eBook Handbook of Research on Effective Communication, Leadership, and Conflict Resolution, 1st Edition

  • Anthony H. Normore
  • Larry W. Long
  • Mitch Javidi
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  • ISBN-10: 146669971X
  • ISBN-13: 9781466699717
  • DDC: 658.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 733 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released December 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016
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Overview

This book evaluates operational strategies and interpersonal skill development for the successful leadership and management of modern organizations. Highlighting various governance and interaction techniques that assist in mediating organizational controversies, this handbook of research is a vital source for professionals, leaders, managers, and human resource specialists interested in developing skills needed to efficiently communicate, collaborate, and negotiate across differences within an organization.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Advances in Linguistics and Communication Studies (ALCS) Book Series.
Titles in this Series.
In Memory of Dr. Gwen Stowers.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
Issues for Leaders, Organization, and Communication: Coping with Today and Planning for Tomorrow.
1: Leadership in the Digital Age: Rhythms and the Beat of Change.
2: Globalization and Media's Impact on Cross Cultural Communication: Managing Organizational Change.
3: Organizational Leadership and Health Care Reform.
4: Emotional Leadership: Leadership Styles and Emotional Intelligence.
5: Speaking with Trunks, Dancing with the “Pink Elephants”: Troubling E-Racism, E-Classism, and E-Sexism in Teaching Multicultural Teacher Education.
6: Reframing Continuous School Improvement in Australian Schools.
Coping with Conflict: Dealing with Stakeholders, Culture, Competition, and Style.
7: Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Legal Perspective.
8: Surviving the Conflict of Self-Inflicted Organizational Crises.
9: Leadership in a Time of Crisis: Jim Tressel's Ousting from The Ohio State University.
10: Communication, Culture, and Discord: A Lesson in Leadership Failure.
11: Leading Virtual Teams: Conflict and Communication Challenges for Leaders.
12: Conflict of Interest or Community of Collaboration? Leadership, SME Network Dialectics, and Dialogs.
13: The Role of the Leadership Style in Creating Conflict and Tension in a Higher Education Institution.
Improving Organization: A Focus on Teams, Engagement, and Personal Development.
14: Communities of Practice in Organizational Learning Strategies.
15: A Unified Framework of Organizational Perspectives and Knowledge Management and Their Impact on Job Performance.
16: Virtual Team Management for Higher Performance.
17: Leadership Communication, Internal Marketing, and Employee Engagement: A Recipe to Create Brand Ambassadors.
18: The Use of Online Social Networks in Higher Education and Its Influence on Job Performance.
19: Developing Instructional Leadership and Communication Skills through Online Professional Development: Focusing on Rural and Urban Principals.
20: Engineering Students' Communication Apprehension and Competence in Technical Oral Presentations.
Optimizing Performance: Enhancing Relational Development through Trust and Communication.
21: Developing Trust within International Teams: The Impacts of Culture on Team Formation and Process.
22: Communication: The Role of the Johari Window on Effective Leadership Communication in Multinational Corporations.
23: Credible Negotiation Leadership: Using Principled Negotiation to Improve International Negotiation.
24: The Link between Communicative Intelligence and Procedural Justice: The Path to Police Legitimacy.
25: Effective Engagement and Communication between First-Line Police Supervisors and Police Officers.
26: Communicating across the Generations: Implications for Higher Education Leadership.
27: The Role of Leadership and Communication: Re-Conceptualizing Graduate Instruction Online.
28: CAMES: An Approach to Project Management Based on Action Research and the Ideal Speech Situation.
29: Mobile Communication in Hospitals: Is It Still a Problem?.
Ethic of Managerial Communication and Electronic Surveillance of Employees.
30: The Ethics of Strategic Managerial Communication in the Global Context.
31: Surveillance of Electronic Communications in the Workplace and the Protection of Employees' Privacy.
32: Dataveillance and Information Privacy Concerns: Ethical and Organizational Considerations.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.
Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Advances in Linguistics and Communication Studies (ALCS) Book Series.
Titles in this Series.
In Memory of Dr. Gwen Stowers.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
Issues for Leaders, Organization, and Communication: Coping with Today and Planning for Tomorrow.
1: Leadership in the Digital Age: Rhythms and the Beat of Change.
2: Globalization and Media's Impact on Cross Cultural Communication: Managing Organizational Change.
3: Organizational Leadership and Health Care Reform.
4: Emotional Leadership: Leadership Styles and Emotional Intelligence.
5: Speaking with Trunks, Dancing with the “Pink Elephants”: Troubling E-Racism, E-Classism, and E-Sexism in Teaching Multicultural Teacher Education.
6: Reframing Continuous School Improvement in Australian Schools.
Coping with Conflict: Dealing with Stakeholders, Culture, Competition, and Style.
7: Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Legal Perspective.
8: Surviving the Conflict of Self-Inflicted Organizational Crises.
9: Leadership in a Time of Crisis: Jim Tressel's Ousting from The Ohio State University.
10: Communication, Culture, and Discord: A Lesson in Leadership Failure.
11: Leading Virtual Teams: Conflict and Communication Challenges for Leaders.
12: Conflict of Interest or Community of Collaboration? Leadership, SME Network Dialectics, and Dialogs.
13: The Role of the Leadership Style in Creating Conflict and Tension in a Higher Education Institution.
Improving Organization: A Focus on Teams, Engagement, and Personal Development.
14: Communities of Practice in Organizational Learning Strategies.
15: A Unified Framework of Organizational Perspectives and Knowledge Management and Their Impact on Job Performance.
16: Virtual Team Management for Higher Performance.
17: Leadership Communication, Internal Marketing, and Employee Engagement: A Recipe to Create Brand Ambassadors.
18: The Use of Online Social Networks in Higher Education and Its Influence on Job Performance.
19: Developing Instructional Leadership and Communication Skills through Online Professional Development: Focusing on Rural and Urban Principals.
20: Engineering Students' Communication Apprehension and Competence in Technical Oral Presentations.
Optimizing Performance: Enhancing Relational Development through Trust and Communication.
21: Developing Trust within International Teams: The Impacts of Culture on Team Formation and Process.
22: Communication: The Role of the Johari Window on Effective Leadership Communication in Multinational Corporations.
23: Credible Negotiation Leadership: Using Principled Negotiation to Improve International Negotiation.
24: The Link between Communicative Intelligence and Procedural Justice: The Path to Police Legitimacy.
25: Effective Engagement and Communication between First-Line Police Supervisors and Police Officers.
26: Communicating across the Generations: Implications for Higher Education Leadership.
27: The Role of Leadership and Communication: Re-Conceptualizing Graduate Instruction Online.
28: CAMES: An Approach to Project Management Based on Action Research and the Ideal Speech Situation.
29: Mobile Communication in Hospitals: Is It Still a Problem?.
Ethic of Managerial Communication and Electronic Surveillance of Employees.
30: The Ethics of Strategic Managerial Communication in the Global Context.
31: Surveillance of Electronic Communications in the Workplace and the Protection of Employees' Privacy.
32: Dataveillance and Information Privacy Concerns: Ethical and Organizational Considerations.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.