We provide here a list of books, book chapters, popular articles, as well as scholarly articles dealing with leadership development topics that you may find interesting and informative. We hope this list will be an excellent jumping point for leadership learning for all students, staff, and faculty.
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Authors A - EAmbrose, Susan et al. (2010).
“What Kinds of Practice and Feedback Enhance Learning?
. How Learning Works
: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching.
Beer, Michael (1992). “Leading Changes”. In Managing People and Organizations. Ed. John J. Gabarro. Harvard Business School Publications.
Bennis, Warren; Goldsmith, Joan (2003). Learning to Lead: A Workbook on Becoming a Leader. 3rd edition. Basic Books.
Blanchard, Ken (2007). Leading at a Higher Level. FT Press.
Charan, Ram; Drotter, Stephen; Noel, James (2000). “Six Leadership Passages”. The Leadership Pipeline: How to build the leadership-powered company. pp. 15-31. Jossey-Bass.
Côté, Stéphane et al. (2010). “Emotional Intelligence and leadership emergence in small groups”. The Leadership Quarterly. 21 (2010) pp.496-508.
Authors F - JGeorge, Bill et al. (February 2007). “Discovering Your Authentic Leadership”. Harvard Business Review.
Gerzon, Mark (2006). Leading Through Conflict: How Successful Leaders Transform Differences into Opportunities. Harvard Business School Press.
Gibson, Cristina B.; McDaniel, Dana M. (2010). “Moving Beyond Conventional Wisdom: Advancements in Cross-Cultural Theories of Leadership, Conflict, and Teams”. Perspectives on Psychological Science. 5(4) pp. 450-462.
Goleman, Daniel (1995). Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ. Bantam Dell.
Goleman, Daniel; Boyatzis, Richard; McKee, Annie (2006). Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence. Harvard Business School Press.
Authors K - OKomives, Susan; Lucas, Nance; McMahon, Timothy R. (1998). Exploring Leadership: For college students who want to make a difference. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Kouzes, James M.; Posner, Barry Z. (1995). The Leadership Challenge: How to Keep Getting Extraordinary Things Done in Organizations. Jossey-Bass Inc.
Lee, Pauline et al. (2010). “Leadership and trust: Their effects on knowledge sharing and team performance”. Management Learning. 41 (4) pp. 473-491.
Authors P - TPalmer, Parker J. (2000). “Leading from Within”. Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation. Chapter 5. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Quenk, Naomi L. (2009). Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Assesment. 2nd edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Rosin, Hanna (July/August 2010). “The End of Men”. The Atlantic.
Scott, Susan (2009). Fierce Leadership: A Bold Alternative to the Worst “Best” Practices of Business Today.
Broadway Business.Senge, Peter M. et al. (1994). The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization. Doubleday.
Sinclair, Amanda (2005). “The Absence/Invisibility of Women in Leadership”. Doing Leadership Differently. Chapter 2. Melbourne University Press.
Stanfield, Brian R. (2000). The Courage to Lead: Transform Self, Transform Society. New Society Publishers and The Canadian Institute of Cultural Affairs.
Authors U - ZWeick, Karl E; Sutcliffe, Kathleen M. (July-August 2005). “Organizing and the Process of Sensemaking”. Organization Science. 16 (4) pp. 409-421.
Westley, Frances; Zimmerman, Brenda; Patton, Michael Q. (2007). Getting to Maybe: How the World is Changed. Vintage Canada.
Wheatley, Margaret J. (2005). “Leadership in Turbulent Times”. Finding Our Way: Leadership For an Uncertain Time. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.