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Studying leadership : traditional and critical approaches / Doris Schedl;itzki, Doris, Ph.D., and Gareth Edwards, Ph.D.

By: Schedlitzki, DorisContributor(s): Edwards, GarethDescription: xxii, 340 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781446207963; 9781446207970 Subject(s): LeadershipDDC classification: 658.4092 Summary: Written by leading academics, it is a truly comprehensive text, bringing together 15 different areas of Leadership and demonstrating how they are all connected. Each area is critically evaluated, firmly grounded in research and explored in enough depth to appeal to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. This text is structured around a timeline which guides students through the psychological and sociological influences that have led to opposing arguments in the field of Leadership studies to the most current thinking and debates and future perspectives, ensuring a holistic understanding. This text is supported by a companion website to take advantage of the additional learning resources for students and lecturers. Visit www.sagepub.co.uk/studyleadership. For students - Video links highlight real life examples and illustrations of leadership issues. Each chapter there are free selected SAGE journal articles to further develop your understanding. For lecturers - Instructor Manual containing tutor notes for each chapter to support your teaching., Experiential Exercises with Tutor Notes provide you with specific examples for exercises to use in class., PowerPoint Slides featuring learning objectives and key concepts from each chapter.
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Includes bibliographical references [pages 331-333] and index

Written by leading academics, it is a truly comprehensive text, bringing together 15 different areas of Leadership and demonstrating how they are all connected. Each area is critically evaluated, firmly grounded in research and explored in enough depth to appeal to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. This text is structured around a timeline which guides students through the psychological and sociological influences that have led to opposing arguments in the field of Leadership studies to the most current thinking and debates and future perspectives, ensuring a holistic understanding. This text is supported by a companion website to take advantage of the additional learning resources for students and lecturers. Visit www.sagepub.co.uk/studyleadership. For students - Video links highlight real life examples and illustrations of leadership issues. Each chapter there are free selected SAGE journal articles to further develop your understanding. For lecturers - Instructor Manual containing tutor notes for each chapter to support your teaching., Experiential Exercises with Tutor Notes provide you with specific examples for exercises to use in class., PowerPoint Slides featuring learning objectives and key concepts from each chapter.

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