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The Leadership Illusion: The Importance of Context and Connections
Tony Hall and Karen Janman

9780230516564
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Format: Hardcover, 256pp.
ISBN: 9780230516564
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Pub. Date: December 22, 2009

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This book is about what we have called the "leadership illusion"; the hardwired habit of writers, researchers and leaders themselves, when examining success or failure, to focus on predominantly the individual and often the context, but very rarely both.

The Leadership Illusion asserts that to make sense of leadership, we have to understand at the same time the context in which leaders operate because both are inextricably interlinked. To try to understand a leader without the context is only half the tale. This book is an attempt to tell the whole story.


 
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Tony Hall has a first class degree in Psychology from the University of Durham. He has worked extensively in the private sector. Hall's current role is Executive Development Consultant for Cranfield School of Management, where he is responsible for managing and delivering a range of programmes and consultancy. His interests lie in the area of innovative approaches to leadership development, particularly in relation to cross disciplinary thinking on complexity, organisational networks, and their application to new forms of leadership.

Karen Janman gained a first class degree in Psychology from the University of Exeter, and then completed a doctorate in Occupational Psychology at Oxford University. After many years working as a consultant and manager Janman has now established a leading consultancy practice that specialises in new and flexible ways of working.



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The Leadership Illusion
Our Networked World
Six Degrees of Seperation and Other Network Phenomena
Networks, Social Capital and Great Organisations
The Psychology of Network Leaders
The Light Bulb Illusion
Network Leaders in the Real World
Implications and Applications for Organisations



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