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Leadership: A Communication Perspective, Sixth Edition
Publisher: Waveland Press, Inc.
Publication Date: 2013-04-08
Number of pages: 530
Hackman and Johnson illuminate our understanding of leadership by approaching it as a communication-based activity. They artfully balance research and theory with practical, real-world suggestions for improving communication competence and leadership effectiveness in small-group, organizational, and public contexts. The comprehensive Sixth Edition adds discussions of organizational politics, project leadership, executive-level teams, adaptive leadership, intergroup leadership, sensemaking, and in-extremis leadership. Readers will also appreciate the expanded treatment of bad leadership, emotional competencies, followership styles, charisma, leader development, crisis leadership, and virtual team leadership. Case studies cover such timely issues as the pink slime controversy, the legacy of Steve Jobs, banning super-sized soft drinks, the scandal at Penn State University, and the Miracle on the Hudson.
Abundant examples, case studies, self-assessments, and research highlights enhance the presentation. Moreover, wide-ranging application exercises offer multiple opportunities for readers to review and apply the skills covered in the chapters.
Not-for-sale instructor resource material available to college and university faculty only; contact publisher directly.
By the same authors: Creative Communication: Principles and Applications (ISBN 9780881338287). Titles of related interest also from Waveland Press: Cheney et al., Organizational Communication in an Age of Globalization: Issues, Reflections, Practices, Second Edition (ISBN 9781577666400); McMahon, Leadership Classics (ISBN 9781577666387); Natemeyer-Hersey, Classics of Organizational Behavior, Fourth Edition (ISBN 9781577667032); and Sylvia, Leadership through the Ages (ISBN 9781577666219).