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Leading
Lessons from Literature



October 2003 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Sampat P Singh provides a conceptual understanding of the relevance and significance of the discourse on leadership, drawing from an intensive content research which is based on literature as its principal subject.

Interspersed with examples and anecdotes, Leading presents an alternative way of looking at leadership and will be of relevance not just to management students and professionals but all others who engage with the notion of leadership in organisations.

 
PART ONE: REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON LEADERSHIP
 
Leaders and Leadership
 
Leaders and Managers
 
PART TWO: THE IMPORTANCE OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
 
Beyond Management Skills and Science
 
Three Modules of Management Education
 
Inputs from Humanities in Management Education
 
PART THREE: ORIENTING MINDSETS TO PLAY THE LEADERSHIP ROLE
 
Deprogramming Programmed Minds
 
Synergising Reason and Emotion
 
Enlightened Leadership
 
From Knowledge to Insight
 
PART FOUR: FALSITY, AUTHENTICITY AND TRUST
 
Freedom and Responsibility
 
Ethics and Ethical Decisions
 
PART FIVE: THE LEADERSHIP ROLE
 
Beliefs make Heroes
 
Success and Significance
 
Playacting as Catalyst
 
Turning Compassion into Passion
 
Genius and Folly

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ISBN: 9780761997528
£35.00