Leadership : The Current State of Play.

By: Howieson, W. BMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandEmerald Points Ser: Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (247 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781787697850Subject(s): LeadershipGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Leadership : The Current State of PlayDDC classification: 658.4092 LOC classification: HD57.7 .H695 2019Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Leadership: The Current State of Play -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Vignettes -- About the Author -- Contributors -- Foreword: Laurence Clarke -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Backdrop -- Aim -- Audience(s) -- Structure -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: What Is leadership? - An Academic Perspective -- Chapter 3: How Does One Do It? - A Practitioner Perspective -- Chapter 4: Conclusion -- A Working Framework: The Leadership Matrix™ -- Chapter Summary -- Notes -- References -- Suggested Further Reading -- Books -- Academic Journal Articles -- Chapter 2 What Is Leadership? - An Academic Perspective -- Introduction -- Chapter Aim -- Etymology and the Language of Leadership -- The Definitional Problem -- History of Leadership Research -- A Key Debate -- Leadership Models, Philosophies and Styles -- Leadership Models: General -- Leadership Philosophies -- Adaptive -- Technical and Adaptive Problems -- Leadership and Authority -- Technical and Adaptive Problems -- Leadership and Authority -- Authentic -- Distributed -- Ethical -- Servant -- Shared -- Leadership Styles -- Iowa -- Ohio State -- Michigan -- Criticisms of the Mainstream Approach - Challenging the Western Hegemony -- Its Difference to Management and Command (i.e., Being the Boss) -- Looking Ahead - The Next 30 Years -- Chapter Summary -- Notes -- References -- Suggested Further Reading -- Books -- Academic Journal Articles -- (a) Etymology and the Language of Leadership -- (b) The Definitional Problem -- (c) Leadership Models, Philosophies and Styles -- (1) Leadership Model -- (2) Leadership Theory -- (3) Leadership Philosophy -- (4) Leadership Styles -- (d) Criticisms -- Chapter 3 How Does One Do It? - A Practitioner's Perspective -- Introduction -- The Practitioner View -- What Is Leadership?.
What Should Leaders Do? -- Chapter Summary -- Notes -- References -- Suggested Further Reading -- Books -- Practitioner Articles -- Chapter 4 Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Endnote: Bernard Burnes -- The New Rules of Leadership? -- References -- Index.
Summary: Leadership:The Current State of Playseeks to combine current academic andpractitioner thinking to present an illuminating and accessible overview ofhistorical and contemporary leadership thought.
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Cover -- Leadership: The Current State of Play -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Vignettes -- About the Author -- Contributors -- Foreword: Laurence Clarke -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Backdrop -- Aim -- Audience(s) -- Structure -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: What Is leadership? - An Academic Perspective -- Chapter 3: How Does One Do It? - A Practitioner Perspective -- Chapter 4: Conclusion -- A Working Framework: The Leadership Matrix™ -- Chapter Summary -- Notes -- References -- Suggested Further Reading -- Books -- Academic Journal Articles -- Chapter 2 What Is Leadership? - An Academic Perspective -- Introduction -- Chapter Aim -- Etymology and the Language of Leadership -- The Definitional Problem -- History of Leadership Research -- A Key Debate -- Leadership Models, Philosophies and Styles -- Leadership Models: General -- Leadership Philosophies -- Adaptive -- Technical and Adaptive Problems -- Leadership and Authority -- Technical and Adaptive Problems -- Leadership and Authority -- Authentic -- Distributed -- Ethical -- Servant -- Shared -- Leadership Styles -- Iowa -- Ohio State -- Michigan -- Criticisms of the Mainstream Approach - Challenging the Western Hegemony -- Its Difference to Management and Command (i.e., Being the Boss) -- Looking Ahead - The Next 30 Years -- Chapter Summary -- Notes -- References -- Suggested Further Reading -- Books -- Academic Journal Articles -- (a) Etymology and the Language of Leadership -- (b) The Definitional Problem -- (c) Leadership Models, Philosophies and Styles -- (1) Leadership Model -- (2) Leadership Theory -- (3) Leadership Philosophy -- (4) Leadership Styles -- (d) Criticisms -- Chapter 3 How Does One Do It? - A Practitioner's Perspective -- Introduction -- The Practitioner View -- What Is Leadership?.

What Should Leaders Do? -- Chapter Summary -- Notes -- References -- Suggested Further Reading -- Books -- Practitioner Articles -- Chapter 4 Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Endnote: Bernard Burnes -- The New Rules of Leadership? -- References -- Index.

Leadership:The Current State of Playseeks to combine current academic andpractitioner thinking to present an illuminating and accessible overview ofhistorical and contemporary leadership thought.

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W. B. Howieson is a Professor and Head of the Management Division in the Business School at Edinburgh Napier University, UK. He is the lead author of Public and Third Sector Leadership: Experience Speaks (Emerald, 2014).

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