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The leader's shadow : exploring and developing executive character

Author: William Q Judge
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"William Q. Judge's The Leader's Shadow is the first book to fully examine the inner dynamics of executives in top leadership positions. Based on systematically collected descriptions from a wide variety of executive leaders and a comprehensive review of the literature on leadership character, this book provides a framework for thinking about the character development of those in leadership positions. Judge
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Q Judge
ISBN: 0761915389 9780761915386 0761915397 9780761915393
OCLC Number: 40267963
Description: xx, 216 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Illuminating the Executive Leader's Shadow --
Context Surrounding Executive Leaders --
Industry Context --
Organizational Context --
Demographic Characteristics of CEOs --
CEO Gender --
CEO Age --
CEO Tenure --
CEO Compensation --
Case Studies of Contexts Surrounding Seven CEOs --
Robert Masters --
Michael Breen --
Joseph Henderson --
Richard Farr --
Raymond Zuckerman --
Randy Maxwell --
Steven Zolte --
Individual Shadow Work With Context --
Character of Executive Leaders --
Personalities of Executive Leaders --
Personality Characteristics of CEOs --
Energy Source --
Data Collection --
Decision Making --
Lifestyle Orientation --
Overall Personality Preferences --
Case Studies of CEOs' Personalities --
SF Types: The Friendly Doers --
ST Types: The Practical Thinkers --
NF Type: The Imaginative Developers --
NT Types: The Logical Theorists --
Individual Shadow Work With Personality --
Personal Values of Executive Leaders --
The Nature of Personal Values --
CEOs' Value Systems --
Terminal Values --
Instrumental Values --
Case Studies of CEOs' Personal Values --
Robert Masters --
Randy Maxwell --
Richard Farr --
Steven Zolte --
Joseph Henderson --
Michael Breen --
Raymond Zuckerman --
Individual Shadow Work With Personal Values --
Spirituality of Executive Leaders --
Business and Spirituality --
Executive Religiosity --
Religious Affiliations of CEOs --
Religious Orientations of CEOs --
Spiritual Experiences of CEOs --
Case Studies of CEO Spirituality --
Robert Masters --
Randy Maxwell --
Richard Farr --
Steven Zolte.
Responsibility: William Q. Judge.
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"William Q. Judge's The Leader's Shadow is the first book to fully examine the inner dynamics of executives in top leadership positions. Based on systematically collected descriptions from a wide variety of executive leaders and a comprehensive review of the literature on leadership character, this book provides a framework for thinking about the character development of those in leadership positions. Judge describes and analyzes the context within which leaders operate, the theory and research behind the personalities of leaders, and the values these leaders hold."--Jacket.

"The Leader's Shadow is a resource for executive coaches, management trainers, and consultants, as well as students in leadership, organizational change, and organizational development."--Jacket.

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"The Leader's Shadow is an innovative and much needed approach. It is bristling with insights." -- Ian I. Mitroff

 
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