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Police leadership

Author: M R Haberfeld
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book explores leadership theories through the experiences of police chiefs who are well known either for their personal achievements or the situations they oversaw. Chief Moose of the Montgomery County, Maryland Police Department made decisions as he oversaw the response to the 2002 Washington DC area snipers: how did his leadership style match the situation he found himself in? When Chief O'Brien of the Miami  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Haberfeld, M.R. (Maria R.), 1957-
Police leadership.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, ©2006
(OCoLC)607680845
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M R Haberfeld
ISBN: 0131149717 9780131149717
OCLC Number: 56922420
Description: xviii, 249 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction : the pentagon of police leadership --
The case for early career leadership training --
The training gap --
The pentagon of police leadership --
2. Integrity, ethics, and police leadership --
Ethics and transformational leadership --
Integration of behavior and values --
Stewardship model --
Ethical leaders' characteristics --
The triangle of police integrity --
The pentagon of police leadership --
3. Partnership in a small force : team theory --
Overview of the theory --
Functional team leadership --
The leader-management model --
Self-managed teams --
Team policing --
4. In-groups and community-oriented policing : leader-member exchange theory --
Overview of the theory --
Measurement of the quality of the dyadic relationship --
The dyadic relationship and effectiveness --
Antecedents to high-quality dyadic relationships --
Leader-member exchange theory and bias --
LMX theory and the cases of Commissioner Lee P. Brown and Chief Darrel Stephens --
5. When the chief becomes the force : transformational theory --
Overview of the theory --
Importance of charisma in leaders --
Meta-analytic studies on transformational leadership --
Transformational leadership in military contexts --
Transformational and transactional leadership styles and the cases of Chief Reuben Greenberg and Chief Daryl Gates. 6. Parameters for empowerment and trust : style theory --
Overview of the theory --
Ohio State University leadership studies --
Michigan University leadership studies --
Harvard University studies --
The managerial grid --
Styles as a universal theory --
Style theory and military leadership --
Style theory and police leadership --
Style theory and the cases of Chief Earl Sanders and Chief Dennis Nowicki --
7. When the event is just too much to handle : situational leadership theory --
Overview of the theory --
Situational leadership theory and employee burnout --
Simplified situational leadership theory --
Politics and situational leadership theory --
Policing and situational leadership theory --
Situational leadership theory and the cases of Chief Charles A. Moose and Chief Bernard Parks --
8. Doing things right or doing the right thing : contingency theory --
Overview of the theory --
Military leaders and contingency theory --
Cognitive resources theory --
Leader substitutes theory --
Vroom-Yetton contingency model --
Dyadic approach to contingency theory --
Criticisms of contingency theory --
Contingency theory of leadership and the cases of Chief William O'Brien and Chief Tom Koby. 9. Winning mind and hearts : path-goal theory --
Overview of the theory --
Path-goal theory and military leadership --
Path-goal theory and the cases of Commissioner William Bratton and Chief Richard Pennington --
10. Leadership and command of the critical incident : psychodynamic approach --
Overview of the approach --
Birth order --
Transactional analysis --
Psychohistory --
Personality and leadership --
Psychodynamic approach to leadership and the case of Commissioner Bernard Kerik --
11. Soliciting and entertaining 100 ideas : skills approach --
Overview of the approach --
Learned leadership skills --
Leadership in context --
Social judgment as social intelligence --
Emotional intelligence --
U.S. Army studies --
Skills approach to leadership and the case of Commissioner Paul F. Evans --
12. Career of leadership : trait theory --
Overview of the theory --
Modern applications of trait theory --
Social scientific evaluation of leadership traits --
Trait theory and the case of Chief George Edwards --
13. Into the future : the big hairy audacious goal and catalytic mechanisms --
Anticharismatic leadership --
Level 5 leadership --
Choice of the right people --
Hedgehog rule of management --
Big hairy audacious goals (BHAGs) and the formal and informal goals of policing.
Responsibility: M.R. Haberfeld.

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