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Navigating Leadership: Evidence-Based Strategies for Leadership Development (Leadership: Research and Practice)

Navigating Leadership: Evidence-Based Strategies for Leadership Development (Leadership: Research and Practice)

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Publication Date: August 2nd, 2024
Publisher:
Routledge
ISBN:
9781032455372
Pages:
280

Description

Navigating Leadership provides evidence-based tools and recommendations to develop your leadership successfully. The book integrates knowledge in the areas of leadership and followership from evidenced-based global research and translates the findings into suggestions for organizational best-practices.

Am I leader? How can I grow as a leader? How am I doing as leader? How can I move on and let go of leadership? In a changing world of work, people are confronted with these questions about their leadership every day. This book considers such topics as reflecting on goals, impostorism, memory, experiencing meaningfulness at work, measuring leader performance and the challenge of leaving leadership, to offer ideas and answers to these questions of what it means to be a leader and how you can thrive on your own personal leadership journey. Each chapter provides a range of applied cases, tools and techniques, and critical commentaries to help uncover your leader identity, address personal challenges, and accelerate your leadership development.

Addressing the persistent gap between research and practice in leadership and followership through research-practice translation, this is the ideal resource for professionals, at both an individual and organizational level, looking to support and increase leadership development. It will also appeal to scholars and students of leadership, followership, and leader identities.

About the Author

Susanne Braun is Professor in Leadership and Associate Dean (Postgraduate Research Students) at Durham University Business School, Durham University, United Kingdom.Tiffany Keller Hansbrough is Associate Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior and Co-Director of the Bass Center for Leadership Studies, School of Management, Binghamton University, United States.Gregory A. Ruark is Program Manager for Social Sciences at the Army Research Office, DEVCOM ARL, United States.Robert G. Lord is Professor (Emeritus) in Leadership at Durham University Business School, Durham University, United Kingdom. He was a Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Akron, United States, for 38 years.Rosalie J. Hall is Professor (Emeritus) of Management at Durham University Business School, Durham University, United Kingdom.Olga Epitropaki is Professor in Management, Deputy Executive Dean (Research), at Durham University Business School, Durham University, United Kingdom.