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Studying Leadership
Traditional and Critical Approaches

Third Edition
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December 2021 | 488 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This book is your comprehensive guide to key leadership theories, topics and trends. It goes beyond the basics to explore contemporary issues such as power and politics, authenticity, followership, toxicity, language, identity, ethics and sustainability, enabling you to gain a deep, holistic understanding of the field.

Updated throughout with new examples, Critical Thinking boxes and further reading suggestions, the third edition of Studying Leadership: Traditional and Critical Approaches is the ideal accompaniment to leadership courses across a range of subject areas, including Business & Management, Health and Education.

Lecturers can access a range of useful resources, including an instructor’s manual, selected SAGE Business Cases and videos, PowerPoint slides and a testbank, via the companion website.

Doris Schedlitzki is Professor in Organisational Leadership at Guildhall School of Business and Law, London Metropolitan University.

Gareth Edwards is Professor of Leadership and Community Studies at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England.
 
Part I Traditional Approaches to Leadership
 
Chapter 1 Leadership and Management
 
Chapter 2 Leadership Competencies: Traits, Personality, Skills, Styles and Intelligences
 
Chapter 3 Contingency and Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) Theories of Leadership
 
Chapter 4 Charismatic and Transformational Leadership
 
Part II Current Issues in Leadership
 
Chapter 5 Perspectives on Leadership Context
 
Chapter 6 Followership, Psychoanalytic and Relational Approaches to Leadership
 
Chapter 7 Leadership and Power
 
Chapter 8 Strategic Leadership and Leading Change
 
Chapter 9 Distributed Leadership
 
Chapter 10 Leadership and Culture
 
Chapter 11 Leadership Learning and Development
 
Part III Critical Issues in Leadership
 
Chapter 12 Leadership, Gender and Diversity
 
Chapter 13 Leadership, Ethics and Toxicity
 
Chapter 14 Leadership, Language and Identity
 
Chapter 15 Leadership, Arts and Aesthetics
 
Chapter 16 Researching Leadership

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Lecturers:
Instructor's Manual with SAGE Video and SAGE Business Cases
PowerPoint slides
Testbank
Course cartridge 

Doris Schedlitzki

Doris Schedlitzki is an Associate Professor in Organisational Leadership in the field of Organisation Studies at the University of the West of England. More About Author

Gareth Edwards

Gareth Edwards is Associate Professor of Leadership Development in the field of Organisation Studies at the University of the West of England. More About Author

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