Complementing other books published in the field of strategic management, Leadership emphasizes the differences in leadership requirements at multiple levels in an organization - a difference that is not just one of degree but also one of quantity.
Hunt draws on stratified systems theory for the book's conceptual framework. He discusses various research strategies with a particular emphasis on time and explores practical leader training and development.
First Things First
PART ONE: LEADERSHIP KNOWLEDGE CONTENT AND KNOWLEDGE ORIENTATION
Core Concepts for a Multi-Organizational Level Leadership Model
The Extended Multi Level Leadership Model
Leadership Knowledge Orientation Aspects
PART TWO: EXPLORING THE MULTI LEVEL MODEL
External Environment, Societal Culture and Leader Critical Tasks
Background Factors and Preference Aspects of Individual Capability
Individual Capabilities - Cognitive Complexity and Selected Social Cognition Aspects
Individual Capabilities - Transactionally Oriented Leadership Skills
Individual Capabilities - Transformationally Oriented Leadership Skills
Developmental Implications and Enriching Schema Variety
Last Things Last