Электронная книга: Mark Fritz «Lead&Influence. Get More Ownership, Commitment, and Achievement From Your Team»

Lead&Influence. Get More Ownership, Commitment, and Achievement From Your Team

Lead&Influence explains how to use the power of ownership to become even more successful in leading your organization. Based on thirty years of leading and influencing across distances and cultures, author Mark Fritz has identified key leadership mindsets and habits that create a culture of ownership. It begins with a leader’s personal ownership. Second, it's about enabling personal ownership in others. Third, it's about enabling team and organizational ownership. Why? Because you want your people to not just do their job, but also to own the achievement (the outcomes). Explains how executives and managers can successfully lead across distances and cultures Author Mark Fritz is an international speaker focused on helping executives and managers successfully lead across distances and cultures . . . and still have a life A leader’s performance and quality of life is in direct proportion to the level of ownership their people to deliver the results. The more ownership your people take, the more success you and your organization will enjoy. Lead&Influence will show you how to empower your employees to own achievement, no matter the distance between you and them.

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ISBN: 9781118732892

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Mark Fritz

Mark Fritz is a Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent and award-winning author. In 1995 he won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for stories concerning the Rwandan Genocide. He also reported on the reunification of Germany.[1] His nonfiction book Lost on Earth chronicles the stories of people uprooted by the wars that broke out at the end of the Cold War.

As a staff writer for The Associated Press, he also covered the unification of Germany, the collapse of the Soviet Union, and wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Rwanda, Somalia, Chechnya, and Liberia, among many others.

For his Rwanda coverage, he won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1995[1] and his dispatches were selected for the book Best Newspaper Writing: 1995 and The Best of Best Newspaper Writing: 20th Anniversary Edition.[2] His book, LOST ON EARTH: Nomads of the New Order (hardcover, Little, Brown; trade paperback, Routledge) was named one of the top five non-fiction books of 1999 by Salon.com.[3]

As an AP editor on the international desk, he filed the first bulletin on the fall of the Berlin Wall. He subsequently was named East Berlin correspondent, then West Africa bureau chief.[4] Among numerous other awards, he was in 1995 the first recipient of the American Society of Newspaper Editors’ inaugural Jesse Laventhol Award for Deadline Writing.[5] He was twice a visiting lecturer at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies and has appeared on CNN, MSNBC and numerous other broadcast outlets.

He is a native of Detroit and graduate of Wayne State University.

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  1. ^ a b Pultizer site bio
  2. ^ Textbooks.com - America's Best Newspaper Writing : A Collection of ASNE Prizewinners - ISBN10: 0312250967; ISBN13: 9780312250966
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  4. ^ Amazon.com: Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more
  5. ^ ASNE - Leading America's Newsrooms

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