Revitalising Leadership : Putting Theory and Practice into Context
Revitalising leadership will appeal to diverse audiences, due to its theoretical novelty, its diversity of illustrative examples, its practice-focussed orientation and its clear, engaging style. These include leadership scholars concerned with the lack of attention being paid to context in leadership theorizing; organizational scholars wanting to learn how leadership thinking can be brought to bear on the different management functions the book explores; practitioners seeking leadership ideas that are tailored to the context they lead and follow in; and those involved in MBA or leadership development programmes who are looking to combine the personal reflection sought by such programmes with a thoughtful analysis of the context in which their leadership practice takes place.
- Hardback | 206 pages
- 152 x 229 x 19.05mm | 431g
- 09 Aug 2017
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 13 Tables, black and white
Other books in this series
20 Jan 2015
01 Nov 2017
06 Apr 2018
Table of contents
2. A Framework for Revitalising Leadership
3. Leading inã Supervisory Management
4. Leading inã Human Resource Management
5. Leading inã Innovation and Entrepreneurship
6. Leading inã Strategy
7. Leading inã Governance
8. Revitalising - or Revolutionizing - Leadership Scholarship
About Sarah Proctor-Thomson
Stephen Cummings is Professor of Strategic Management at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Brad Jackson is Professor of Public and Community Leadership in the School of Government Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Sarah Proctor-Thomson is Senior Lecturer in the School of Management at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.