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The International Library of Leadership brings together in one place the most significant writings on leadership, the process by which groups, organizations, and societies seek to satisfy their needs and achieve their objectives. Volume 1 focuses on classic discussions of perennial leadership issues including the moral purpose of leadership, the nature of legitimate authority, and the role of followers. Volume 2 turns to investigations of leadership in the modern era and makes available the seminal social scientific works that inaugurated the modern theories of leadership. Volume 3 builds upon the analyses of power, culture, and gender in the first two volumes to address current ethical, democratic, and international challenges of leadership.
E. Elgar Publishing
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, Mass.
leadership, theories, followership, legitimate authority, moral leadership, power
Jepson School of Leadership Studies
Ethics and Political Philosophy | Leadership Studies
Wren, J. Thomas, Douglas A. Hicks, and Terry L. Price. The International Library of Leadership. Vol. 1-3. Cheltenham, UK: E. Elgar, 2004.