Encyclopedia of Leadership, 1st Edition

  • Editor: George R. Goethals
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 141292538X
  • ISBN-13: 9781412925389
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1927 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2004 | Published/Released May 2005
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2004

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About

Overview

From the earliest times people have been entranced by stories about leaders-about Greek city state rulers, Roman consuls, Chinese emperors, religious potentates, military conquerors, and politicians. Perhaps more importantly, leadership is a challenge and an opportunity facing millions of people in their professional and personal lives.

Originally published in print format in 2004. The Encyclopedia of Leadership brings together for the first time everything that is known and truly matters about leadership as part of the human experience.

Over a third of the work-some 500,000 words-is devoted to biographical essays and to case studies focused on leaders (and their followers). Articles and sidebars show leadership in action-in corporations and state houses, schools, churches, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations.

Key features include:

  • 400 substantive articles, ranging in length from 1000-6000 words
  • 200 photographs and other illustrations
  • 250 sidebars drawn from public records, newspaper accounts, memoirs, and ethnography

Article categories include:

  • Biographies
  • Case studies
  • Followers and followership
  • Gender issues
  • Leadership in different disciplines
  • Leadership in different domains
  • Leadership styles
  • Personality characteristics
  • Situational factors
  • Theories and concepts

This title is available in eBook format through Gale Virtual Reference Library.

Contributors

Contributors

  • George R. Goethals

Table of Contents

Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Staff Page.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
List of Sidebars.
Contributors.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
About the Editors.
1: Achievement Motivation.
2: Actor Network Theory.
3: Adaptive Work.
4: Akbar (1542–1605).
5: Alexander the Great (356–323 BCE).
6: Alienation.
7: Alinsky, Saul (1909–1972).
8: Altruism.
9: Anthony, Susan B. (1820–1906).
10: Apartheid in South Africa, Demise of.
11: Aristotle (384–322 BCE).
12: Arts.
13: Ataturk, Mustafa Kemal (1881–1938).
14: Attribution Processes.
15: Authenticity.
16: Autocratic Leadership.
17: Bank of America.
18: Barriers to Women's Leadership.
19: Bay of Pigs.
20: Beatles, The.
21: Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770–1827).
22: Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.
23: Big Five Personality Traits.
24: Birth Control.
25: Body Shop, The.
26: Boundaries and Authority.
27: Brighton Declaration.
28: Buddha (c. 463–c. 383 BCE).
29: Bureaucracy.
30: Business.
31: Carnegie, Andrew (1835–1919).
32: Carson, Rachel (1907–1964).
33: Castro, Fidel (b. 1926).
34: Chanel, Coco (1883–1971).
35: Change Management.
36: Charisma.
37: Charismatic Theory.
38: Charlemagne (742–814).
39: Children, Socialization and Leadership Development in.
40: The Christian Right.
41: Churchill, Winston (1874–1965).
42: The Civil Rights Act of 1964.
43: Civil Rights Movement.
44: Coaching.
45: Coalitions.
46: Coercion.
47: Cognitive Structures.
48: Collective Action.
49: Communication.
50: Community Development.
51: Competition.
52: Conflict.
53: Conformity.
54: Confucianism.
55: Confucius (551–470 BCE).
56: Congressional Leadership.
57: Connective Leadership.
58: Constructivism.
59: Contingency Theories.
60: Corporate Social Responsibility.
61: Creativity.
62: Crisis.
63: Cromwell, Oliver (1599–1658).
64: Cross-Cultural Leadership.
65: Cuban Missile Crisis.
66: D-Day.
67: Decision Making.
68: Decision Making: The Vroom-Yetton-Jago Models.
69: Deep Change.
70: Democratic Leadership.
71: Dirty Hands.
72: Discourse Ethics.
73: Disney, Walt (1901–1966).
74: Distinctive Competence Approach.
75: Distribution of Leadership.
76: Dominance and Submission.
77: Dot-Com Meltdown.
78: Du Bois, W. E. B. (1868–1963).
79: Dysfunctional Leadership.
80: East Timor, Founding of.
81: E-Commerce.
82: Economic Justice.
83: Eddy, Mary Baker (1821–1910).
84: Edison, Thomas (1847–1931).
85: Education, Higher.
86: Education, K–12.
87: Education: Overview.
88: Efficacy.
89: Eisenhower, Dwight David (1890–1969).
90: E-Leadership.
91: Elite Theory.
92: Elizabeth I (1533–1603).
93: Empowerment.
94: Enron Scandal.
95: Entrepreneurship.
96: Environmental Justice.
97: Environmental Protection Agency.
98: Ethics, Contemporary.
99: Ethics: Overview.
100: Eupsychian Management.