The SAGE Handbook of Leadership, 1st Edition

  • Alan Bryman Loughborough University
  • David Collinson
  • Keith Grint Oxford University
  • Brad Jackson
  • Mary Uhl-Bien
  • Published By: Sage UK
  • ISBN-10: 1446209873
  • ISBN-13: 9781446209875
  • DDC: 658.4092
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 592 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released September 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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Overview

This title explores leadership from strategic, organizational, political, philosophical and psychological perspectives. With contributions from those who have defined that territory, this volume is not only a key point of reference for researchers, students and practitioners, but also an agenda-setting prospective and retrospective look at the state of leadership in the twenty-first century.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Chapter Summaries.
List of Contributors.
Overview Perspectives.
1: A History of Leadership.
2: Research Methods in the Study of Leadership.
3: The Enduring and Elusive Quest for a General Theory of Leadership: Initial Efforts and New Horizons.
4: Leadership Development.
Macro and Sociological Perspectives.
5: Leadership and Organization Theory.
6: Perspectives on Strategic Leadership.
7: Charismatic Leadership.
8: Gender and Leadership.
9: A Network Approach to Leader Cognition and Effectiveness.
10: Trust and Distrust in the Leadership Process: A Review and Assessment of Theory and Evidence.
11: Leadership and Organizational Culture.
12: Cross-Cultural Leadership Revisited.
Political and Philosophical Perspectives.
13: Critical Leadership Studies.
14: Leadership and Power.
15: Political Leadership.
16: Leadership and Cults.
17: Leadership Ethics.
18: Philosophy of Leadership.
19: Aesthetics and Leadership.
Psychological Perspectives.
20: Predictors of Leadership: The Usual Suspects and the Suspect Traits.
21: Contingency Theories of Effective Leadership.
22: Transformational Leadership.
23: Leader–Member Exchange: Recent Research Findings and Prospects for the Future.
24: Leadership and Attachment Theory: Understanding Interpersonal Dynamics in Leader–Follower Relations.
25: Team Leadership: A Review and Look Ahead.
26: Authentic Leadership.
27: A Multi-Level View of Leadership and Emotion: Leading with Emotional Labor.
28: The Shadow Side of Leadership.
29: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Leadership.
30: Creativity, Innovation, and Leadership: Models and Findings.
Emerging Perspectives.
31: Followership and Follower-Centred Approaches.
32: Hybrid Configurations of Leadership.
33: Moving Relationality: Meditations on a Relational Approach to Leadership.
34: Complexity Leadership Theory.
35: Spirituality and Leadership.
36: Discursive Approaches to Leadership.
37: Being Leaders: Identities and Identity Work in Leadership.
38: The Virtual Leader.
Author Index.
Subject Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Chapter Summaries.
List of Contributors.
Overview Perspectives.
1: A History of Leadership.
2: Research Methods in the Study of Leadership.
3: The Enduring and Elusive Quest for a General Theory of Leadership: Initial Efforts and New Horizons.
4: Leadership Development.
Macro and Sociological Perspectives.
5: Leadership and Organization Theory.
6: Perspectives on Strategic Leadership.
7: Charismatic Leadership.
8: Gender and Leadership.
9: A Network Approach to Leader Cognition and Effectiveness.
10: Trust and Distrust in the Leadership Process: A Review and Assessment of Theory and Evidence.
11: Leadership and Organizational Culture.
12: Cross-Cultural Leadership Revisited.
Political and Philosophical Perspectives.
13: Critical Leadership Studies.
14: Leadership and Power.
15: Political Leadership.
16: Leadership and Cults.
17: Leadership Ethics.
18: Philosophy of Leadership.
19: Aesthetics and Leadership.
Psychological Perspectives.
20: Predictors of Leadership: The Usual Suspects and the Suspect Traits.
21: Contingency Theories of Effective Leadership.
22: Transformational Leadership.
23: Leader–Member Exchange: Recent Research Findings and Prospects for the Future.
24: Leadership and Attachment Theory: Understanding Interpersonal Dynamics in Leader–Follower Relations.
25: Team Leadership: A Review and Look Ahead.
26: Authentic Leadership.
27: A Multi-Level View of Leadership and Emotion: Leading with Emotional Labor.
28: The Shadow Side of Leadership.
29: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Leadership.
30: Creativity, Innovation, and Leadership: Models and Findings.
Emerging Perspectives.
31: Followership and Follower-Centred Approaches.
32: Hybrid Configurations of Leadership.
33: Moving Relationality: Meditations on a Relational Approach to Leadership.
34: Complexity Leadership Theory.
35: Spirituality and Leadership.
36: Discursive Approaches to Leadership.
37: Being Leaders: Identities and Identity Work in Leadership.
38: The Virtual Leader.
Author Index.
Subject Index.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Keith Grint

Keith Grint is a Fellow in Organizational Behavior and University Reader in Organizational Behavior, at Templeton College, Oxford University. His research interests include the practical implications of contemporary management theory; the comparative analysis of managerial innovations; organizational theory; technology; leadership and re-engineering. He worked in various industries for ten years before becoming an academic. He taught industrial sociology at Brunel University (London) for six years and then came to Oxford. He has published seven books and over 40 articles on topics ranging from business process re-engineering to leadership, Japanization, appraisal schemes, organizational theory, and the sociology of work. His current research, funded by a two-year ESRC Senior Research Fellowship, focuses on leadership.