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LEADERSHIP Effective leadership does not occur by chance. Leaders must be trained and groomed for the daunting responsibility of leading organizations. This textbook edition offers examples of leadership and governance from the non-profit sector, businesses, public and private education, higher education, and other organizations. The author highlights over 50 case studies to illustrate concepts about leadership. Also, there are 531 references and numerous theories and concepts about many aspects of leadership. Key concepts, discussion items, and lessons learned are provided at the end of each…mehr

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LEADERSHIP Effective leadership does not occur by chance. Leaders must be trained and groomed for the daunting responsibility of leading organizations. This textbook edition offers examples of leadership and governance from the non-profit sector, businesses, public and private education, higher education, and other organizations. The author highlights over 50 case studies to illustrate concepts about leadership. Also, there are 531 references and numerous theories and concepts about many aspects of leadership. Key concepts, discussion items, and lessons learned are provided at the end of each chapter. Research shows that half of the people currently in leadership positions will fail. Why they fail and what can be done to prevent failure are the main subjects of this book. The author shows that effective leadership is possible and he illustrates why and how.
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AUTHOR Garry W. McGiboney, is a nationally recognized leadership and psychology expert. He is the author of eight books and over 40 professional journal publications. Dr. McGiboney has appeared as an expert on CNN, The Discovery Channel, National Public Radio, Nickelodeon Network and many other media channels. He has been quoted in Time Magazine, USA Today, and other major news outlets. Dr. McGiboney is a frequent speaker at state and national conferences. He has received numerous state and national awards. Recently, he was inducted into the University System of Georgia's Hall of Fame for his efforts to help children.