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Organizational Leadership

Edited by:
  • John Bratton - Emeritus Professor, Edinburgh Napier University
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February 2020 | 488 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Organizational Leadership provides an accessible, critical and engaging analysis of what constitutes ‘leadership’ today. Demonstrating leadership as an interconnected process between leaders, followers and context, the book ensures a rounded understanding of theory and practice to support students throughout their course and future career.

Part 1: Contextualising Leadership 
examines the internal and external forces influencing leadership, addressing issues such as ethics, power, culture and innovation.

Part 2: Leadership Theories reviews and analyses traditional and contemporary theories of leadership.

Part 3: Managing People and Leadership builds on the idea of leadership as a human process and considers how complementary aspects of HRM can inform leadership practice and its outcomes on employees and organizational performance.

Part 4: Contemporary Leadership considers topical issues including the shift of leadership studies towards followership, gender and leadership and pro-environmental leadership.

Bringing complex theories and concepts to life through a range of case studies and examples, the book is further supported by a series of fascinating expert video conversations with those in leadership roles. From small social businesses to major multi-nationals, from the NHS to the frontline military teams, the videos offer a unique insight into the diverse reality of leadership in practice today.
John Bratton
Introduction
 
Part 1: Contextualising leadership
John Bratton
Chapter 1: The nature of leadership
John Bratton and George Boak
Chapter 2: Strategic management, innovation and leadership
Joanne Murphy and John Bratton
Chapter 3: Power and leadership
David Denham and John Bratton
Chapter 4: Culture and leadership
Roslyn Larkin, John Burgess and Alan Montague
Chapter 5: Ethics and leadership
 
Part 2: Leadership theories
John Bratton
Chapter 6: Trait, behaviour and contingency theories of leadership
John Bratton
Chapter 7: Charismatic and transformational leadership
John Bratton
Chapter 8: Relational and distributed theories of leadership
 
Part 3: Managing people and Leadership
John Bratton and Helen Francis
Chapter 9: HRM and leadership
Kirsteen Grant
Chapter 10: Talent Management and leadership
Bernadette Scott
Chapter 11: Performance management and leadership
Peter Watt, George Boak, and Jeff Gold
Chapter 12: Leadership Development
 
Part 4: Contemporary Leadership
John Bratton and Helen Francis
Chapter 13: Followers, Communications and Leadership
Lois Farquharson
Chapter 14: Gender and leadership
Colin Lindsay
Chapter 15: Leadership in public sector organizations
Andrew Bratton
Chapter 16: Leading pro-environmental change
Markku Sotarauta
Chapter 17: Leading urban and regional innovation

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