Leadership Books [Page 3 of 497]
Rugby, Biological Sciences & Nutrition -> Health -> Activities & Sports
Tersia Botha; Johan Strydom; Watson Ladzani; Sharon RudanskyKloppers
Publisher: Oxford University Press Southern Africa
E. Schuitema, Hilda Hermann
Leadership, Management, General, Business & Economics -> Management -> Leadership, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, English & College Success -> English -> Professional & Technical Communication, P0111001, P0110100
Publisher: Springer Nature
Leadership provides a critical review and analysis of the key components of leadership. Against an historical backdrop, the text explores the foundations of good leadership, the relationship between leaders and subordinates and the role leaders play in the dynamics of organisational life. Taking a critical perspective, this text is an ideal course companion for undergraduate and MBA students studying leadership.
Leadership Turning Silver into Gold
Success, General Interests & Hobbies -> Self-Help -> Self-Help General
Matthew J. Jamison
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
First and foremost, this book is about leadership. The world is in need of great leaders to ensure the success of all organizations, businesses, and government entities. Perhaps as much as any company or business, police departments require effective leadership.It is critical to distinguish leadership from other related terms like management, supervision, and oversight. Leadership means much more than any of these words. Leaders are personally invested in the well-being of their organization and in their personal success. This includes the idea that true leaders are willing to work tirelessly and fully commit themselves to their organization and its mission. The most effective leaders do so by the example they set each day. Leaders must also be accountable by taking responsibility for the success of the organization through measurable results. In doing so, they will be required to improve upon existing procedures and take calculated risks via the implementation of new programs.Leadership: Turning Silver into Gold details the ascent of a police department, due in large measure to effective leadership. While this text is based largely upon the dynamics of police leadership, the overall themes may be applied within virtually any type of business. In moving any entity forward, changes will occur, both by the choosing of those running the organization and by necessity when outside influences so dictate. The best leaders are receptive to change and embrace this growing process in order to realize success.In leading a police organization, those in positions of power must realize that the most minute details can be critical, and thus the little things must never be overlooked. All persons, whether inside or outside the agency, must be treated with dignity and respect. True leadership includes developing the next generation of leaderships via the mentoring process. Developing new talent is an ongoing process which ensures the future success of any organization.This book is dedicated to those who commit themselves to the cause of leading others. Effective leadership can be likened to, and as rewarding as, the idea of turning silver into gold.
Leadership Regional and Global Perspectives
Organizational Behavior, Business & Economics -> Management -> Organizational Behavior
Nuttawuth Muenjohn, Adela McMurray, Mario Fernando, James Hunt, Martin Fitzgerald, Bernard McKenna, Ali Intezari, Sarah Bankins, Jenny Waterhouse
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Whether leading a small team or a multinational corporation, within the public or private sector, a thorough understanding of the theory and best practice of leadership is essential. Leadership: Regional and Global Perspectives provides a fresh approach to leading in contemporary business environments. The theory component is complemented by a focus on strategic application. Each chapter features case studies highlighting the practical application of key concepts by organisational leaders in the Australasian region. Case studies at the end of each chapter provide a more nuanced analysis of the theory, while accompanying questions encourage students to think critically. Learning is further supported through the inclusion of learning objectives, key terms, further readings and review questions. An extensive bank of web resources is available to lecturers to support their teaching. Written by an expert team of academics from across Australia, Leadership gives students the tools they need to navigate their leadership journey.
Leadership Understanding the Dynamics of Power and Influence in Organizations, Second Edition
Historiography, History, General, Management, Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Social Sciences -> History -> General, Social Sciences -> Religion -> History, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Leadership, Business & Economics -> Management -> Organizational Behavior
Robert P. Vecchio
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press
Today a growing number of business schools, law schools, and continuing education programs in executive development and management training offer leadership classes. Despite the curricular recognition of this area, there is a shortage of strong college-level texts. Leadership, second edition—a completely up-to-date anthology of key writings by well-known contributors—meets the need for a textbook that encompasses the major theories in the field of leadership.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Leadership What's In It For Schools?
General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Education -> General, SCED66, SCSB1561, SCED78
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
The What's in it for Schools series has been written by experts in the field for an audience of busy practitioners. The books present research and thinking about topical education issues and present it in an accessible and relevant way. What makes a good leader? Does good leadership matter in helping schools be more successful? This concise and accessible book examines leadership in a practical way by helping principals, heads, teachers and parents establish their roles and responsibilities and get to grips with the unique leadership requirements of schools. The author explores issues such as leadership, what it is and how it works, character and culture as keys to improvement, how to build commitment, motivation and improved performance, and using local standards and assessments to improve schools and leadership as a form of social capital.
Leadership A Relevant and Realistic Role for Principals
General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Education -> General, SCKR1010
Lloyd E. Mc Cleary; Gary M. Crow; L. Joseph Matthews
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
With case studies on such topics as implementing a technology program and modifying a schedule, this book shows why principals must play a leadership role.
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Charles H. Brent
Publisher: Nabu Press
Publisher: Tsg Foundation
Robert L. Taylor, William E. Rosenbach
Publisher: Mcgraw-hill Publishing Co.
Publisher: Andrews Mcmeel Publishing
Kevin Hollins, Travis Holiday
Publisher: Independently Published
Giuliani, Rudolph W. With Ken Kurson
Publisher: Little Brown
Stephen R. Covey
Publisher: Free Pr