Public Sector Leadership

Public Sector Leadership

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A truly international examination of public sector leadership, this book explores the ways leaders of developed nations are addressing current challenges. The overriding question explored by the authors is how public leadership across the globe addresses new challenges (such as security, financial, demographic), new expectations of leaders, and what public sector leadership means in the new era. The book allows the reader to view a large number of situations across the globe to better understand the relation between context and leadership. It integrates the two fields of leadership and public administration, providing a wide-ranging and complementary empirical context to the topic. Transcending state-centered perspectives, the authors include new developments in governance and public private sector collaboration while retaining a focus on the public values involved. The chapters address public sector leadership issues in a wide array of nations, integrating international perspectives with a globally diverse authorship. Several chapters address issues of collaboration across sectors, changing roles in the New Public Management paradigm, and corresponding new visions of leadership. Several of the chapters are explicitly comparative, including a study of mental health leadership training topics in eight nations, central banking in Europe, and efficiency studies in Britain, Denmark, and Norway. The chapters can be used as thought-provoking case studies as part of a supplemental text, and are accompanied by substantial bibliographies. Scholars, students, and practitioners in leadership, public policy and administration, and organization studies will find this volume a useful reference.For the age groups 31a€“40 and 41a€“50 the change- and relation-oriented leadership styles are both significant, but the ... The analysis shows that the task- oriented leadership style has limited association with motivation, and that the ... Again this supports our theoretical model where the role of leadership in stimulating and supporting workers in their job (relation/people-oriented) is considered as a crucialanbsp;...

Title:Public Sector Leadership
Author:Jeffrey A. Raffel, Peter Leisink, Anthony E. Middlebrooks
Publisher:Edward Elgar Publishing - 2009-01-01


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