The new public leadership challenge / edited by Stephen Brookes, Keith Grint.

Contributor(s): Brookes, Stephen, 1955- | Grint, KeithPublication details: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010Description: xxiii, 353 p. : ill. ; 23 cmISBN: 9780230224179 (hbk.); 0230224172 (hbk.)Subject(s): LeadershipDDC classification: 303.3/4 LOC classification: HM1261 | .N49 2010
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1: Setting the Challenge for Public LeadersPART I: PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM AND THE IMPACT ON LEADERSHIPChapter 2: Central Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 3: Health Services Reform and LeadershipChapter 4: Education reform and LeadershipChapter 5: Police and Criminal Justice Reform and LeadershipChapter 6: Local Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 7: UK Defence Reform and LeadershipPART II: ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF PUBLIC LEADERSHIPChapter 8: Keynote Chapter: What is Expected of Public Leaders?Chapter 9: Political LeadershipChapter 10: Community LeadershipChapter 11: Leaders as Problem SolversChapter 12: Knowledge and Capabilities of Public LeadersChapter 13: Measuring the Value of Leadership Skills to Deliver Improved PerformancePART III: PUBLIC LEADERSHIP IN ACTION?Chapter 14: Adaptive Leadership in DrumcreeChapter 15: Leadership of Change Narratives: An Alternative VoiceChapter 16: S17 of the Crime and Disorder Act: A Missed Opportunity for Public Leadership?Chapter 17: Partnerships: Rhetoric or Reality?PART IV: OUTLINING A PUBLIC LEADERSHIP APPROACHChapter 18: Lessons from the Private SectorChapter 19: The Role of the Third Sector in Public LeadershipChapter 20: Can Public Leadership be EvaluatedChapter 21: A Collective Public Leadership Approach for the Future Chapter 1: Setting the Challenege for Public LeadersPART I: PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM AND THE IMPACT ON LEADERSHIPChapter 2: Central Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 3: Health Services Reform and LeadershipChapter 4: Education reform and LeadershipChapter 5: Police and Criminal Justice Reform and LeadershipChapter 6: Local Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 7: UK Defence Reform and LeadershipPART II: ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF PUBLIC LEADERSHIPChapter 8: Keynote Chapter: What is Expected of Public Leaders?Chapter 9: Political LeadershipChapter 10: Community LeadershipChapter 11: Leaders as Problem SolversChapter 12: Knowledge and Capabilities of Public LeadersChapter 13: Measuring the Value of Leadership Skills to Deliver Improved PerformancePART III: PUBLIC LEADERSHIP IN ACTION?Chapter 14: Adaptive Leadership in DrumcreeChapter 15: Leadership of Change Narratives: An Alternative VoiceChapter 16: S17 of the Crime and Disorder Act: A Missed Opportunity for Public Leadership?Chapter 17: Partnerships: Rhetoric or Reality?PART IV: OUTLINING A PUBLIC LEADERSHIP APPROACHChapter 18: Lessons from the Private SectorChapter 19: The Role of the Third Sector in Public LeadershipChapter 20: Can Public Leadership be EvaluatedChapter 21: A Collective Public Leadership Approach for the Future.
Summary: "This book is drawn from the results of five seminars this unique book draws on the four areas of public sector reform, essential features for public leaders, public leadership in action and the outline of a public leadership approach for the future. It seeks to give public leadership a firm foothold within the study of leadership in general"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1: Setting the Challenge for Public LeadersPART I: PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM AND THE IMPACT ON LEADERSHIPChapter 2: Central Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 3: Health Services Reform and LeadershipChapter 4: Education reform and LeadershipChapter 5: Police and Criminal Justice Reform and LeadershipChapter 6: Local Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 7: UK Defence Reform and LeadershipPART II: ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF PUBLIC LEADERSHIPChapter 8: Keynote Chapter: What is Expected of Public Leaders?Chapter 9: Political LeadershipChapter 10: Community LeadershipChapter 11: Leaders as Problem SolversChapter 12: Knowledge and Capabilities of Public LeadersChapter 13: Measuring the Value of Leadership Skills to Deliver Improved PerformancePART III: PUBLIC LEADERSHIP IN ACTION?Chapter 14: Adaptive Leadership in DrumcreeChapter 15: Leadership of Change Narratives: An Alternative VoiceChapter 16: S17 of the Crime and Disorder Act: A Missed Opportunity for Public Leadership?Chapter 17: Partnerships: Rhetoric or Reality?PART IV: OUTLINING A PUBLIC LEADERSHIP APPROACHChapter 18: Lessons from the Private SectorChapter 19: The Role of the Third Sector in Public LeadershipChapter 20: Can Public Leadership be EvaluatedChapter 21: A Collective Public Leadership Approach for the Future Chapter 1: Setting the Challenege for Public LeadersPART I: PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM AND THE IMPACT ON LEADERSHIPChapter 2: Central Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 3: Health Services Reform and LeadershipChapter 4: Education reform and LeadershipChapter 5: Police and Criminal Justice Reform and LeadershipChapter 6: Local Government Reform and LeadershipChapter 7: UK Defence Reform and LeadershipPART II: ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF PUBLIC LEADERSHIPChapter 8: Keynote Chapter: What is Expected of Public Leaders?Chapter 9: Political LeadershipChapter 10: Community LeadershipChapter 11: Leaders as Problem SolversChapter 12: Knowledge and Capabilities of Public LeadersChapter 13: Measuring the Value of Leadership Skills to Deliver Improved PerformancePART III: PUBLIC LEADERSHIP IN ACTION?Chapter 14: Adaptive Leadership in DrumcreeChapter 15: Leadership of Change Narratives: An Alternative VoiceChapter 16: S17 of the Crime and Disorder Act: A Missed Opportunity for Public Leadership?Chapter 17: Partnerships: Rhetoric or Reality?PART IV: OUTLINING A PUBLIC LEADERSHIP APPROACHChapter 18: Lessons from the Private SectorChapter 19: The Role of the Third Sector in Public LeadershipChapter 20: Can Public Leadership be EvaluatedChapter 21: A Collective Public Leadership Approach for the Future.

"This book is drawn from the results of five seminars this unique book draws on the four areas of public sector reform, essential features for public leaders, public leadership in action and the outline of a public leadership approach for the future. It seeks to give public leadership a firm foothold within the study of leadership in general"--Provided by publisher.