This landmark book, by Edwin P. Hollander, a noted organizational social psychologist and long-time contributor to leadership research and practice, highlights the leader-follower relationship as central to effective leadership. Inclusive Leadership is a process of active followership emphasizing follower needs and expectations, with the guiding principle of qDoing things with people, not to people, q in a two-way influence relationship. The book provides strong theoretical and empirical guidance for leadership development and includes many of Hollanderas key original papers. Each is updated in a chapter with his new reflective commentary, including those on qInterdependence, q qWomen and Leadership, q qPower and Leadership, q qLegitimacy, q qEthical Challenges, q qIdiosyncrasy Credit, q and qCivil Liberties.q Six new chapters begin with an qOverview of Inclusive Leadership, q identifying distinctive concepts and practices, and an qHistorical Background.q There also are new chapters on such topics as qApplications, q qPresidential Leadership, q and qCollege and University Leadership.q It concludes with qLessons from Experience, qa revealing qAfterwordq on his career, and comprehensive Bibliography. Enriching our practical understanding of the leader-follower relationship, with many real-world examples, this book should be a basic addition to anyoneas library on leadership. Students of leadership, management, organizational psychology and behavior, business, sociology, education, political science, and public policy, will find it informative about successful practices of qInclusive Leadership, q and their applications to leadership events.This landmark book, by Edwin P. Hollander, a noted organizational social psychologist and long-time contributor to leadership research and practice, highlights the leader-follower relationship as central to effective leadership.
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-09-10|