Teaching Leadership : Innovative Approaches for the 21st Century

Title

Teaching Leadership : Innovative Approaches for the 21st Century

Files

Description

Edited by Rajnandini Pillai and Susan Stites-Doe (College at Brockport faculty member); foreword by Bernard M. Bass.

Also includes a chapter by Susan Stites-Doe: On teaching gender differences in leadership.

Ten contributions from educators describe their experiences with a number of innovative strategies for teaching leadership, including the creative use of film, mythology, and literature. Particular attention has been paid to the education of women for leadership positions. A sampling of topics includes leadership education for executives in the People's Republic of China, transformational leadership in the U.S. Army, and leadership development as an extracurricular activity.

ISBN

1931576726

Publication Date

2003

Publication Information

Greenwich, Conn. : Information Age Publishing, c2003.

xv, 257 p. : illustrations ; 24 cm.

Series: Leadership horizons, the series

Disciplines

Business Administration, Management, and Operations

Department

Business Administration and Economics

Comments

Located in Drake Library at: HD57.7 .T43 2003

CONTENTS:

Blockbuster leadership: teaching leadership using film / Troy Nielson, Rajnandini Pillai, Kathleen Watson -- "Teacher, tell me a story": using fiction in the leadership classroom / Claudia Cogliser -- All my best (leadership) thoughts were stolen by the ancients / Maria Nathan -- The "challenges" of leadership / Jeff Miles -- On teaching gender differences in leadership / Susan Stites-Doe -- Teaching leadership to executives in the People's Republic of China / Charles M. Vance, Katherine R. Xin -- Transformational leadership in the U.S. Army / Dong I. Jung, Bruce Avolio -- Team teaching an MBA leadership course / Kevin B. Lowe, Bradley L. Kirkman, Catherine D. Holerness -- Leadership development as an extracurricular activity / Robert Moorman, Deborah Wells, Steven Wilwerding -- The leadership acid test / James C. Spee.