Leadership: Understanding the Dynamics of Power and Influence in Organizations
University of Notre Dame Press, 1997 - 577 páginas
An anthology of key writings by renowned contributors, this volume offers advanced students of business, sociology, and psychology an excellent overview of the major issues and theories that concern the field of leadership. For those already in the workplace - professional business people as well as educators, health care workers, public administrators, law enforcement personnel, and directors of not-for-profit groups, this collection delivers the very best from widely recognized journals and periodicals in the areas of general management and leadership.
This book explores six facets of leadership: the myths and facts of what leaders do, power and influence, dysfunctional aspects of leadership, models of leadership, alternative views of leadership, and emerging issues.
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Introduction and Overview
What Leaders Really
Folklore and Fact
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