Leadership and Management Development

Paperback | February 27, 2011

byJan L. Carmichael, Chris Collins, Peter Emsell

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This much-needed book takes a critical and reflective approach to leadership and management development. The author team draw on their strong practitioner backgrounds to combine a thorough research base with a multitude of cases and examples. The reflective questions and problem-basedscenarios that follow these case studies are used to encourage academic, practical and personal development and provide opportunities for formative and summative assessment. This title takes a broad view of leadership and management development, which encompasses all the activities and processes making up the organization's attempts to create an ongoing supply of appropriate leadership and management capacity, to enable it to achieve its objectives, to sustain andtransform itself as necessary. A truly international range of cases are employed, as well as examples from the not-for-profit and commercial sectors and from organizations of all sizes, to provide a rounded picture of how management and leadership works across all sectors. A full range of pedagogical features are used both in thebook and on the Online Resource Centre, to aid students' development. The wide range of academic references incorporates the latest research in the field, providing a platform for students to extend their learning. In addition to being suitable for a wide range of courses related to leadership and management development, this book has also been mapped against the latest CIPD elective standards in Leadership and Management Development and against the compulsory module entitled Leading, Managing and DevelopingPeople. Online Resource Centre: For Lecturers: PowerPoint Slides - 10 -15 slides per chapter Case study support - teaching outline and answers to questions Artwork from the book Suggested answers to review and discussion questions For Students: Full audio podcasts with practitioners expanding on case studies in the book: Nando's, West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, and a strategic health authority Sample exam questions with answers Flashcard glossary Multiple choice questions Annotated web links arranged by topic

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This much-needed book takes a critical and reflective approach to leadership and management development. The author team draw on their strong practitioner backgrounds to combine a thorough research base with a multitude of cases and examples. The reflective questions and problem-basedscenarios that follow these case studies are used to...

Jan Carmichael is Head of the Division of HR in the Business School at the University of Huddersfield. She leads a team of academics who work mainly on part-time professional courses for employed students in many different organizations. Jan is an experienced HR professional and Chartered Fellow of CIPD. Her main research interests inc...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:376 pagesPublished:February 27, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199580871

ISBN - 13:9780199580873

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Table of Contents

1. IntroductionPart 1: Leadership and Management Development Context and Strategy2. Leadership and Management Development (LMD) and Organizational Strategies3. Contextual factors in Leadership and Management Development4. Historical development of Leadership and Management Development5. The Nature of Leadership and ManagementPart 2: Understanding Learning of Leaders and Managers6. How does Learning Occur in Leadership and Management Development?7. Individual Differences in Leadership and Management DevelopmentPart 3: Learning Processes, Interventions and Evaluation8. Leadership and Management Development Processes to Add Value9. Design and delivery of Leadership and Management Development Interventions10. Evaluation of Leadership and Management DevelopmentPart 4: Contemporary Issues in Leadership and Management Development11. Developing Leaders and Managers for a Diverse Workforce12. Developing Ethical Leaders and Managers13. Developing Leaders and Managers with a Global Competence14. Summary and Thoughts for the Future

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"The text is well-written and accessible, yet also highly developed, demonstrating familiarity with contemporary MD practices and issues. The chapters cover a broad range and diversity of theory which is well summarised with clarity and appropriate brevity." --Kate Black, University of Chester