From knowing to doing : international perspectives on leading effectively /
edited by Lieutenant Colonel Daniel J. Watola, PhD and Allister MacIntyre, PhD.
Kingston, Ont. : Canadian Defence Academy Press, c2018.
vi, 304 p., 1 online resource
9780660274294 9780660274300
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Kingston, Ont. : Canadian Defence Academy Press, c2018.
9780660274294 9780660274300
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
The leader's role in motivating performance / Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Douglas Lindsay, PhD, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel J. Watola, PhD, and Walter Borman, PhD (p. 1-21) -- Communicative behaviour as transformative power of military leadership / Lieutenant Colonel Samir Rawat, PhD (p. 23-31) -- Military leadership and the effective use of power and influence / Lieutenant Colonel Peter J. Reiley, PhD, Christopher P. Kelley, PhD, and Shane D. Soboroff, PhD (p. 33-57) -- Improving leader well-being and performance through mastery of habits / Squadron Leader Bethany Gerling and Flight Lieutenant Carsten Grimm (p. 59-83) -- Fake news as a constraint on leadership: concepts and explanations / Alexander Thielen, BS, Claes Wallenius, PhD,and Aida Alvinius, PhD (p. 85-103) -- Leading a military organization effectively in a state of post-scarcity / Aida Alvinius, PhD, Arita Holmberg, PhD, and Gerry Larsson, PhD (p. 105-127) -- Leveraging empowerment and fit to enhance organizational culture at the team and organizational level / Lieutenant Colonel Rylan M. Charlton, MS, and Major Steven D. Raymer, MS (p. 129-163) -- Leading strategic change: the role of teams, tasks and commander's intent / Jerry Guo, MS, and Mie Augier, PhD (p. 165-189) -- Critical thinking in military operations: is it necessary or optional? / S. Hartati R-Suradijono, PhD (p. 191-203) -- Building effective command teams: bridging leader's know-do gap / Eileen Ang, MS (p. 205-213)-- Leadership from the edge: a challenge for Africa / Gideon A.J. van Dyk, PhD (p. 215-233) -- New leaders, 'new wars': a reflective approach to applying gender and cultural perspectives / Vanessa Brown, MA, and Alan Okros, PhD (p. 235-289).
general note
"Produced for the Canadian Defence Academy Press by 17 Wing Winnipeg Publishing Office."
Issued by: Department of National Defence.
"From Knowing to Doing: International Perspectives on Leading Effectively, is the thirteenth volume of the International Military Leadership Association Working Group (IMLAW) series published by the Canadian Defence Academy Press. In this book, 24 authors from 8 countries offer their advice to leaders across the depth and breadth of military service"--Provided by publisher.
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Electronic monograph in PDF format.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Issued also in print format.

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