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The Handbook for Teaching Leadership

The Handbook for Teaching Leadership
Knowing, Doing, and Being

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September 2011 | 600 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Bringing together leading international scholars across disciplines for the dual purpose of chronicling the current state of leadership education and establishing a solid foundation upon which to grow the field, the text explores approaches to teaching leadership, the conceptual, theoretical and disciplinary roots upon which these approaches are based and what are the inherent strengths and weaknesses of each approach.

The Handbook will be an invaluable resource to individuals, centers, institutes, and libraries to support the growing demand for courses in leadership and ensure that such courses and instruction are developed with multiple considerations and best practices in mind.

Thomas DeLong
Section I-- Know
Deborah Ancona
Sensemaking: Framing and Acting in the Unknown
Michael D. Mumford, David Peterson, Issac Robledo, Kimberly Hester
Cases in Leadership Education: Implications of Human Cognition
Barbara Kellerman
Becoming Leadership Literate: A Core Cirriculum
José Luis Alvarez
Educating Contemporary Princes and Princesses for Power
Mansour Javidan
Teaching Global Leadership
Ken Starkey, Carol Hall
The Spirit of Leadership: New Directions in Leadership Education
Tom DeLong, Linda Hill
Learning To Lead at Harvard Business School
Michael Useem
The Leadership Template
Barbara Kellerman
Section II - Know
Belle Halpern, Richard Richards
Mastering the Art of Leadership: An Experiential Approach from the Performing Arts
Rob Goffee, Gareth Jones
Teaching Executives to be themselves – more –with skill: A sociological perspective on a personal question
Andrew Meikle
High Performance Leadership
Stacey Kole, Jeffrey Anderson
Leadership Effectiveness and Development: Building Self-Awareness and Insight Skills
Henry Mintzberg
Developing Naturally: from Management to Organization to Society to Selves
Louis Csoka
Being a Leader: Mental Strength for Leadership
Sim Sitkin Joseph LeBoeuf, James Emery, Sanyin Siang
Developing Leaders of Consequence
Peter Northouse
Section III--Be
Werner Erhard, Michael Jensen, Kari Granger
Creating Leaders: An Ontological/Phenomenological Model
Manfred Kets de Vries, Konstantin Korotov
Transformational Leadership Development Programs: Creating Long-Term Sustainable Change
James O'Toole
An Approach to Teaching Values-Based Leadership
Gianpiero Petriglieri
Identity Workspaces for Leadership Development
Bill George
Authentic Leadership Development
Mihnea Moldoveanu
Forging Consciousness and (Occasionally) Conscience: A Model Based Approach to Leadership Development
Marshall Ganz, Emily S. Lin
Learning to Lead: Pedagogy of Practice
Ken Starkey
Section IV--Context
David Rock, Al H. Ringleb
Teaching Leadership with the Brain and Mind
Tony Burgess
The Company Command Forum: Teaching Leadership outside the Formal Organizational Structure
Max Klau
City Year: Developing Idealistic Leaders Through National Service
Mary Sully de Luque, Marcus Dickson, Ariel Lelchook, Paul Hanges
Project GLOBE: Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Education
Cary Friedman, Shoma Chatterjee & Keith Yardley
Leadership Acceleration at Goldman Sachs
Charles Palus, John McGuire, Chris Ernst
Developing Interdependent Leadership
Nancy McGaw
Developing Business Innovators who Integrate Profitability and Social Value
Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Re-Developing Leaders: The Harvard Advanced Leadership Experiment in Even Higher Education

Scott A. Snook

Dr. Snook is currently an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Tukman Faculty Fellow at the Harvard Business School. He graduated with honors from West Point earning the Royal Society of Arts Award for the most outstanding overall cadet in his class. Following graduation, he was commissioned in the US Army Corps of Engineers where he served with distinction in various command and staff positions for over 22 years, earning the rank of Colonel before retiring in 2002. He has led soldiers in combat. Among his military decorations are the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and Master Parachutist badge. He has an MBA from... More About Author

Nitin N. Nohria

Dr. Nitin Nohria is the Richard P. Chapman Professor of Business Administration. His research centers on human motivation, leadership, and corporate transformation and sustainable performance.Co-author of more than ten books, his most recent, Paths to Power: How Insiders and Outsiders Shaped American Business Leadership, chronicles how leaders from different backgrounds rose to power in American business. This is a companion book to In Their Time, which draws lessons from some of the greatest American business leaders of the 20th century. His other books include: What Really Works: The 4+2 Formula for Sustained Business Success, a... More About Author

Rakesh Khurana

Dr. Khurana is the Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development at the Harvard Business School. He teaches a doctoral seminar on Management and Markets and The Board of Directors and Corporate Governance in the MBA program. Professor Khurana received his B.S. from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and his A.M. (Sociology) and Ph.D. in Organization Behavior from Harvard University. Prior to attending graduate school, he worked as a founding member of Cambridge Technology Partners in Sales and Marketing. Professor Khurana's research uses a sociological perspective to focus on the processes by which elites and leaders are selected... More About Author

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ISBN: 9781412990943