Leadership in Recreation and Leisure Service Organizations
This excellent text provides the reader with a clear and thorough understanding of direct, hands-on leadership by effectively integrating theory with practice. Leadership in Recreation and Leisure Service Organizations assists individuals in understanding the importance of leadership in this field. Topics covered include contemporary theoretical and practical information, organized in a format that allows for the comprehension of the elements necessary for effective leadership in recreation and leisure service organizations.
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FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP IN RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES
LEADERSHIP THEORIES STUDIES STYLES AND MODELS
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