Leadership: Enhancing the Lessons of Experience, 10e, now consists of 18 chapters, four of which cover specific leadership skills and qualities covered in each of the book's four sections. Hughes, Ginnett, and Curphy draw upon three different types of literature - empirical studies; interesting anecdotes, stories, and findings; and leadership skills - to create a text that is personally relevant, interesting, and scholarly. The authors' unique quest for a careful balancing act of leadership materials helps students apply theory and research to their real-life experiences. The 10th edition has been thoroughly updated in virtually every chapter, including new content specific to how leaders respond to crisis (related to the pandemic).
Chapter 1: What Do We Mean by Leadership?
Chapter 2: Leader Development
Chapter 3: Skills for Developing Yourself as a Leader
PART TWO: Focus on the Leader
Chapter 4: Power and Influence
Chapter 5: Values, Ethics, and Character
Chapter 6: Leadership Attributes
Chapter 7: Leadership Behavior
Chapter 8: Skills for Building Personal Credibility and Influencing Others
PART THREE: Focus on the Followers
Chapter 9: Follower Motivation
Chapter 10: Follower Satisfaction and Engagement
Chapter 11: Follower Performance, Effectiveness, and Potential
Chapter 12: Groups, Teams, and Their Leadership
Chapter 13: Skills for Developing Others
PART FOUR: Focus on the Situation
Chapter 14: The Situation
Chapter 15: Contingency Theories of Leadership
Chapter 16: Leadership and Change
Chapter 17: The Dark Side of Leadership
Chapter 18: Skills for Optimizing Leadership as Situations Change
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