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The International Journal of Servant-Leadership Volume #8/9 Issue #1
The International Journal of Servant-Leadership Volume #8/9 Issue #1 (1/2014)
Shann Ray Ferch - Editor

 
 
Integral Leadership
Integral Leadership (May 2013)
The Next Half-Step
John P. Forman - Author
Laurel A. Ross - Author

A groundbreaking book that brings the insights of Integral Theory to business and organizational development.

This groundbreaking book offers leaders a way to determine what theories, models, and tools best meet the needs of their organizations. Authors and organizational consultants John P. Forman and Laurel A. Ross know leaders are awash in business theory, often coming from well-thumbed bestsellers. But how do...(Read More)
 
 
The International Journal of Servant-Leadership Volume #7 Issue #1
The International Journal of Servant-Leadership Volume #7 Issue #1 (1/2013)
Shann Ray Ferch - Editor

 
 
The International Journal of Servant-Leadership Volume #6 Issue #1
The International Journal of Servant-Leadership Volume #6 Issue #1 (1/2012)
Shann Ray Ferch - Editor

 
 
Black Womanist Leadership
Black Womanist Leadership (June 2011)
Tracing the Motherline
Toni C. King - Editor
S. Alease Ferguson - Editor

Collection of Black women’s stories that show how leadership values are transmitted from mothers to daughters.

Featuring the stories of fourteen Black women scholars, Black Womanist Leadership offers a culturally based model of Black women’s leadership practices, and examines the mother-daughter transmission of these skills. The personal narratives fit into a storytelling tradition that revea...(Read More)
 
 
Women's Spiritual Leadership in Africa
Women's Spiritual Leadership in Africa (February 2010)
Tempered Radicals and Critical Servant Leaders
Faith Wambura Ngunjiri - Author

Inspiring portraits of contemporary African women leaders.

Women’s Spiritual Leadership in Africa offers portraits of sixteen African women in leadership positions in grassroots, national, Pan African and global organizations, and explores how they choose to “rock the boat without falling out” by transforming their communities and organizations from within. In her analysis of the women ...(Read More)
 
 
What's Wrong with Obamamania?
What's Wrong with Obamamania? (June 2008)
Black America, Black Leadership, and the Death of Political Imagination
Ricky L. Jones - Author

Juxtaposes the meteoric rise of Barack Obama with far-reaching—and disturbing—shifts in black leadership in post–Civil Rights America.

Barack Obama’s sudden arrival on the national scene has created a wave of excitement in American politics, a phenomenon that has been dubbed “Obamamania.” In What’s Wrong with Obamamania?, Ricky L. Jones places Obama’s run f...(Read More)
 
 
Agendas and Decisions
Agendas and Decisions (February 2008)
How State Government Executives and Middle Managers Make and Administer Policy
Dorothy F. Olshfski - Author
Robert B. Cunningham - Author

Studies how state-level public executives and managers in Tennessee decide and implement policy.

Connecting theory and practice, Agendas and Decisions explores how state-level public executives and managers decide and implement policy. The authors focus on Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander’s (1979–1987) management system, which believed in and practiced the principles espoused by leadership theo...(Read More)
 
 
Economic Development in American Cities
Economic Development in American Cities (July 2007)
The Pursuit of an Equity Agenda
Michael I. J. Bennett - Editor
Robert P. Giloth - Editor

Evaluates the impact of equity investments in five cities during the 1990s.

Economic Development in American Cities addresses the roles of municipal leaders and civic partners in promoting social equity by examining the experiences of five American cities in the 1990s—Austin, Cleveland, Rochester, Savannah, and Seattle. These five cities were chosen for their activist municipal administrations, robust po...(Read More)
 
 
David Dinkins and New York City Politics
David Dinkins and New York City Politics (November 2006)
Race, Images, and the Media
Wilbur C. Rich - Author

Studies the role of the media in shaping public perceptions of David Dinkins’ mayoral leadership.

As the first African American elected mayor of New York City, David Dinkins underwent intense scrutiny—first from the black community, then from white liberal supporters, the media, and the city’s electorate. Wilbur C. Rich focuses on the critical role played by the New York City media in the perceptio...(Read More)
 
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