Leadership: Enhancing the Lessons of Experience
Irwin/McGraw Hill, 1999 - Leadership - 674 pages
Sourcing from three different types of literature in the form of empirical studies; ancedotes, stories and findings; and leadership skills, this book aims to be a scholarly, but accessible introduction to the world of leadership.
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