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Leading With Communication
A Practical Approach to Leadership Communication



September 2012 | 328 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Leading with Communication, by bestselling authors Teri and Michael Gamble, prepares today's students to acquire the skills, develop a global perspective, and master the technology designed to enhance their visibility and credibility as leaders.

This book provides an understanding of the leadership concepts and team-building strategies that business and professional communicators working and interacting in 21st-century organizations need to master. The text’s skills emphasis, together with its focus on developing the global and technological competencies that support the enactment of leadership, promotes in students the ability to think critically and imaginatively and communicate effectively as they also learn how to inspire confidence, foster innovation and build an effective team.

Leading with Communication addresses leadership from the students' perspective, facilitating (via various pedagogical features) in them the ability to express themselves, engage in visioning, build on glocal, global and technological experiences, and work collaboratively and creatively with others. In the process, students will hone fresh perspectives on how best to integrate skills and knowledge, build trust and elevate worker performance, and nurture their leadership and teambuilding talents.

 
PART I. UNDERSTANDING LEADERSHIP
 
1. Understanding the Leader in You
 
2. Understanding the Leader's Ethical Responsibilities
 
3. Understanding the Leader/Follower Relationship
 
II. DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS
 
4. Thinking Like a Leader: The Power of Thoughtfulness
 
5. Perceiving Like a Leader: Paradigm Power
 
6. Listening Like a Leader: Response Power
 
7. Storytelling Like a Leader: The Power of Words
 
8. Presenting Yourself Like a Leader: Understanding the Power of Nonverbal Communication
 
III. EXERCISING LEADERSHIP
 
9. Leading the Way Through Conflict
 
10. Establishing and Sharing Power
 
11. Promoting Collaborative Problem Solving
 
12. Influencing and Inspiring Others
 
IV. MEETING LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES
 
13. Valuing Culture and Diversity
 
14. Innovating
 
15. It's About Social Networking and Technology

The text is organized well and easy for my students to understand. The Theory Into Practice and Post It sidebars helped students with understanding and applying the more abstract concepts from the in-text information. For myself, it covered the material I deem most important to the study of leadership in group communication.

Dr Anita L Herold
Communication Studies, ASU Colleges at Lake Havasu
February 5, 2016

Good book for students: well laid out, easy to follow, well done!

Mrs Alicia James
Community Studies, Truro College
September 18, 2013

Skill building and basic theoretical approach

Andrew Gonzales
school of social sciences, University of California - Irvine
April 29, 2013

A useful overview of the importance of good communication for effective leadership. The book is well laid-out, easy to read and I think the encouragement to reflect on one's own capabilities is a very useful tool for continuous skills improvement.

Ms Angela Hilton
School of Education, Wolverhampton University
April 11, 2013

It is valuable to have a text that addresses such a 'nebulous' topic as communication, and which does so in a manner that is useful and not patronising. Worth using.

Professor Brian Taylor
Dept of Sociology & Appl'd Soc Studies, Ulster University
March 26, 2013

very practical Handbook

Professor Burkhard Von velsen
Institute of Management, Magdeburg University of Applied Sci's
February 20, 2013

is clear and very useful for my students

Dr Manuel Sanchez Cano
Psychology , University of Vic
January 20, 2013

Managers and leaders fail because they do not recognise the importance of communication in their organisation. Teri Kwal Gamble has pointed out vital issues they need to consider in this regard.

Dr Sam Usadolo
Department of Communication, University of Fort Hare
December 14, 2012

Teaching BUS COM class at NAVY base. Book works perfect for student population. Thanks!

Robert Cabral
Business Public Svc Tech Div, Oxnard College
November 4, 2012

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Teri Kwal Gamble

Teri Kwal Gamble enjoyed a career as a full professor of communication at the College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, NY (PhD, New York University; MA and BA, Lehman College, CUNY), and Michael W. Gamble, is a full professor of communication at the New York Institute of Technology in New York City (PhD, New York University; BA and MFA, University of Oklahoma). The Gambles are partners in life and work. Professional writers of education and training materials, the Gambles are the coauthors of numerous textbooks and trade books. Their most recent publication is The Interpersonal Communication Playbook (2020). Teri and Mike also are the... More About Author

Michael W. Gamble

Teri Kwal Gamble enjoyed a career as a full professor of communication at the College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, NY (PhD, New York University; MA and BA, Lehman College, CUNY), and Michael W. Gamble, is a full professor of communication at the New York Institute of Technology in New York City (PhD, New York University; BA and MFA, University of Oklahoma). The Gambles are partners in life and work. Professional writers of education and training materials, the Gambles are the coauthors of numerous textbooks and trade books. Their most recent publication is The Interpersonal Communication Playbook (2020). Teri and... More About Author

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