Distributed leadership

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Distributed leadership

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Title: Distributed leadership
Author: Bolden, Richard
Publisher: University of Exeter
Date Issued: 2007
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/32292
Links: http://www.sobe.ex.ac.uk/documents/discussion_papers/management/2007/0702.pdf
Abstract: The concept of ‘distributed leadership’ has become popular in recent years as an alternative to models of leadership that concern themselves primarily with the attributes and behaviours of individual ‘leaders’ (e.g. trait, situational , style and transformational theories). This approach argues for a more systemic perspective, whereby leadership responsibility is dissociated from formal organisational roles, and the action and influence of people at all levels is recognised as integral to the overall direction and functioning of the organisation.
Type: Book chapter
Description: Published in Leadership: the key concepts / edited by Antonio Marturano and Jonathan Gosling. Routledge, 2008
Keywords: leadership
ISBN: 97804153836469780415383653
ISSN: 1472-2939

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