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Leadership Development & Practice

Four Volume Set
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December 2014 | 1 664 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Emerging complexities have arisen regarding leadership, leadership studies and leadership development requiring new approaches and new styles of organizational leadership. Changing environmental conditions including globalisation, climate change, increased market volatility, and shifts in the balance of power in the global political economy suggest the need for more creative, interactive and longer-term strategic leadership. In order to address and react to these shifts in understanding, one must review some essential questions: what constitutes leadership in the organisation, what is it that leaders actually do, or should do, and what can leadership achieve?  Once confronted, the critical question addressed in this work is:  how do we develop leadership to be more responsive to contemporary organizational conditions.

This major work on Leadership Development and Practice will engage this question by drawing together some of the most important and influential research from the related domains of leadership practice and leadership development. Volume 1 opens with a newly-written introduction, which explains the rationale for the major work, addresses the key questions set out above and outlines its structure, providing the reader with a clear, concise roadmap for all four volumes.

Volume 1: Individual Leader Development
Volume 2: Leadership Development in Context
Volume 3: Leadership Development in the Plural
Volume 4: Critical Approaches and Perspectives

 


 
VOLUME ONE: INDIVIDUAL LEADER DEVELOPMENT
 
Part One: Overview
Advances in Leader and Leadership Development: A Review of 25 Years of Research and Theory

David Day et al.
 
Part Two: Coaching
Coaching Leaders in Middle and Executive Management: Goals, Performance, Buy-in

Stephen Boweles et al.
Behind Closed Doors: What Really Happens in Executive Coaching

Douglas Hall, Karen Otazo and George Hollenbeck
 
Part Three: Mentoring
Mentors Providing Challenge and Support: Integrating Concepts from Teacher Mentoring in Education and Organizational Mentoring in Business

Rajashi Ghosh
Maximizing Returns on Mentoring: Factors Affecting Subsequent Protégé Performance

Scott Tonidandel, Derek Avery and McKensy Phillips
 
Part Four: EQ
Emotional Intelligence Training: A Case of Caveat Emptor

Nicholas Clarke
Emotions in Leadership Development: A Critique of Emotional Intelligence

Mary Fambrough and Rama Kaye Hart
 
Part Five: Capability/Competencies
Developing Leadership Capability: What's Inside the Black Box?

Jay Conger
Competencies for Leadership Development: What's Hot and What's Not When Assessing Leadership – Implications for Organization Development

William Gentry and Jean Brittain Leslie
 
Part Six: Authentic
Can You See the Real Me? A Self-based Model of Authentic Leadership and Follower Development

William Gardner et al.
Executive Development through Consciousness-Raising Experiences

Philip Mirvis
Facilitating Authentic Becoming

Matthew Eriksen
 
Part Seven: Transformational
Effects of Transformational Leadership Training on Attitudinal and Financial Outcomes: A Field Experiment

Julian Barling, Tom Weber and Kevin Kelloway
Transformational Leadership Development Programs: Creating Long-Term Sustainable Change

Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries and Konstantin Korotov
 
Part Eight: Personality and Personalization
Developing Leadership Character in Business Programs

Mary Crossan et al.
Up Close and Personal: Building Foundations for Leaders' Development through the Personalization of Management Learning

Gianpiero Petriglieri, Jack Denfeld Wood and Jennifer Louise Petriglieri
 
Part Nine: Charisma
Can Charisma Be Taught? Tests of Two Interventions

John Antonakis, Marika Fenley and Sue Liechti
 
Part Ten: Goal-Setting
Go for the Goal(s): Relationship between Goal Setting and Transfer of Training Following Leadership Development

Stefanie Johnson et al.
 
Part Eleven: Self-Directed Leader Development and Identity
Identity, Deep Structure, and the Development of Leadership Skill

Robert Lord and Rosalie Hall
The Role of Self-Reflection, Emotional Management of Feedback, and Self-Regulation Processes in Self-Directed Leadership Development

Paul Nesbit
 
VOLUME TWO: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN CONTEXT
 
Part One: Artistic Approaches
Pop Goes the Program: Using Popular Culture Artifacts to Educate Leaders

Jamie Callahan and Manda Rosser
Learning to Lead, Unscripted: Developing Affiliative Leadership through Improvisational Theatre

Suzanne Gagnon, Heather Vough and Robert Nickerson
New Ways to Leadership Development: A Picture Paints a Thousand Words

Birgit Schyns et al.
 
Part Two: Measurement
Estimating the Return on Leadership Development Investment

Bruce Avolio, James Avey and David Quisenberry
Evaluating Executive Leadership Programs: A Theory of Change Approach

Karen Watkins, Igunn Hybertsen Lysø and Kathleen deMarrais
 
Part Three: Early Career
Becoming a Leader: Early Career Challenges Faced by MBA Graduates

Beth Benjamin and Charles O'Reilly
Part Four: Public Sector

 
The Design and Evaluation of a Leadership Programme for Experienced Chief Executives from the Public Sector

Frank Blackler and Andy Kennedy
 
Part Five: Crisis
Leadership Development: Crisis, Opportunities and the Leadership Concept

Joana Probert and Kim Turnbull-James
 
Part Six: Gender and Diversity
Taking Gender into Account: Theory and Design for Women's Leadership Development Programs

Robin Ely, Herminia Ibarra and Deborah Kolb
Building Diversity in the Pipeline to Corporate Leadership

Claire McCarty Kilian, Dawn Hukai and C. Elizabeth McCarty
 
Part Seven: Experiential Learning
The Live In-Class CEO Intervention: A Capstone Experiential Technique for Leadership Development

Nicholas Rashford and João Neiva de Figueiredo
Developing Leaders via Experience: The Role of Developmental Challenge, Learning Orientation, and Feedback Availability

D. Scott DeRue and Ned Wellman
 
Part Eight: Cross-Cultural and Global
Rethinking the Role of Management Development in Preparing Global Business Leaders

Kathryn Aten, Luciara Nardon and Richard Steers
 
Part Nine: Action Learning
Developing Managers as Learners and Researchers: Using Action Learning and Action Research

Joeph Raelin and David Coghlan
Leadership Development via Action Learning

H. Skipton Leonard and Fred Lang
 
Part Ten: Service Learning
Developing Responsible Global Leaders through International Service-Learning Programs: The Ulysses Experience

Nicola Pless, Thomas Maak and Günter Stahl
Sigler Developing Enlightened Leaders for Industry and Community: Executive Education and Service-Learning

Kenneth Rhee and Tracey Honeycutt
 
Part Eleven: Social Responsibility
The Use of Benevolent Leadership Development to Advance Principles of Responsible Management Education

Fahri Karakas, Emine Sarigollu and Alperen Manisaligil
 
Part Twelve: Online Leadership Development
Developing Leaders in Cyber-Space: The Paradoxical Possibilities of On-Line Learning

Donna Ladkin et al.
Blended Learning Working in a Leadership Development Programme

Elaine Voci and Kevin Young
 
VOLUME THREE: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN THE PLURAL
 
Part One: Team Leadership
Developing Team Leadership Capability

Frederick Moregeson, Dennis Lindoerfer and David Loring
Team Leadership: Critical Steps to Great Projects

Dennis O'Connor and Leodones Yballe
Building Highly Developed Teams: Focusing on Shared Leadership Processes, Efficacy, Trust, and Performance

Bruce Avolio et al.
 
Part Two: Team Coaching
Towards Co-constructed Coaching: Exploring the Integration of Coaching and Co-constructed Autoethnography in Leadership Development

Steve Kempster and Marian Iszatt-White
Leadership Group Coaching in Action: The Zen of Creating High Performance Teams

Manfred Kets de Vries
 
Part Three: Network Development
How to Build Social Capital with Leadership Development: Lessons from an Explorative Case Study of a Multibusiness Firm

Eva Bilhuber Galli and Günter Muller-Stewens
Networks and Leadership Development: Building Linkages for Capacity Acquisition and Capital Accrual

Kathryn Bartol and Xiaomeng Zhang
 
Part Four: Collaborative Approaches
Does Action Learning Promote Collaborative Leadership?

Joseph Raelin
Creating a Collaborative Leadership Network: An Organic View of Change

Carol Mullen and Frances Kochan
Using the Facilitative Leader Approach to Create an Organizational Culture of Collaboration

Roger Schwarz
 
Part Five: Relational Approaches
Capturing Sociality in the Movement between Frames: An Illustration from Leadership Development

Brigid Carroll and Barbara Simpson
Relationship-based Approach to Leadership: Development of Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Theory of Leadership over 25 Years: Applying a Multi-Level Multi-Domain Perspective

George Graen and Mary Uhl-Bien
Social Capital and Leadership Development: Building Stronger Leadership through Enhanced Relational Skills

Shelly McCallum and David O'Connell
 
Part Six: Community Leadership Development
Social Entrepreneurship and Community Leadership: A Service-Learning Model for Management Education

Barrie Litzky, Veronica Godshalk and Cynthia Walton-Bongers
Community Leadership Development

Philip Kirk and Anna Marie Shutte
 
VOLUME FOUR: CRITICAL APPROACHES AND PERSPECTIVES
 
Part One: Critique
Critical and Alternative Approaches to Leadership Learning and Development

Gareth Edwards et al.
Management Education as if Both Matter

Jonathan Gosling and Henry Mintzberg
How Can We Train Leaders if We Do Not Know What Leadership Is?

Richard Barker
Don’t Bother Putting Leadership into People

Joseph Raelin
 
Part Two: Critical Theory
Psychodynamic and Critical Perspectives on Leadership Development

Kiran Trehan
Toward a Critical HRD in Theory and Practice

Tara Fenwick
 
Part Three: Critical Teaching
Teaching Leadership Critically to MBAs: Experiences from Heaven and Hell

Amanda Sinclair
Critical Management Education and Action-based Learning: Synergies and Contradictions

Michael Reynolds and Russ Vince
Learning through Reflective Classroom Practice: Applications to Educate the Reflective Manager

Patricia Raber Hedberg
 
Part Four: Implicit Leadership Theories
Teaching Implicit Leadership Theories to Develop Leaders and Leadership: How and Why It Can Make a Difference

Birgit Schyns et al.
 
Part Five: Leadership as Practice
Leadership as Practice: Challenging the Competency Paradigm

Brigid Carroll, Lester Levy and David Richmond
Threshold Concepts and Modalities for Teaching Leadership Practice

Jeffrey Yip and Joseph Raelin
Becoming a Leader: A Co-produced Autoethnographic Exploration of Situated Learning of Leadership Practice

Steve Kempster and James Stewart
 
Part Six: Creativity
Leadership Jazz: An Exercise in Creativity

Mark Lengnick-Hall and Cynthia Lengnick-Hall
Experiential Development and Mentoring Processes for Leaders for Innovation

Ginamarie Scott Ligon, James Wallace and Holly Osburn
 
Part Seven: Discourse theory
Leadership Development as Identity Construction

Brigid Carroll and Lester Levy
Organizational Discourse and New Organization Development Practices

Robert Marshak and David Grant
 
Part Eight: Reflexivity
Reflexive Management Learning: An Integrative Review and a Conceptual Typology

Richard Cotter and John Cullen
Executive MBA Programs: The Development of the Reflective Executive

Karina De Dèa Roglio and Gregory Light

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