Leadership for the Common Good: Tackling Public Problems in a Shared-Power World
Leadership for the Common Good explains how community leaders can inspire and mobilize others to undertake collective action for the common good.This book provides a new vision of leadership to help solve pressing public problems, offers concrete advice on how business leaders, community groups, and public officials can share power and resources to accomplish positive change. It outlines the process by which public policy is formed, adopted, and implemented.
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Leadership Tasks in a SharedPower World
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