Making Sense of Leadership: Exploring the Five Key Roles Used by Effective Leaders
Esther Cameron and Mike Green
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Practical, accessible and solution-focused, Making Sense of Leadership helps entrepreneurs, managers and leaders develop their leadership roles and skills. The authors present five distinct styles of leadership that promote positive change and innovation. They encourage readers to play with these roles, recognizing and taking on those elements which most appropriately suit their situation.
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About the Authors
Esther Cameron helps organizations and executives manage and lead change. She works in both the private and public sectors and uses a variety of coaching, mentoring and team interventions to support their organizational development. Esther has lectured on change management for the University of Bristol for the last ten years. She is the author of Facilitation Skills Made Easy, and co-author of Making Sense of Change Management, both published by Kogan Page.
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