Writers on Leadership

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Penguin Adult, Apr 5, 2001 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
The theory and practice of leadership is one of business's most exhaustively examined and written about subjects. Given the range and breadth of material on the subject, John van Maurik's book will come as a welcome introduction for both business people and students. In this clear and concise overview, van Maurik examines the main stages of development in leadership this century and analyses the contribution made by the key writers, academics and practitioners. This book will provide an invaluable compendium for all those who wish to study leadership, and those who wish to put the theory into practice.

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John van Maurik is an expert on leadership and has written several books on the subject including The Portable Leader (McGraw-Hill, 1996). He is a director of the PA Management Centre (formerly Sundridge Park), one of the UK's foremost executive development centres, whose clients include Glaxo Wellcome, Boots, the Metropolitan Police and the Treasury.

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