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Las Experiencias Transformacionales que Dejan a Personas Ordinarias Siendo Líderes, Acceso a un Contexto que te USA y la Educación Como una Expansión Mental (The Transformational Experiences that Leave Ordinary People Being Leaders and Access to a Context that Uses You and Education as Stretching the Mind)

35 Pages Posted: 23 Aug 2012 Last revised: 7 Apr 2017

Werner Erhard

Independent

Michael C. Jensen

SSRN; Harvard Business School; National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER); European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI); Harvard University - Accounting & Control Unit

Kari L. Granger

Center For Character and Leadership Development

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Date Written: March 5, 2010

Abstract

The English language version of this paper is available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1513400.

Este documento (compilado por Erhard, Jensen y Granger) incluye la primera, segunda y tercera lectura de las seis asignadas como lecturas previas del curso de liderazgo experimental ("Ser un Líder y el Efectivo Ejercicio de Liderazgo: un Modelo Ontológico") desarrollado por los autores en la Escuela de Negocios Simon de la Universidad de Rochester del 2004 al 2008 y fue programado para ser dictado en junio del 2010 en la Escuela de Negocios Mays de la Universidad de Texas A&M en College Station, Texas. (Este curso se imparte actualmente en la Academia de la Fuerza Aérea de Estados Unidos, y una versión del mismo se dicta en la Escuela de Negocios Simon de la Universidad de Rochester y en la Facultad de Derecho de Erasmus, Holanda, NL y fue dictado por nosotros en la Erasmus Academie en Holanda en 2009). La intención del curso es dejar a los participantes de hecho siendo líderes y ejerciendo liderazgo efectivamente y que contribuya a la creación de una nueva ciencia del liderazgo. El curso se basa en lo que llamamos un modelo ontológico de la naturaleza humana.

La primera de las tres lecturas previas asignadas, en este documento, contiene principalmente citas seleccionadas de Warren Bennis y Robert Thomas, "Crisoles de Liderazgo" (2002) y la mayoría del capítulo 2 de Bill George, "Auténtico Liderazgo" (2003), sobre "crisoles", con nuestros comentarios.

Tras la primera lectura de este documento, usted encontrará la segunda y tercera de las seis lecturas asignadas. La segunda lectura contiene principalmente citas seleccionadas de Carol Dweck, "Mentalidad: la Nueva Psicología de Éxito" (2006), sobre el contraste entre "mentalidades fija y de crecimiento", con nuestros comentarios y la tercera lectura "Educación como Expansión Mental" por Jamshed Bharucha (2008).

La cuarta, quinta y sexta de estas lecturas asignadas se encuentran en las siguientes direcciones URL:

"Integridad: sin ella nada funciona"
(Entrevista que sirve como un resumen introductorio de nuestro nuevo modelo de integridad)
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2134182

"Integridad: un modelo positivo que incorpora fenómenos normativos de Moral, Etica y Legalidad - Abreviado"
http://ssrn.com/abstract=1756285

"Lectura introductoria para ser un líder y el ejercicio efectivo del liderazgo: un modelo ontológico"
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2134158

Documento traducido al Español por el Grupo icClic. Para preguntas y comentarios respecto de la traducción favor enviar un mensaje a: contacto@icclic.com

This document (compiled by Erhard, Jensen and Granger) is the first, second and third of six pre-course reading assignments for an experimental leadership course ("Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological Model") developed by the authors at the U. Rochester Simon School of Business 2004-2008. (This course is taught at the U.S. Air Force Academy, and a version of which is taught at the U. of Rochester Simon School of Business and the Erasmus Law School, Rotterdam, NL, and was taught by us at Erasmus Academie in Rotterdam in 2009, the Mays School of Business, Texas A&M, College Station, TX, June, 2010, and Asia Plateau at Panchgani, India, Nov. 2010).

The intention of the course is to leave participants actually being leaders and exercising leadership effectively, and for the course to contribute to creating a new science of leadership. The course is founded on what we term an ontological/phenomenological model of human nature.

The first of the three pre-course reading assignments in this document primarily contains quotes selected from Warren Bennis & Robert Thomas, "Crucibles of Leadership" (2002), and most of Chapter 2 from Bill George, "Authentic Leadership:" (2003), regarding “crucibles,” with commentary by us.

Following the first reading assignment in this document, you will find the second and third of the six pre-course reading assignments. The second reading assignment primarily contains quotes selected from Carol Dweck, "Mindset: The New Psychology of Success" (2006), regarding the contrast between “fixed and growth mindsets”, with commentary by us. And the third reading assignment is “Education as Stretching the Mind" by Jamshed Bharucha (2008).

The fourth, fifth and sixth of the six pre-course reading assignments are located at the following URLs:

“Integrity: Without It Nothing Works”
(an interview that serves as an introductory summary of our new model of integrity)
http://ssrn.com/abstract=1511274

“Integrity: A Positive Model that Incorporates the Normative Phenomena of Morality, Ethics and Legality - Abridged”
http://ssrn.com/abstract=1542759

“Introductory Reading for Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological Model”
http://ssrn.com/abstract=1585976

The full course materials, including the pdf file of the PowerPoint textbook for the course is at:
http://ssrn.com/abstract=1263835

Document translated into Spanish by the Group icClic. For questions or comments regarding the translation please send a message to: contacto@icclic.com

Notes: Downloadable document is in Spanish.

Keywords: Restricciones Ontologicas, Ontological Constraints, Restricciones Perceptuales, Perceptual Constraints, Restricciones Funcionales, Functional Constraints

JEL Classification: M1

Suggested Citation

Erhard, Werner and Jensen, Michael C. and Granger, Kari L., Las Experiencias Transformacionales que Dejan a Personas Ordinarias Siendo Líderes, Acceso a un Contexto que te USA y la Educación Como una Expansión Mental (The Transformational Experiences that Leave Ordinary People Being Leaders and Access to a Context that Uses You and Education as Stretching the Mind) (March 5, 2010). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2134114 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2134114

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Kari L. Granger

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