Leadership: theory and practice

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Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications, [2007].
4th ed.
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xx, 395 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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Northouse, P. G. (2007). Leadership: theory and practice. 4th ed. Thousand Oaks, SAGE Publications.

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50500|t Preface --|t Special features --|t Audience --|t Acknowledgments --|g 1.|t Introduction --|t Leadership defined --|t Ways of conceptualizing leadership --|t Definition and components --|t Leadership described --|t Trait versus process leadership --|t Assigned versus emergent leadership --|t Leadership and power --|t Leadership and coercion --|t Leadership and management --|t Plan of the book --|t Summary --|t References --|g 2.|t Trait approach --|t Description --|t Intelligence --|t Self-confidence --|t Determination --|t Integrity --|t Sociability --|t Five-factor personality model and leadership --|t Emotional intelligence --|t How does the trait approach work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 2.1 : Choosing a new director of research --|t Case 2.2 : A remarkable turnaround --|t Case 2.3 : Recruiting for the bank --|t Leadership instrument --|t Leadership trait questionnaire (LTQ) --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 3.|t Skills approach --|t Description --|t Three-skill approach --|t Technical skill --|t Human skill --|t Conceptual skill --|t Summary of the three-skill approach --|t Skills model --|t Problem-solving skills --|t Social judgment skills --|t Knowledge --|t Individual attributes --|t Crystallized cognitive ability --|t Motivation --|t Personality --|t Leadership outcomes --|t Effective problem solving --|t Performance --|t Career experiences --|t Environmental influences --|t Summary of the skills model --|t How does the skills approach work? --|t Strengths.
50500|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 3.1 : A strained research team --|t Case 3.2 : A shift for Lieutenant Colonel Adams --|t Case 3.3 : Andy's recipe --|t Leadership instrument --|t Skills inventory --|t Scoring --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 4.|t Style approach --|t Description --|t Ohio State studies --|t University of Michigan studies --|t Blake and Mouton's managerial (leadership) grid --|t Authority-compliance (9,1) --|t country Club management (1,9) --|t Impoverished management (1,1) --|t Middle -of-the-road management (5,5) --|t Team management (9,9) --|t Paternalism/maternalism --|t Opportunism --|t How does the style approach work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 4.1 : A drill sergeant at first --|t Case 4.2 : Eating lunch standing up --|t Case 4.3 : Enhancing the department's culture --|t Leadership instrument --|t Style questionnaire --|t Scoring --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References.
50500|g 5.|t Situational approach --|t Description --|t Leadership styles --|t Development levels --|t How does the situational approach work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 5.1 : What style do I use? --|t Case 5.1 : Why aren't they listening? --|t Case 5.3 : Getting the message across --|t Leadership instrument --|t Situational leadership : a brief questionnaire --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 6.|t Contingency approach --|t Description --|t Leadership styles --|t Situational variables --|t How does contingency theory work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 6.1 : No control over the student council --|t Case 6.2 : Giving him a hard time --|t Case 6.3 : What's the best leader match? --|t Leadership instrument --|t Least preferred coworker (LPC) measure --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 7.|t Path-goal theory --|t Description --|t Leader behaviors --|t Directive leadership --|t Supportive leadership --|t Participative leadership --|t Achievement-oriented leadership --|t Subordinate characteristics --|t Task characteristics --|t How does path-goal theory work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 7.1 : Three shifts, three supervisors --|t Case 7.2 : Direction for some, support for others --|t Case 7.3 : Marathon runners at different levels --|t Leadership instrument --|t Path-goal leadership questionnaire --|t Scoring --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References.
50500|g 8.|t Leader-member exchange theory --|t Description --|t Early studies --|t Later studies --|t Leadership making --|t How does LMX theory work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 8.1 : His team gets the best assignments --|t Case 8.2 : Working hard at being fair --|t Case 8.3 : Taking on additional responsibilities --|t Leadership instrument --|t LMX 7 questionnaire --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 9.|t Transformational leadership --|t Description --|t Transformational leadership defined --|t Transformational leadership and charisma --|t A model of transformational leadership --|t Transformational leadership factors --|t Idealized influence --|t Inspirational motivation --|t Intellectual stimulation --|t Individualized consideration --|t Transactional leadership factors --|t Contingent reward --|t Management-by-exception --|t Nonleadership factor --|t Laissez-faire --|t Other transformational perspectives --|t Bennis and Nanus --|t Kouzes and Posner --|t Model the way --|t Inspire a shared vision --|t Challenge the process --|t Enable others to act --|t Encourage the heart --|t How does the transformational approach work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 9.1 : The vision failed --|t Case 9.2 : Students dig it --|t Case 9.3 : Her vision was a model research center --|t Leadership instrument --|t Summary --|t Sample items from the multifactor leadership questionnaire (MLQ) form 5X-short --|t References.
50500|g 10.|t Team leadership /|r Susan E. Kogler Hill --|t Description --|t Team leadership model --|t Leadership decisions --|t Leadership decisions 1 : Should I monitor the team or take action? --|t Leadership decision 2 : Should I intervene to meet task or relational needs? --|t Leadership decision 3 : Should I intervene internally or externally? --|t Leadership actions --|t Internal task leadership actions --|t Internal relational leadership actions --|t External environmental leadership actions --|t t Team effectiveness --|t Clear, elevating goal --|t Results-driven structure --|t Competent team members --|t Unified commitment --|t Collaborative climate --|t Standards of excellence --|t External support and recognition --|t Principled leadership --|t How does the team leadership model work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 10.1 : Can this virtual team work? --|t Case 10.2 : They dominated the conversation --|t Case 10.3 : Starts with a bang, ends with a whimper --|t Leadership instrument --|t Team excellence and collaborative team leader questionnaire --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 11.|t Psychodynamic approach /|r Ernest L. Stech --|t Description --|t Background --|t Eric Berne and transactional analysis --|t Sigmund Freud and personality types --|t Carl Jung and personality types --|t Functions and preferences --|t Types and leadership --|t Sixteen types and leadership --|t Dealing with followers --|t How does the psychodynamic approach work? --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms.
50500|t Case studies --|t Case 11.1 : Not the type who sees the big picture --|t Case 11.2 : Staff meeting problems --|t Case 11.3 : Unexpected reactions --|t Leadership instrument --|t Psychodynamic approach survey --|t Scoring --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 12.|t Women and leadership /|r Crystal L. Hoyt --|t Description --|t Gender and leadership styles --|t Gender and leadership effectiveness --|t Glass ceiling --|t Evidence of the glass ceiling --|t Motives for removing the barriers --|t Explaining the glass ceiling --|t Human capital differences --|t Gender differences --|t Prejudice --|t Breaking the glass ceiling --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 12.1 : The glass ceiling --|t Case 12. 2 : Lack of inclusion and credibility --|t Case 12.3 : Pregnancy as a barrier to job status --|t Leadership instrument --|t Gender-leader implicit association test --|t Scoring --|t Summary --|t References --|g 13.|t Culture and leadership --|t Description --|t Culture defined --|t Related concepts --|t Ethnocentrism --|t Prejudice --|t Dimensions of culture --|t Uncertainty avoidance --|t Power distance --|t Institutional collectivism --|t In-group collectivism --|t Gender egalitarianism --|t Assertiveness --|t Future orientation --|t Performance orientation --|t Humane orientation --|t Clusters of world cultures --|t Characteristics of clusters --|t Anglo --|t Confucian Asia --|t Eastern Europe --|t Germanic Europe --|t Latin America --|t Latin Europe --|t Middle East --|t Nordic Europe --|t Southern Asia --|t Sub-Saharan Africa.
50500|t Leadership behavior and culture clusters --|t Eastern Europe leadership profile --|t Latin America leadership profile --|t Latin Europe leadership profile --|t Confucian Asia leadership profile --|t Nordic Europe leadership profile --|t Anglo leadership profile --|t Sub-Saharan Africa leadership profile --|t Southern Asia leadership profile --|t Germanic Europe leadership profile --|t Middle East leadership profile --|t Universally desirable and undesirable leadership attributes --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 13.1 : A challenging workplace --|t Case 13.2 : A special kind of financing --|t Case 13.3 : Whose Hispanic center is it? --|t Leadership instrument --|t Dimensions of culture questionnaire --|t Scoring --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|g 14.|t Leadership ethics --|t Description --|t Ethics defined --|t Ethical theories --|t Centrality of ethics to leadership --|t Heifetz's perspective on ethical leadership --|t Burns's perspective on ethical leadership --|t Greenleaf's perspective on ethical leadership --|t Principles of ethical leadership --|t Ethical leaders respect others --|t Ethical leaders serve others --|t Ethical leaders are just --|t Ethical leaders are honest --|t Ethical leaders build community --|t Strengths --|t Criticisms --|t Application --|t Case studies --|t Case 14.1 : A struggling company with not enough cash.
50500|t Case 14.2 : How safe is safe? --|t Case 14.3 : Reexamining a proposal --|t Leadership instrument --|t Perceived leader integrity scale (PLIS) --|t Scoring --|t Scoring interpretation --|t Summary --|t References --|t Name index --|t Subject index --|t About the author --|t About the contributors.
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