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by David W. Leslie,Jon F. Wergin
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  • Author:
    David W. Leslie,Jon F. Wergin
  • ISBN:
    1933371188
  • ISBN13:
    978-1933371184
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  • Publisher:
    Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (December 15, 2006)
  • Pages:
    272 pages
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    Schools & Teaching
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Leadership in Place book.

Leadership in Place book.

Leadership in Place calls for a shift in attitude about leaders and leadership. Why We Need Leadership in Place (Jon F. Wergin). Legacies of Leadership in Place (Susanne Morgan).

I agree with David W. Leslie, chancellor professor of education, that there has been . Leadership in place: How academic professionals can find their leadership voice. Leslie, chancellor professor of education, that there has been a lot of thinking, theorizing, and writing about leadership. Yet I am convinced that we should continue to explore what constitutes effective lead-ership. In doing so it may be that we can bring greater clarity to what it takes to lead effectively. These characteristics are based on my leading in place for more than 30 years in the academic community. Let me encourage you to take action, to claim your authority to lead when the time comes, in the right place.

Jon F. Wergin’s Leadership in Place collects nine stories that illustrate leaders in today’s academy

Jon F. Wergin’s Leadership in Place collects nine stories that illustrate leaders in today’s academy. Jon F. Wergin is professor of educational studies in the P. Program in Leadership and Change at Antioch University. in educational psychology in 1973 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Leadership in Place calls for a shift in attitude about leaders and . His other books and monographs include Educating Professionals (1993, with L. Curry), which won the best Scholarly Publication award from Division. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. It calls for a rethinking of how our colleges and universities are led and organized. -Publisher's description.

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David W. Leslie, Chancellor professor of education at the College of William and Mary, notes that colleges and universities have presented . Leslie, Chancellor professor of education at the College of William and Mary, notes that colleges and universities have presented leadership conundrum. rom the most varied perspective. et this vast trove of purported wisdom remains somehow unsatisfying and desperately random (Wergin, 2007, p. xv). That is to say, despite all that has been written about leadership, the question still remains: What does it take to be an effective leader? .

Leadership (published October 1, 2002, ISBN 0-7868-6841-4) is a book written by Rudolph W. Giuliani (co-authored with Ken Kurson) about his time as Mayor of New York City and how he reduced crime. Giuliani (co-authored with Ken Kurson) about his time as Mayor of New York City and how he reduced crime, and revitalized the economy of the city. Most of the book was written before the September 11, 2001 attacks, though Giuliani did include a section about his experiences that day and how he dealt with the emergency and the cleanup afterwards.

In this stimulating collection of stories, ten academic leadersreflect from personal experience on leadership in place—anemergent mode of leadership that brings people together in order toeffect organizational change. Originating from diverse sectors ofthe academy, each of the book's contributors brings a fresh anddeeply human perspective on academic leadership theories and theireffective applications.

Leadership in Place calls for a shift in attitude aboutleaders and leadership. It departs from the hierarchical view thatacademic leadership flows from a leadership position, and insteadembraces a more lateral view where leadership roles are availableto everyone. It calls for a rethinking of how our colleges anduniversities are led and organized by discussing the following:

Importance of strong academic communities in preserving theintegrity of academic programsEmpowerment of part-time faculty by combining adaptive andtransformative learning modelsOpportunities for, benefits of, and challenges in collaborativeleadershipProblems that can emerge in times of leadership transitions andpossible solutionsConcept of leadership as an attribute of the many rather thanthe few

Advocating for academics to reengage and recommit to theirinstitutions, the book creates an agenda for what higher educationmust do to create conditions under which leadership in place is thenorm rather than the exception.