AME is committed to the people-centric leadership movement. We feel this is an awesome responsibility to create a cultural environment in which people can realize their gifts, develop and apply their talents and feel a genuine sense of fulfillment for their contributions in pursuit of a common purpose. PCL involves employees at every level: manufacturing, office staff, management and the CEO. AME offers a variety of events to help you, your co-workers and your company to fully embrace and live the people-centric leadership way.
For more information about applying and implementing people-centric leadership, don't miss this upcoming event:
- Mid-Atlantic region event, Listen Like a Leader, on September 12 - 14, 2017.
Behaviours That Can Develop and Maintain Trust in the Workplace
from TMA World Borderless Learning
7 Reasons Employees Don't Trust Their Leaders
from Forbes.com, Dec. 9, 2013
10 Ways to Tell Trust Is Lacking Where You Work
by Nan S Russell, May 23, 2014 in Trust: The New Workplace Currency
Building Trust in the Workplace
by Amy Lyman, Great Place to Work Institute
Hear from CEOs how people-centric leadership has enabled their businesses to thrive. Ron Harper, president of Cogent Power Inc., and George Saiz, President and CEO of AME, are joined by Ed O'Boyle, Gallup, who shares insights on the characteristics of people-centric organizations.
5 Keys to Inspiring Leadership, No Matter Your Style
by Gwen Moran
How to Become a Motivational Leader
by Brian Tracy
How to Be a Great Leader
Six Habits of People-Centric Leaders
by Joel Trammell
- The 7 Secrets of Inspiring Leaders
by Carmine Gallo Forbes, July 6, 2011
The 5 Languages of
Appreciation in the Workplace
by Gary Chapman; Paul White
This book helps supervisors and managers effectively communicate appreciation and encouragement to their employees, resulting in higher levels of job satisfaction, halthier relationships between managers and employees and decreased cases of burnout.
The Best Leaders Are Humble Leaders
by Jeanine Prime and Elizabeth Salib, Harvard Business Review, May 12, 2014
Humility, the Heart of a Leader
by Kathleen A. Patterson, Ph.D. School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, Regent University
Humility in Leadership
by Gadadhara Pandit Dasa
Humility in the Workplace
by Rosa Say
Turn the Ship Around!
by David Marquet
Publication date: 2012-08-01
From the vantage point of the commander of the USS Santa Fe, read how the crew completely turned the ship around, going from worst to first by questioning many of our basic leadership assumptions and shifting from take-control authority to give-control empowerment.
The Servant Leader
by Ken Blanchard; Phil Hodges
Servant Leader summarizes the Four Dimensions of Leadership: the head (leadership assumptions and methods), the hands (application and leadership behavior), the heart (edging God out) and the habits (solitude, prayer, study of scripture, unconditional love, etc).
Why Is Listening Important in a Business Organization?
by Janice Tingum, Demand Media
by Marisa Stoltzfus, Aug. 27, 2013 from A Framework for Examining Workplace Culture- Area 6: Listening
10 Reasons Your Top Talent Will Leave You
by Mike Myatt, Dec.13, 2012
Tom Peters uses an example from the healthcare industry to highlight the importance of listening. According to Tom, "the single most significant strategic strength that an organization can have is not a good strategic plan, but a commitment to strategic listening on the part of every member of the organization."