Leading and managing the expressive dimension: harnessing the hidden power source of the nonprofit sector
Combines references to scholarly literature with practical examples, to help unleash the force of expressive energy within organizations.
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Uncovering and Harnessing Expressive Energy
Understanding the Varieties of Expressive Behavior
Contrasting Attitudes Toward Management
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