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Joan V. Gallos is professor of leadership, University of Missouri Curators' Distinguished Teaching Professor, and director of the Executive MBA program at the Henry W. Bloch School of Management at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She is the coauthor of Teaching Diversity and the editor of Organization Development: A Jossey-Bass Reader and Business Leadership: A Jossey-Bass Reader, Second Edition, all from Jossey-Bass.
|About the Authors||p. xxi|
|Leadership Epistemology: When You Understand, You Know What to Do||p. 1|
|Opportunities and Challenges in Academic Leadership||p. 3|
|Sensemaking and the Power of Reframing||p. 15|
|Knowing What You're Doing: Learning, Authenticity, and Theories for Action||p. 31|
|Reframing Leadership Challenges||p. 47|
|Building Clarity and Capacity: Leader as Analyst and Architect||p. 49|
|Respecting and Managing Differences: Leader as Compassionate Politician||p. 69|
|Fostering a Caring and Productive Campus: Leader as Servant, Catalyst, and Coach||p. 89|
|Keeping the Faith and Celebrating the Mission: Leader as Prophet and Artist||p. 107|
|Sustaining Higher Education Leaders: Courage and Hope||p. 127|
|Managing Conflict||p. 129|
|Leading from the Middle||p. 143|
|Leading Difficult People||p. 163|
|Managing Your Boss||p. 177|
|Sustaining Health and Vitality||p. 189|
|Feeding the Soul||p. 201|
|Epilogue: The Sacred Nature of Academic Leadership||p. 219|
|Name Index||p. 243|
|Subject Index||p. 247|
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