In most organizations today, the greatest stress afflicts those working in groups: teams, task forces, and other units with special goals and purposes. Customary manners of management style and leadership largely fail to alleviate this stress. Olmstead offers a conceptual framework and draws upon his own experiences--supported by the similar experiences of others who have worked in most types of organizations under various stressful conditions--to show how.Fiedler, F. E. On the Death and Transfiguration of Leadership Training. Technical Report 70-16. Seattle: ... aquot;What We Know About Learning and Training.aquot; Personnel ... Orlando, FL: Training and Evaluation Group, 1975. Hare, A. P. Handbookanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leading Groups in Stressful Times|
|Author||:||Joseph A. Olmstead|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2002-01-01|