The Art and Science of Leadership

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Leadership - 259 pages
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This book reviews and analyzes the field of leadership with its many debates and controversies. It integrates theoretical concepts with practical applications of the guiding philosophy that we can all learn to become better leaders. This is a valuable resource for readers trying to motivate teams, departments, and organizations toward higher levels of effectiveness and efficiency.

Coverage includes individual differences and traits, power and leadership, using resources effectively, and participative management and teams.

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Contents

Definition and Significance of Leadership
3
BUILDING BLOCKS
12
Leadership Past Present and Future
27
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AFSANEH NAHAVANDI is Associate Professor of Management at Arizona State University West.

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