The book reviews the validity and reliability of instruments that measure the most widely referenced theories of leadership. It also reviews the meta-analytic literature supporting the most popular theories of organizational leadership.
The book is not designed as a “how to lead better in 10 steps” type of book. Rather, it is a deeper look into the empirical base that supports popular theories. It is a superb introductory textbook for masters or doctoral coursework in organizational leadership or as a reference source for students who are writing masters theses or doctoral dissertations.
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Dr. Mark Green is a Professor of Leadership Studies at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX. Prior to becoming a college professor, he was an Army officer with assignments at Fort Benning, GA, the Pentagon and the Army Medical Department Center and School.
He currently teaches doctoral classes in leadership and has chaired over 40 doctoral dissertations. He has pub-lished research articles in peer-reviewed literature in areas such as spirituality and leadership, language and leadership, and various predictors of successful leadership.
Mark holds a BA in Psychology from Westminster College; an M.Ed. in Counseling from the University of Mis-souri, Columbia; an MS in Information Systems from the American University in Washington DC; an MBA from Our Lady of the Lake University; an MA in Theology from the Oblate School of Theology and a PhD in Educational Administration from the American University.
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Book Description Leadership Press, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0692419160