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Leadership; Theory and Practice,9780761925668

Leadership; Theory and Practice

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3rd
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9780761925668

ISBN10:
076192566X
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Pub. Date:
6/1/2003
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Sage Publications, Inc
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Summary

The Third Edition of this bestselling text reviews and analyzes the foremost leadership theories, giving special attention to how each theoretical approach can be applied in real-world organizations. For anyone seeking to explore how an understanding of leadership theory can inform and direct the way leadership is practiced, Leadership: Theory and Practice is an indispensable tool. Adopted as a textbook at over 250 colleges and universities, this bestselling volume is equally useful for private-sector leadership development training programs.New to this Edition:* A chapter titled "Skills Approach", which focuses on the essential competencies leaders need to achieve effective performance* New research sources, innovative models, new case studies, new figures and tables, additional research-based applications, and expanded discussions of current issues in leadership research* New and expanded discussions of transformational leadership, team leadership, the psychodynamic approach, women and leadership and leadership ethics

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Special Features xii
Audience xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Introduction
1(14)
Leadership Defined
2(2)
Leadership Described
4(6)
Trait Versus Process Leadership
4(1)
Assigned Versus Emergent Leadership
5(1)
Leadership and Power
6(1)
Leadership and Coercion
7(1)
Leadership and Management
8(2)
Plan of the Book
10(1)
Summary
10(2)
References
12(3)
Trait Approach
15(20)
Description
15(6)
Intelligence
19(1)
Self-Confidence
19(1)
Determination
20(1)
Integrity
20(1)
Sociability
20(1)
How Does the Trait Approach Work?
21(1)
Strengths
22(1)
Criticisms
23(1)
Application
24(1)
Case Studies
25(4)
Choosing a New Director of Research
25(1)
A Remarkable Turnaround
26(2)
Recruiting for the Bank
28(1)
Leadership Instrument
29(3)
Leadership Trait Questionnaire (LTQ)
31(1)
Summary
32(1)
References
33(2)
Skills Approach
35(30)
Description
35(1)
Three-Skill Approach
36(3)
Technical Skill
36(1)
Human Skill
37(1)
Conceptual Skill
38(1)
Summary of the Three-Skill Approach
38(1)
Skills Model
39(10)
Competencies
40(4)
Individual Attributes
44(2)
Leadership Outcomes
46(1)
Career Experiences
47(1)
Environmental Influences
48(1)
Summary of the Skills Model
49(1)
How Does the Skills Approach Work?
49(1)
Strengths
50(1)
Criticisms
51(1)
Application
52(1)
Case Studies
53(6)
A Strained Research Team
53(2)
A Shift for Lieutenant Colonel Adams
55(2)
Andy's Recipe
57(2)
Leadership Instrument
59(3)
Skills Inventory
61(1)
Summary
62(1)
References
63(2)
Style Approach
65(22)
Description
65(8)
The Ohio State Studies
66(1)
The University of Michigan Studies
67(1)
Blake and Mouton's Managerial (Leadership) Grid
68(5)
How Does the Style Approach Work?
73(1)
Strengths
74(1)
Criticisms
75(1)
Application
76(1)
Case Studies
77(3)
A Drill Sergeant at First
77(1)
Eating Lunch Standing Up
78(1)
Enhancing the Department's Culture
79(1)
Leadership Instrument
80(3)
Style Questionnaire
82(1)
Summary
83(1)
References
84(3)
Situational Approach
87(22)
Description
87(4)
Leadership Styles
89(1)
Development Levels
90(1)
How Does the Situational Approach Work?
91(1)
Strengths
92(1)
Criticisms
93(3)
Application
96(1)
Case Studies
97(4)
What Style Do I Use?
97(2)
Why Aren't They Listening?
99(1)
Getting the Message Across
100(1)
Leadership Instrument
101(5)
Situational Leadership: A Brief Questionnaire
103(3)
Summary
106(1)
References
107(2)
Contingency Theory
109(14)
Description
109(3)
Leadership Styles
110(1)
Situational Variables
110(2)
How Does Contingency Theory Work?
112(1)
Strengths
113(1)
Criticisms
114(2)
Application
116(1)
Case Studies
117(2)
No Control Over the Student Council
117(1)
Giving Him a Hard Time
117(1)
What's the Best Leader Match?
118(1)
Leadership Instrument
119(2)
Least Preferred Coworker (LPC) Measure
120(1)
Summary
121(1)
References
122(1)
Path-Goal Theory
123(24)
Description
123(2)
Leader Behaviors
125(2)
Directive Leadership
125(1)
Supportive Leadership
126(1)
Participative Leadership
126(1)
Achievement-Oriented Leadership
126(1)
Subordinate Characteristics
127(1)
Task Characteristics
128(1)
How Does Path-Goal Theory Work?
129(2)
Strengths
131(1)
Criticisms
132(1)
Application
133(1)
Case Studies
134(6)
Three Shifts, Three Supervisors
135(2)
Direction for Some, Support for Others
137(1)
Marathon Runners at Different Levels
138(2)
Leadership Instrument
140(3)
Path-Goal Leadership Questionnaire
142(1)
Summary
143(1)
References
144(3)
Leader-Member Exchange Theory
147(22)
Description
147(1)
Early Studies
148(2)
Later Studies
150(1)
Leadership Making
151(2)
How Does LMX Theory Work?
153(1)
Strengths
154(1)
Criticisms
155(2)
Application
157(1)
Case Studies
158(5)
His Team Gets the Best Assignments
158(2)
Working Hard at Being Fair
160(1)
Taking On Additional Responsibilities
161(2)
Leadership Instrument
163(3)
LMX 7 Questionnaire
165(1)
Summary
166(1)
References
167(2)
Transformational Leadership
169(34)
Description
169(1)
Transformational Leadership Defined
170(1)
Transformational Leadership and Charisma
171(2)
A Model of Transformational Leadership
173(7)
Transformational Leadership Factors
174(4)
Transactional Leadership Factors
178(1)
Nonleadership Factor
179(1)
Other Transformational Perspectives
180(2)
Bennis and Nanus
180(1)
Tichy and DeVanna
181(1)
How Does the Transformational Approach Work?
182(1)
Strengths
183(2)
Criticisms
185(2)
Application
187(2)
Case Studies
189(5)
The Vision Failed
189(2)
Students Dig It
191(1)
Her Vision Was a Model Research Center
192(2)
Leadership Instrument
194(4)
Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ) Form 6S
196(2)
Summary
198(1)
References
199(4)
Team Leadership
203(32)
Susan E. Kogler Hill
Description
203(2)
A Functional Model of Team Leadership
205(3)
Dimensions of Leadership on Teams
208(2)
Monitoring
208(1)
Action Taking
209(1)
Characteristics of Effective Teams
210(5)
Clear, Elevating Goal
212(1)
Results-Driven Structure
212(1)
Competent Team Members
212(1)
Unified Commitment
213(1)
Collaborative Climate
213(1)
Standards of Excellence
213(1)
External Support and Recognition
214(1)
Leadership
214(1)
Team Leadership Model
215(5)
How Does the Team Leadership Model Work?
220(2)
Strengths
222(1)
Criticisms
223(1)
Application
224(2)
Case Studies
226(3)
Can This Virtual Team Work?
226(1)
They Dominated the Conversation
227(1)
Starts With a Bang, Ends With a Whimper
228(1)
Leadership Instrument
229(3)
Team Excellence and Collaborative Team Leader Questionnaire
231(1)
Summary
232(1)
References
233(2)
Psychodynamic Approach
235(30)
Ernest L. Stech
Description
235(2)
Background
237(9)
Family of Origin
238(1)
Maturation or Individuation
238(2)
Dependence and Independence
240(1)
Repression and the Shadow Self
240(2)
Archetypes
242(2)
Relational Analysis
244(2)
How Does the Psychodynamic Approach Work?
246(2)
Strengths
248(1)
Criticisms
249(2)
Application
251(3)
Case Studies
254(3)
A Change in Behavior
254(1)
Not the Type Who Sees the ``Big Picture''
255(1)
Asking for Feedback
256(1)
Leadership Instrument
257(4)
Psychodynamic Approach Survey
258(3)
Summary
261(1)
References
262(3)
Women and Leadership
265(36)
Julie Indvik
Description
265(2)
Definitions
265(2)
Overview of Research Trends
267(15)
Can Women Be Leaders?
267(3)
Do Female and Male Leaders Differ in Their Behavior and Effectiveness?
270(3)
Why Do So Few Women Leaders Reach the Top?
273(9)
Strengths
282(1)
Criticisms
283(1)
Application
284(1)
Case Studies
284(4)
Dispelling the Stereotype
285(1)
``But That's What I Proposed''
286(1)
Others Seek Her Opinions, but the CEO Never Knows
287(1)
Leadership Instrument
288(4)
Gender Consciousness Questionnaire
290(2)
Summary
292(1)
References
293(8)
Leadership Ethics
301(30)
Description
301(1)
Ethics Defined
302(1)
Ethical Theories
303(3)
Centrality of Ethics to Leadership
306(1)
Heifetz's Perspective on Ethical Leadership
307(1)
Burns's Perspective on Ethical Leadership
308(1)
Greenleaf's Perspective on Ethical Leadership
308(2)
Principles of Ethical Leadership
310(6)
Ethical Leaders Respect Others
310(1)
Ethical Leaders Serve Others
311(1)
Ethical Leaders Are Just
312(2)
Ethical Leaders Are Honest
314(1)
Ethical Leaders Build Community
315(1)
Strengths
316(1)
Criticisms
317(1)
Application
318(1)
Case Studies
319(4)
A Struggling Company With Not Enough Cash
319(1)
How Safe Is Safe?
320(2)
Reexamining a Proposal
322(1)
Leadership Instrument
323(2)
Perceived Leader Integrity Scale (PLIS)
324(1)
Summary
325(2)
References
327(4)
Author Index 331(4)
Subject Index 335(6)
About the Author 341(2)
About the Contributors 343


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