Table of contents for Leadership : understanding the dynamics of power and influence in organizations / Robert P. Vecchio, editor.

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Preface	ix
Acknowledgments	xi
I. Introduction and Overview
Concepts of Leadership	3
Bernard M. Bass
What Leaders Really Do	000
John P. Kotter
The Manager's Job: Folklore and Fact	000
Henry Mintzberg
Crucibles of Leadership	000
Warren G. Bennis and Robert J. Thomas
Can Leadership Be Taught?	000
Robert P. Vecchio
II. Power and Influence
Power, Politics, and Influence	000
Robert P. Vecchio
Managing Your Boss	000
John J. Gabarro and John P. Kotter
Effective Followership: Leadership Turned Upside Down	000
Robert P. Vecchio
Intraorganizational Influence Tactics: Explorations 	000
in Getting One's Way
David Kipnis, Stuart M. Schmidt and Ian Wilkinson
A Social Influence Interpretation of Worker Motivation	000
Mario Sussmann and Robert P. Vecchio
III. Dysfunctional Aspects of Leadership
Groupthink	000
Irving L. Janis
The Power of Leader Expectations: Self-Fulfilling Prophecies	000
in Organizations
Robert P. Vecchio
The Long-Term Organizational Impact of Destructively	000
Narcissistic Managers
Roy Lubit
The Dark Side of Leadership	000
Jay A. Conger
Leaders Who Self-Destruct: The Causes and Cures	000
Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries
On the Folly of Rewarding A, While Hoping for B	000
Steven Kerr
IV. Models of Leadership
Path-Goal Theory of Leadership	000
Robert J. House and Terence R. Mitchell
Are You In or Out with Your Boss?	000
Robert P. Vecchio
Can Leaders Learn to Lead?	000
Victor H. Vroom
WICS: A Model of Leadership in Organizations	000
Robert J. Sternberg
From Transactional to Transformational Leadership: 	000
Learning to Share the Vision
Bernard M. Bass
Situational Leadership Theory: An Examination of 	000
a Prescriptive Theory
Robert P. Vecchio
The Contingency Model of Leadership Effectiveness: 	000
Its Levels of Analysis
Roya Ayman, Martin M. Chemers, and Fred Fiedler
V. Alternative Views of Leadership
Substitutes for Leadership: Effective Alternatives to 	000
Ineffective Leadership
Jon P. Howell, David E. Bowen, Peter W. Dorfman, Steven Kerr, 
and Philip M. Podsakoff
SuperLeadership: Beyond the Myth of Heroic Leadership	000
Charles C. Manz and Henry P. Sims, Jr.
Level 5 Leadership: The Triumph of Humility and Fierce Resolve	000
Jim Collins
The Servant as Leader	000
Robert K. Greenleaf
The Case of a Servant Leader: John F. Donnelly, Sr.	000
Robert J. Doyle
A Man of Transactions	000
Terrence Rafferty
Entrepreneurship and Leadership: Common Trends and 	000
Common Threads
Robert P. Vecchio
VI. Emerging Issues
Cultural Constraints in Management Theories	000
Geert Hofstede
Organizational Culture and Strategic Leadership: Issues in the	000
Management of Strategic Change
Clayton G. Smith and Robert P. Vecchio
Challenges to Leadership in the Implementation of 	000
Technological Change
Mary D. Zalesny and Robert P. Vecchio
Leadership and Gender Advantage	000
Robert P. Vecchio
It's Not Easy Being Green: Jealousy and Envy in the Workplace	000
Robert P. Vecchio
About the Editor	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Executive ability.