Contemporary Issues in Leadership by William E. RosenbachContemporary Issues in Leadership by William E. Rosenbach

Contemporary Issues in Leadership

byWilliam E. Rosenbach, Robert L. Taylor, Mark A. Youndt

Paperback | July 29, 2014

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This popular anthology continues its interdisciplinary approach to the topic of leadership and draws together new material describing the chief concerns facing leaders today. William Rosenbach and Robert Taylor t have collected the latest essays to clearly communicate the contradictions and paradoxes of leadership from historical to contemporary perspectives and global to individual considerations. The interdisciplinary approach to presentations of cutting-edge research and applications of leadership set this book apart from other collections. The book reemphasizes followership as an integral component of leadership, discusses the importance of leaders as mentors, helps navigate the hazards of leadership, and introduces a number of topics that will stimulate discussion.
William E. Rosenbach is the Evans Professor of Eisenhower Leadership Studies and Professor of Management Emeritus at Gettysburg College.Robert L. Taylor is Professor of Management and Dean Emeritus, College of Business, at the University of Louisville. Mark A. Youndt is Associate Professor, Department of Management and Business, Skidmo...
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Title:Contemporary Issues in LeadershipFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9 × 6.12 × 0.75 inPublished:July 29, 2014Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:081334557X

ISBN - 13:9780813345574

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Table of Contents

– I –
HEART

1 Leadership, Marshall Sashkin
2 What Makes a Leader?, Daniel Goleman
3 Leadership: The Five Big Ideas, Robert J. Allio
4 Transcendent Leadership, Mary Crossan and Daina Mazutis
5 Summit Leadership: Learn from Sir Edmund Hillary, David Parmenter

– I I –
RELATIONSHIPS

6 What Makes a Follower?, William E. Rosenbach, Thane S. Pittman, and Earl H. Potter III
7 Courageous Followers, Courageous Leaders: New Relationships for Learning and Performance, Ira Chaleff
8 Follow the Leaders, Craig L. Pearce
9 Turbo-Charge Your Leadership Through Mentoring, Lois J. Zachary
10 When Mentoring Goes Bad, Dawn E. Chandler, Lillian Eby, and Stacy E. McManus

– I I I –
JOURNEY

11 Leadership Begins with an Inner Journey, James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner
12 First, Lead Yourself, Richard L. Daft
13 Viable Options: Rethinking Women and Leadership, Barbara Kellerman and Deborah L. Rhode
14 Women and the Labyrinth of Leadership, Alice H. Eagly and Linda L. Carli
15 Stop Holding Yourself Back, Anne Morriss, Robin J. Ely, and Frances X. Frei

– I V –
HAZARDS

16 Why Leaders Lose Their Way, Bill George and Andrew McLean
17 “Success”: A Leadership Trap, Pierre Casse and Eoin Banahan
18 The Disabling Shadow of Leadership, Bill McCabe
19 Narcissistic Leaders: The Incredible Pros, the Inevitable Cons, Michael Maccoby
20 Bad Leaders: How They Get That Way and What to Do About Them, Robert J. Allio

– V –
SOUL

21 Leadership Lessons from Everyday Life, Vinita Bali
22 Moral Leadership in Business, Gerhold K. Becker
23 Leadership and Advocacy: Dual Roles for Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship, Manuel London
24 Building a Culture of Candor: A Crucial Key to Leadership, Warren Bennis
25 The Antileadership Vaccine, John W. Gardner

Editorial Reviews

Praise for Prior Editions:“This edition is another home run for Rosenbach and Taylor, a skillfully organized volume that offers insightful and thought-provoking articles on concepts and examples of leadership useful to researchers as well as to senior practitioners of the art of leadership.”—Lawrence P. Taylor, retired American diplomat and former director of the Foreign Service Institute and United States Ambassador to Estonia“The single best book of readings on leadership around—by far.”—Warren Bennis, University of Southern California“A wide-ranging, sophisticated, and illuminating collection of recent work on leadership, brilliantly reflecting the important progress that has been made and laying the groundwork for the even more important work that lies ahead.”—James MacGregor Burns, author of Leadership“In each edition, Rosenbach and Taylor present multiple perspectives on the leader-manager debate, leader tasks and roles, and leader-follower relationships. The inclusion of leadership development on a variety of continua and global leadership add important breadth to this volume. Depth added by a greater diversity of authors makes this an important resource for anyone interested in critical leadership issues.”—Marilyn J. Amey, Michigan State University