Tom Peters introduces viewers to four examples of the leadership alliance at work -- a General Motors parts plant, a sausage manufacturer, and a New Hampshire high school. When managers and employees (or students) work together in an alliance of leadership, extraordinary results are possible.
On his journey, Peters discovers that leadership involves more than the behavior of the few men and women who run the organization. Instead, it is a special kind of alliance between managers and workers that fully engages the talents and potential of everyone in the organization.
The Leadership Alliance is a tale of 4,000, not just four, leaders. As Peters reminds viewers, "It just happens to be four people who opened the door to those 4,000 people."
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