A collection of books written and compiled by the graduate students in Leadership Education.
Dustin S. Anderson, Carley Clinkscales, Stephen Erlandson, Brad Hak, Justin Rude Hanson, Patrick Holt, Brittany Kinney, Chenxiao Li, Vanessa Richter, Marcus E. Teachout, Brittany E. York, Jeffrey Thompson, Kenneth D. Janz, and Barbara Holmes
Powerful Relationships in Leadership caters to front runners of the leadership world who are looking for fresh perspectives into how to properly organize and create trailblazing organizations. This book is a collection of articles on aspects of leading. It separates itself from other management texts by offering perceptions of entry level personnel. It is our hope that you will begin to appreciate how entry level personnel view management and their role in guiding administrators.
These 12 chapters will help you:
- Build a solid foundation of leadership based on relationships
- Understand the roles technology plays with today’s leaders
- Nurture and grow your professional staff
- Create honest awareness of how leadership is viewed by entry level professionals
Powerful Relationships in Leadership will give you a more thorough understanding of the tremendous importance interpersonal relations make in the workplace.In addition, it will provide a wealth of knowledge to assist you in making effective change in your place of employment.
Hassan Al Tamimi, Kayleen Berwick, David Biedenbender, Nabih Elteir, Ross Hemmingsen, Kevin Horton, Benjamin Johnson, Danica Johnson, Wail Kailani, Julie Kiehne, James Lowery, Michael Mangan, Matthew Ohs, Lori Steinke, Riley Swier, Terrelle Wilson, Barbara Holmes, and Kendall Larson
Change: A Leader's Perspective represents the culmination of the Change Leadership course taught at Winona State University in the fall term of 2017. Leadership is a broad category with many facets. This book explores the subject and offers students of leadership and aspiring leaders current perspectives on leadership theories, the omnipresence of change, and personal reflections on the course material. Additional thoughts which resonate throughout this text are that leaders influence outcomes and that leadership manifests itself in change, whether by cause or effect.