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Leadership for a Better World. Understanding the Social Change Model of Leadership Development. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 3750924
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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PRAISE FOR LEADERSHIP FOR A BETTER WORLD, SECOND EDITION

"Leadership for a Better World takes the Seven C′s in the social change model of leadership development to a deeper level of integrating theory and practice with inspiring stories and practical application. The chapter on change removes the process of leadership from the proverbial pedestal and places it precisely where it should be within the reach of every person to engage in social change for the betterment of others and society; and to live a life that matters."
Cynthia Cherrey, president and CEO, International Leadership Association

"Every day we see examples of the critical need for conscious, competent, collaborative leadership in our world. Our campuses remain one of the best places for students to increase their leadership capacity and Leadership for a Better World is one of the best resources I have seen for engaging students to reach that goal. If you read only one leadership book this semester, make it this one!"
Susan Borrego, chancellor of the University of Michigan–Flint

"The higher education environment is the ideal training ground where students can learn to lead and understand themselves in the context of improving a community and changing the world. Leadership for a Better World gives the structure, guidance and facilitation for thoughtful and meaningful pursuit of building a life centered on leadership for change."
Javaune Adams–Gaston, senior vice president of Student Life, Ohio State University

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Preface xiii

Acknowledgments xxi

About the National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs xxiii

About the Authors and Editors xxv

PART 1 UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL CHANGE MODEL OF LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 1

1. Transitions and Transformations in Leadership 5
Dennis C. Roberts

2. An Overview of the Social Change Model of Leadership Development 17
Kristan Cilente Skendall

PART 2 INDIVIDUAL VALUES 41

3. Consciousness of Self 43
Sherry Early and Justin Fincher

4. Congruence 66
Tricia R. Shalka

5. Commitment 87
Ashlee M. Kerkoff and Daniel Ostick

PART 3 GROUP VALUES 105

6. Collaboration 109
Jordan England

7. Common Purpose 127
Marybeth Drechsler Sharp and Alex Teh

8. Controversy With Civility 149
Cecilio Alvarez

PART 4 SOCIETY/COMMUNITY VALUES 171

9. Citizenship 175
Jennifer Bonnet

PART 5 ON CHANGE 197

10. Change 201
Wendy Wagner

11. Examining Social Change 233
Wendy Wagner

12. Applying the Social Change Model 261
Marguerite Bonous–Hammarth

Epilogue 275
Susan R. Komives and Wendy Wagner

Additional Resources 277

Index 283

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