Is your organization really a leader and a group of "yes" men? In his new book, Why Great Leaders Don’t Take Yes for an Answer, Michael Roberto outlines "concrete steps that managers at all levels can take to spark positive conflict and make sure that all views get a fair hearing, and he outlines as well a fair and open process for making more effective decisions."
This morning I came across an interview with Roberto on Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge e-newsletter (actually, I read a snippet of it on John Maxwell’s e-newsletter, Leadership Wired. To subscribe click here.
Check it out. I bet Roberto’s new book gets added to your stack. It will mine!