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Leadership Case Studies in Education
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“Leadership Case Studies in Education, Second Edition, is an excellent companion text to any educational leadership theory course, but especially when the Leadership: Theory and Practice, Eighth Edition, text is used. The case studies pertain to the important education issues of today and include thought-provoking questions that prompt and encourage class discussion. An excellent book!”
“This companion to the Leadership: Theory and Practice book provides digestible summaries of the theories and models, as well as gives real life case studies to help best understand the models and theories in action.”
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Peter G. Northouse, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Communication in the School of Communication at Western Michigan University. In addition to publications in professional journals, he is the author of Leadership: Theory and Practice (now in its eighth edition) and Introduction to Leadership: Concepts and Practice (now in its fourth edition) and coauthor of Leadership Case Studies in Education (now in its second edition) and Health Communication: Strategies for Health Professionals (now in its third edition). His scholarly and curricular interests include models of leadership, leadership assessment, ethical leadership, and leadership and group dynamics. For more than 30 years, he has taught courses in leadership, interpersonal communication, and organizational communication to both undergraduate and graduate students. Currently, he is a consultant and lecturer on trends in leadership research, leadership development, and leadership education. He holds a doctorate in speech communication from the University of Denver, and masters and bachelors degrees in communication education from Michigan State University.
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Chapter 1. Introduction Introduction Case 1.1 Balancing the Workload Case 1.2 President Severs, You're FiredChapter 2. Trait Approach Introduction Case 2.1 Hiring a New Assistant Middle School Prinicpal Case 2.2 Why Can't Darin Lead?Chapter 3. Skills Approach Introduction Case 3.1 Before Barb Burns Out Case 3.2 Picking a Program LeaderChapter 4. Behavioral Approach Introduction Case 4.1 Springfield Day School Case 4.2 Mentoring JackChapter 5. Situational Approach Introduction Case 5.1 A Tale of Two Teams Case 5.2 Integration HesitationChapter 6. Path-Goal Theory Introduction Case 6.1 Implementing a New Model for Education Case 6.2 Conflict with the DeanChapter 7. Leader-Member Exchange Theory Introduction Case 7.1 Favoritism in the Classroom Case 7.2 Who Gets to be the Student Consultants?Chapter 8. Transformational Leadership Introduction Case 8.1 Creating a Magnet School Case 8.2 Is Charisma Enough for President Stelar?Chapter 9. Authentic Leadership Introduction Case 9.1 Parents, Principals, and Playgrounds: Oh My! Case 9.2 Sister Angela, Campus MinisterChapter 10. Servant Leadership Introduction Case 10.1 Stewardship Abounds Case 10.2 A Model CampusChapter 11. Adaptive Leadership Introduction Case 11.1 Pride, Policies, and Promise Case 11.2 Saving the Whales and SealsChapter 12. Followership Introduction Case 12.1 Revamping the Robotics Team Case 12.2 Choosing a ChairChapter 13. Leadership Ethics Introduction Case 13.1 Please Consider My Daughter Case 13.2 "Cut Her Some Slack"Chapter 14. Team Leadership Introduction Case 14.1 School Improvement Team Troubles Case 14.2 The Accreditation TeamChapter 15. Gender and Leadership Introduction Case 15.1 "My Girl" Case 15.2 The Executive Leadership TeamChapter 16. Culture and Leadership Introduction Case 16.1 Empty Playground Case 16.2 Welcome to the Heartland