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Are current concepts of leadership appropriate for today's organizations? What will tomorrow's leadership need to be like? Is there a best approach to leadership? With a huge range of definitions and theories of leadership available, the field has become confusing for both students and practitioners alike. This text provides a framework for making sense of the field. In Part One, Gayle C Avery integrates a fragmented field into four broad paradigms or forms of leadership, helping to simplify and clarify the ill-defined field of leadership. The second part provides 10 case studies from leading organizations across Europe, Australia and the United States to illustrate how diverse leadership can be in successful organizations. At the end of each case, specific questions guide the reader in interpreting ...

Royal Australian Navy: Commanding New Leadership1
Royal Australian Navy: Commanding new leadership
Gayle C.Avery and Student Team

Fair play, equality and a can-do attitude …2

Vice Admiral, David J. Shackleton, AO, Chief Of Navy

Although Australia has long been dependent on the seas, her first naval fleet consisted of only two destroyers in 1909. This became the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), an Australian Defence Force Service that has since played major roles in ...

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