8 edition of The leadership paradox found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-127) and index.
|Statement||Terrence E. Deal, Kent D. Peterson.|
|Series||The Jossey-Bass education series|
|Contributions||Peterson, Kent D.|
|LC Classifications||LB2831.92 .D42 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 132 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||93048709|
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Leadership Paradoxes: Rethinking Leadership for an Uncertain World argues that a key to understanding and enhancing leadership education, theory and practice lies in the recognition of its paradoxical.
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Paradox-savvy leadership is all about balancing opposites while still retaining the ability to function (Yes, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s quote applies). As the examples from various industries show, a paradox-savvy leader will approach paradoxes from a.
Paradoxes of Leadership has earned well-deserved and widespread praise. Whether being used as a text at Boston College, as a guide for employee owners, or an inspiration for anyone interested in Charles' life, it is an inspiring book.
The final paradox of the book is that "a full life is achieved not by grasping but by giving.". A Leadership Paradox outlines such an alternative view of leadership and provides a model for achieving differentiated (defined) leadership.
Each of us lives and participates in systems of relationships. Some of those systems possess an atmosphere of fear and anxiety. Others promote conditions of openness, freedom and self-determination.
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the five key concepts of “Complex” “Adaptive”, “Leadership”, “Paradox” and “Uncertainty”, as treated in this book, are afforded a brief introduction. “Complex” – Complexity science and chaos theory are two sides of the same coin –.
These areas below are things you cannot afford to compromise on. This side of the leadership paradox are what will define the success or failure of you as a leader, how your team perceives you, and the amount of respect you will receive.
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This book sets leaders on that path to unleash the power of paradox. This book is an absolute tour-de-force one of the most wide-ranging, fascinating, intricate studies of leadership I have ever read. Doris Kearns Goodwin, Pulitzer Prize winning author and presidential historian a real addition to the leadership canon.
The role of the school principal has shifted drastically in recent times. Today's principals are forced to be less concerned with developing character and more occupied with controlling behavior, moving students through the process, and sorting them into academic and vocational tracks--while also increasing scores on standardized tests.
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The author applies the lessons contained therein to modern-day leadership paradoxes. The book focuses on five qualities which characterize a servant leader: acceptance (53), teachability (79), being a model ( Author: Jean Marie Vianney Mulinda.
The Paradox of Servant Leadership by Rachel Salaman. November 2, Tweet His new book, “Personal and “I think it’s a paradox, and paradox is a simultaneous presence of contradictory elements which forms a profound understanding of something.”.
The Stockdale Paradox is a concept that was popularized by Jim Collins in his book Good to Great.; It was named after James Stockdale, former vice presidential candidate, naval officer and Vietnam. In The CIO Paradox, Martha Heller has clearly articulated the many contradictions that permeate the CIO role.
But more than that, she includes rich examples of how successful CIOs have managed to break through these contradictions. IT leadership is a balancing act, as Heller demonstrates in this entertaining and insightful book.".
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Leaders are always part of a broader organizational culture and the overall culture will outlast any individual leader's efforts. “Leadership Matters is the book my course on leadership has been waiting for—a volume that intelligently embraces, rather than avoids, the paradoxes inherent in the subject.” —Norman W.
Provizer, Leadership Scholar, Director of the Golda Meir Center, Metropolitan State University–Denver. The Leadership Paradox: Balancing Logic and Artistry in Schools by Deal, Terrence E.; Peterson, Kent D.; Deal, Terrance E.
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Leadership paradox: why collaboration is key to innovation Collaborating with people who think in the same way is never going to produce anything radical. Companies need work with the unusual suspectsAuthor: Bettina Von Stamm.
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He is an experienced entrepreneur and recognized technology leader.Simple leadership paradox is the capacity to lead from a modest position in complexed situations in a way that seemingly contradictory or opposed to common sense and yet is perhaps promotes a definite conclusion and resolution.
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