9780470086988

Practicing Leadership Principles and Applications, 4th Edition

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    9780470086988

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    047008698X

  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 8/1/2010
  • Publisher: Wiley

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Summary

Now business professionals can build a foundation for developing their style of leadership with this fourth edition. New profiles have been added throughout the book that incorporate people, organizations, and nations that have been in the news in the recent past. It also more clearly articulates the connections between the profiles in a chapter and the theory covered. A new chapter explores the latest trends in commonly used workplace technologies and their impact on leadership. It stresses the challenges and opportunities of virtual leadership. Business professionals will also benefit from the inclusion of additional essays by experts in leadership.

Table of Contents

About the Authorsp. iii
Acknowledgementsp. v
Prefacep. xi
Leadership Foundations
Introducing Leadership: Beginning to form your Personal Leadership Model
Our Assumptionsp. 4
Our Methods for Framing Leadershipp. 7
A Preview of the Journeyp. 8
Miep Giesp. 11
Martin Lutherp. 13
King Husseinp. 14
Nelson Mandelap. 15
Ethical Leadership
Executive Leaders Create Ethical Culturep. 21
Unethical, Hypocritical, and Ethically Neutral Leadershipp. 24
Unethical Leadershipp. 24
Hypocritical Leadershipp. 25
Ethically Neutral Leadershipp. 26
A Personal Model of Ethical Leadershipp. 28
A Guide for Ethical Decision Makingp. 29
Roger Boisjolyp. 30
Sherron Watkinsp. 31
Rosa Parksp. 32
Leadership in a Global and Multicultural Society
The Multicultural Leaderp. 36
Awareness of One's Own Personal Diversity Dimensionsp. 36
Understanding of Other World Views-Hofstede's Model of Cross-National Cultural Dimensionsp. 40
Culturally Responsive Practice-Individual Levelp. 45
Multicultural Leadership: Case Studiesp. 53
A. G. Lafleyp. 53
Abdul Sattar Edhip. 54
Thomas Friedmanp. 56
Leadership Principles and Applications
The Evolution of Western Leadership
Scientific Managementp. 62
Second-Wave Western Management and Leadership Theories and Ideas: The Hawthorne Experimentsp. 64
Operations Management and the Quality Movementp. 65
Trait Theoryp. 66
Behavioral Theories of Leadershipp. 67
The Ohio State Studiesp. 68
The University of Michigan Studiesp. 68
The Leadership Gridp. 68
Jack Welchp. 70
Mid-To-Late Twentieth-Century Models of Leadershipp. 71
Hersey and Blanchard's Situational Leadership Modelp. 71
House's Path-Goal Theoryp. 72
Fiedler's Leader-Match Theoryp. 74
Leader-Member Exchange (LMX)p. 75
Leading in the Twenty First Century and Beyondp. 76
Servant Leadershipp. 76
Transformational Leadership Theoriesp. 78
Critical Transformational Leadershipp. 79
Doctors without Bordersp. 81
Psychology 1-Intelligence and Personality
Intelligencep. 85
Psychometric Modelp. 86
Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Modelp. 88
Goleman's Theory of Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligencep. 90
Sternberg's Triarchic Theoryp. 93
Personalityp. 95
Are Leaders Horn or Are They Made?p. 96
John Broadus Watsonp. 98
Attitudes, Perceptions, and Attributionsp. 100
Psychology II-Motivation and Communication
Motivation Theoriesp. 106
Hierarchy of Needsp. 106
ERG Theoryp. 107
Reinforcement Theoryp. 108
Herzberg's Dual Factor Theoryp. 110
McGregor's Theory X and Theory Yp. 110
McClelland's Trichotomy of Needsp. 111
Equity Theoryp. 112
Expectancy Theoryp. 113
Joe Paternop. 115
Communicationp. 117
Basic Communication Theory: The Transactional Model of Encoding, Channels, and Decodingp. 117
Filters and Setsp. 119
Interferencep. 120
Types of Communicationp. 120
Strategies for Facilitating Communication: The Role of Listeningp. 124
Factors Leading to Breakdowns in Communicationp. 125
Improving Communicationsp. 126
Barbara Jordanp. 128
Management and Leadership
Leadership Versus Managementp. 134
Management and Leadership: Contemporary and Future Conceptionsp. 137
Green Thumb Leadershipp. 137
J. C. R. Linkliderp. 138
Managerial Mentoringp. 139
Managerial Leadershipp. 140
Ursula Burnsp. 141
Leadership Skills: What Leaders Really Dop. 142
Power and Leadership from the Top: Leadership Lessons from Political Science
Power and Influencep. 152
Sources of Powerp. 156
Presidential leadership in the United Statesp. 160
Franklin Delano Rooseveltp. 166
Margaret Thatcherp. 168
Teaming and Leadership
Advantages to Working in Teamsp. 173
Barriers to Effective Teamworkp. 174
Traditional Teamsp. 177
Project Teamsp. 177
Barriers to Effective Project Teamworkp. 177
Leading Project Teamsp. 178
Cross-Functional Teamsp. 179
Multicultural Teamsp. 179
High-Performing Teamsp. 180
High-Performing Inclusive Teamsp. 181
Pseudo Temporary Teamsp. 181
Dean Smithp. 182
César Estrada Chávezp. 184
Barry and Eliot Tatelmanp. 185
Leadership 2.0: Virtual Leadership
Virtual Leadershipp. 190
Skills and Techniques for Effective Virtual Leadershipp. 190
Virtual Organizationsp. 193
Virtual Workforcep. 193
Telecommutingp. 196
Virtual Work and Outsourcingp. 196
Virtual Teamsp. 197
Jetblue Airlinesp. 199
Using Technology to Enhance Virtual Organizationsp. 200
Leadership and Technology: Case Studiesp. 204
Marshall Goldsmithp. 205
Philosophy and Leadership
The Greeks: The Leader as Harmonizer and Teacherp. 209
Plato's Republic: Ideal Leader in the Idea Cityp. 209
The Leader as Provider of Resources and Guide to Othersp. 212
The Leader as Mediator of Individual Self-Interestp. 213
Thomas Hobbesp. 213
John Lockep. 214
Niccolo Machiavellip. 215
Mahatma Gandhip. 217
United States Military Leadership-The Art of Command
The Study of Military Leadership: What's in it for Me? (WIFM)p. 222
Boardroom to Battlefield: Comparison and Contrastp. 223
Areas of Differencep. 224
Areas of Similarityp. 226
Military Leadership Defined and Appliedp. 227
Informed Leadershipp. 231
Learning Leadershipp. 231
Dwight D. Eisenhowerp. 234
Major L. Tammy Duckworthp. 235
General Colin L. Powellp. 236
Leadership for Environmental Sustainability
Why is it Difficult to be an Environmental Leader?p. 242
Ray Andersonp. 245
David Orrp. 246
Sustainability: A Framework for Environmental Leadership and Actionp. 248
Tragedy of the Commonsp. 248
Advantages to Leadership on the Environmentp. 251
Transformational Environmental Leadership?p. 256
Rachel Carsonp. 258
Al Gorep. 260
Practicing leadership-It's Your Turn
Michael Loban's Approach: The Versatile Student Leaderp. 264
Leadership Habitsp. 264
Reading People, Environments, and Circumstancesp. 270
The Alchemy of Changep. 273
Mary Satchwell: The ôACEö Theory of Leadershipp. 275
Putting it All Together: Your Personal Theory on Leadershipp. 279
Referencesp. 282
Indexp. 297
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