Police Leadership explores leadership theories through the real life experiences of well known police chiefs. Police Leadership provides a template for police leaders on how to look at a given situation, adopt an informed perspective and make the right leadership decision. This book provides a comprehensive examination of a broad range of organizational leadership theoriesaincluding team theory, leader-member exchange theory, transformational theory, style theory, situational theory, contingency theory and path-goal theory. Topics focus on ethics and integrity, demonstrating the central importance to leadership of ethics and integrity. For police leadersafrom street-level officers to the highest ranking police chiefs.Leadership and Command of the Critical Incident Psychodynamic Approach Overview of the Approach The psychodynamic approach to leadership can be traced to Sigmund Freud and primarily focuses on the leader as a charismaticanbsp;...
|Author||:||Maria R. Haberfeld|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2006|