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Leadership: Theory and Practice by Peter G. Northouse

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Adopted at more than 1,000 colleges and universities worldwide, the market-leading text owes its success to the unique way in which it combines an academically robust account of the major theories and models of leadership with an accessible style and practical exercises that help students apply what they learn. Each chapter follows a consistent format, allowing students to easily contrast the various theories, and three case studies in each chapter provide practical examples of each theory or trait discussed.

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Chapter Resources

Questions for Study: Interesting questions will help you to assimilate and review material.

Assignments and Exercises: Lively and stimulating discussion questions and ideas for group and individual activities may be assigned to you, or conducted independently.

Internet Activities: A variety of internet-based activities delve into leadership concepts by utilizing social networking tools.

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Trait Approach
Chapter 3. Skills Approach
Chapter 4. Style Approach
Chapter 5. Situational Approach
Chapter 6. Contingency Theory
Chapter 7. Path–Goal Theory
Chapter 8. Leader–Member Exchange
Chapter 9. Transformational Leadership
Chapter 10. Authentic Leadership
Chapter 11. Team Leadership
Chapter 12. Psychodynamic Approach
Chapter 13. Women and Leadership
Chapter 14. Culture and Leadership
Chapter 15. Leadership Ethics

Learning from SAGE Journal Articles

Full-text articles from a variety of disciplines support and expand upon the concepts presented in each chapter. Discussion questions will focus and guide your interpretation.

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Acknowledgements

We are indebted to Isolde Anderson and Ayman El Tarabishy for their outstanding efforts in developing these excellent materials. It is also our pleasure to acknowledge Peter G. Northouse for his advice and assistance in assembling this site.