Leadership after COVID-19: Working Together Toward a Sustainable Future

Satinder K. Dhiman, Joan F. Marques
Springer Nature, 05.03.2022 - 609 Seiten

The COVID-19 pandemic has permanently changed lives around the world and no dimension of life and leadership seems to have been spared from its wrath. It has also stirred us into thinking about novel approaches to lead organizations and societies toward a shared, sustainable future. This book offers novel perspectives on leadership and change management after the COVID-19 pandemic that take us beyond striving for thriving—perspectives that are grounded in emergent theory, research and practice. It highlights sustainable leadership and change management strategies to effectively deal with unpredictable and rapidly changing situations—particularly in a world that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA). This book also highlights engaging perspectives by specialists from different disciplines such as business, psychology, education, and health care. It serves as a practical guide in identifying and responding to leadership challenges and opportunities in each of the four VUCA categories of volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity—and how they affect businesses, organizations, and societies as a whole.



1 Holistic Leadership for PostCOVID19 Organizations Perspectives and Prospects
2 Leaders Resilience What Leaders Can Learn from the COVID19 Crisis
3 A Paean to the Poet Laureate of Management Peter B Vaill
4 The Compatibility of Christian Servant Leadership and Sustainable Leadership in a PostCovid19 World
5 Quiet Ego Leadership After Covid19 Releasing Compassion Confidence and Creativity
6 Leadership for an Unknowable Tomorrow
7 Coevolutive Leadership for an After COVID19 World
8 Eleadership 20 Meet Your AI Leader
19 Supporting Leadership Success in Times of Global Disruption Best Practices for Transformational Executive Coaching
20 Everything Gonna Be Alright Antecedents to Nurses Change Adaptability in the COVID19 Era
21 The PostPandemic Workplace Challenges and Prospects
22 Motivating Remote Workers During COVID19 Outbreak Job DemandsResources Perspective
23 Sustainable Leadership After COVID19 Distributing Leadership Using an Integrated Framework of LeaderPersonality Profiles
24 Leadership After COVID19 Can Food Banks Food Pantries Help Serve Diverse Populations?
25 Surviving During Post COVID19 Pandemic A Practical Guide to Plan for the Uncertain Times
26 Towards Developing a Framework of Emergency Leadership

9 The Role of Leaders in Enabling Organizational Resilience by Generating a Culture of Grit
10 Moral Leadership in a PostCOVID19 World
11 COURAGE as a Roadmap Toward Sustainable Practices in a PostCOVID World
12 Towards Transformational Leadership Beyond the Covid19 Pandemic
13 Transformational Leadership and Job Crafting
14 Fostering Sustainable Change Building on the Lessons from the COVID19 Pandemic
15 Leading Through VUCA Times for a Sustainable Future of Work Expert Views on the Global Automotive Industry
16 Leading Through Crisis The Role of Mindfulness
17 PostPandemic Crisis Global Leadership and Our New Food Emergency
18 School Leadership and Information Literacy Leading in Crisis and Beyond COVID19
27 InternalExternal Leadership Model in the PostCOVID19 Digital VUCA World
28 The Prevalence of Upanishads in Sustainable Leadership An Inevitable Influence of Spiritual Perception Towards the Context of the Dynamic Org...
29 Leadership Through Spiritual Economics The Sustainable Model in the PostCovid World
30 Forging a Roadmap for PostPandemic Global Leadership A Preliminary Empirical Study of Citizen Perspectives
31 Leading in New VUCA Environment Role of Positive Leadership Through Spiritual and Ethical Values
32 Sustainability and Organizational Longevity Insights for PostCOVID19 Organizations
Correction to Towards Developing a Framework of Emergency Leadership

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Satinder Dhiman is Professor of Management and Associate Dean, Chair, and Director of the MBA Program at Woodbury University’s School of Business in Burbank, California. He is the Founder and Director of Forever Fulfilled, a Los Angeles-based wellbeing consultancy, which focuses on workplace wellness and self-leadership. Satinder’s work has been published in multiple national and international journals, and he has authored, co-authored, and co-edited many books on management and leadership. His current research on fulfillment is focused on transformative habits of mind for attaining lasting joy and fulfillment in both personal and professional life.

Joan Marques
serves as Dean and Professor of Management at Woodbury University’s School of Business in Burbank, California. Her teaching focuses on leadership, ethics, and organizational behavior, and her research interests pertain to the same areas with specific focus on workplace spirituality and leadership awareness. She has been widely published in prestigious scholarly journals and has authored, co-authored, and co-edited more than 18 books on management and leadership topics. Joan is a co-founder and editor-in-chief of three scholarly journals: The Business Renaissance Quarterly, Journal of Global Business Issues, and Interbeing, Journal of Personal and Professional Mastery. She has presented a weekly radio program titled “De Andere Kant” (The Other Side) on Mart Radio, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, for the past 15 years, and has been a long-time columnist for De Ware Tijd (The True Times), one of the largest newspapers in Paramaribo, Suriname.

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