people and organizations always land on their feet, while others, equally talented, stumble again and again?
Is success simply a matter of money and talent? Jose-luis Gomez rated it really liked it May 12,