The Role of Trust in Leader-Follower Relationships
Behavioral and Organizational Sciences (CGU), Drucker School of Management (CGU)
This textbook provides a clear understanding of leadership needs in today’s business world, explained within the scope of hard and soft leadership skills. It captures qualities and skills such as spirituality, empathy, moral behavior, mindfulness, empathy, problem solving, self-confidence, ambition, knowledge, global understanding, and information technology. This text explains and provides guidelines for the implementation of each skill and includes examples from contemporary and historical leaders inviting the reader to consider each quality and engage in self-reflection. This book deviates from excessive theoretical descriptions presenting a timely, hands-on approach to leadership.
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Bligh, M. C. (Forthcoming, 2016). The Role of Trust in Leader-Follower Relationships. In Marques, J. F. & Dhiman, S., (Eds.), Leadership Today--Practices for Personal and Professional Performance. Springer.