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  • Informal Leaders

    Northern Arizona University Box 15066 Flagstaff AZ 86011 Formal vs. Informal Leading: A Comparative Analysis Working Paper Series 00-04 — Sept 2000 C. Dean Pielstick College of Business Administration Northern Arizona University 3714 W Church St Thatcher AZ 85552 Tel: 520-428-8344 X26 FAX: 520-428-5013...

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  • Research papaer

    EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES OF PRINCIPALS WHO COMPLETED AN URBAN LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA A Dissertation Presented to The Faculty of the School of Education Department of Leadership Studies Organizational and Leadership Program In Partial Fulfillment ...

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  • Women Leadership

    Research ISSN 1450-216X Vol.23 No.3 (2008), pp.361-372 © EuroJournals Publishing, Inc. 2008 http://www.eurojournals.com/ejsr.htm Women Leadership and Community Development Zaharah Hassan Center for Gender Research & Center for General Studies Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia E-mail: zabha@pkrisc.cc...

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  • Leadership Theory

    REGENERATIVE LEADERSHIP: THEORY AND PRACTICE FOR TRANSFORMING PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY IN BUSINESS, EDUCATION, AND COMMUNITY John Hardman, Ph.D. Florida Atlantic University April, 2009 Summary of the Problem Increasingly, efforts world-wide in business corporations, educational systems...

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  • Bg Palmer Leadership Paper

    PURE Leadership of Jesus Christ By Brenda G. Palmer Presented to: Dr. Shirley Freed Andrews University EDRM605 Qualitative Research Methods August 13, 2001 TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract 4 Research Problem and Questions 4 Background 5 Literature Review 6 Leadership Traits...

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  • Research Paper

    CHAPTER 12 Leadership Models, Methods, and Applications BRUCE J. AVOLIO, JOHN J. SOSIK, DONG I. JUNG, AND YAIR BERSON AREAS REQUIRING FURTHER EXPLORATION 277 Major Trends and Future Directions 279 Leadership and Creating Meaning 280 Leadership Substitutes 281 Implicit Leadership Theory 281 INTEGRATING...

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  • Customer Centricity

    becoming customer-centric. These are mainly related to the organizational culture, structure, processes, and financial metrics of the firm. To overcome these barriers, the article suggests a path to customer centricity that is driven by a strong leadership commitment, organizational realignment, systems...

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  • Leadership

    ETHICS IN LEADERSHIP Ethics are the moral values in a human being. It is nothing but a feeling of knowing what is right and by default what is wrong .Ethics is not about codes, but about people who make decisions .Ethics is a generalized term. There are professional ethics and so on. This ethical ...

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  • Leadership

    Exploring Leadership Susan R. Komives Nance Lucas Timothy R. McMahon Exploring Leadership For College Students Who Want to Make a Difference Second Edition John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Copyright © 2007 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. Published by Jossey-Bass A Wiley...

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  • Assistant Professor

    NORTH TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGES by David John Gregory Foster A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX April 2007 UMI Number: 3264266 Copyright 2007 by Foster, David John Gregory All...

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  • gender differences

    impact on affect e.g. fear, anxiety, pride, as staff and students contemplate uncertain futures, their positioning in the prestige economy and the value of higher education in rapidly changing global economies. The papers in this symposium will each identify and engage with different aspects of the...

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  • O'Boyle Dark triad JAP 2012

    0021-9010/12/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/a0025679 A Meta-Analysis of the Dark Triad and Work Behavior: A Social Exchange Perspective Ernest H. O’Boyle, Jr. Donelson R. Forsyth Longwood University University of Richmond George C. Banks and Michael A. McDaniel Virginia Commonwealth University We reviewed...

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  • Proposal

    following publications that have resulted from this work: Ivankova, N., & Stick, S. (2007, Feb). Students’ persistence in a Distributed Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership in Higher Education: A mixed methods study. Research in Higher Education, 48(1), 93-135. DOI: 10.1007/s11162-006-9025-4 Ivankova...

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  • Diversity Unity

    Learning in a Multicultural Society Ja m e s A . B a n k s Peter Cookson G e n e va G ay Wi l l i s D. H aw l e y Jac q u e l i n e Jo r da n I rv i n e Sonia Nieto J a n e t Wa r d S c h o f i e l d Wa lt e r G . S t e p h a n Center for Multicultural Education, College of Education University of...

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  • OD journal

    Through Other Ways of Working • Cross-Cultural Competence • Coaches’ Coach Competence and Influence on Organizational Learning • Appreciative Leadership and Opportunity-Centric Approaches to Organization Success • Nonprofit Leaders and Organization Development Consultants Published by The...

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  • Student

    ELAINE BIECH THE LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE activities book THE LEA D E RSH I P C H A LLE N G E ACTIVITIES BOOK ABOUT THIS BOOK WHY IS THIS TOPIC IMPORTANT? The Leadership Challenge focuses on how to be a successful leader. The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® present five practices...

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  • The Essential Component of Corporate Governance

    Corporate Governance John D. Sullivan, Ph.D. Executive Director, CIPE Aleksandr Shkolnikov, Program Officer, Global, CIPE Given financial scandals and the resulting new mandates on business, firms find themselves pressed to develop strong codes of ethics to guide the behavior of board members, managers...

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  • Ms Mandy

    com) DOI: 10.1002/smj.615 Received 5 July 2005; Final revision received 23 October 2006 WHAT IS STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, REALLY? INDUCTIVE DERIVATION OF A CONSENSUS DEFINITION OF THE FIELD RAJIV NAG,1 * DONALD C. HAMBRICK2 and MING-JER CHEN3 1 Sam Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility Exam

    stockholders on a voluntary basis. ___2. It is very important to emphasize that the debate between the voluntary compliance and legislation depends on how we understand CSR. ___3.The term co-responsibility involves firstly the existence of common objectives, secondly the assuming of specific responsibility...

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  • Research Proposal

    LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOUR AND PRACTICES OF A HEAD TEACHER IN AN EXCELLENT SCHOOL AZIAN BINTI AHMAD SHAHARBI A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Education Centre for Graduate Studies Open University Malaysia 2010 DECLARATION Name:...

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