Introduction Being Great Crafting the Future Surfacing Sentiments Finding Ways Through Engaging Driving for success Developing Leaders Total Leadership- Forever Refreshed Inner Globalization
ANDREW KAKABADSE is Professor of International Management Development, Cranfield School of Management, UK. Kakabadse was the H. Smith Richardson Fellow at CCL, North Carolina, USA and is Visiting Professor at the University of Ulster; Macquarie Graduate School of Management; Thunderbird and at Swinburne University. His research covers boards, top teams and the governance of governments. He has published 26 books, 169 articles and 16 monographs. Kakabadse is also co-editor of the Journal of Management Development and Corporate Governance: International Journal of Business in Society. NADA KAKABADSE is currently Professor in Management and Business research at the University of Northampton Business School, UK and the co-editor (with Andrew Kakabadse) of the Journal of Management and Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society. Kakabadse has published widely in areas of leadership, application of IS/IT corporations, corporate governance, government, boardroom effectiveness, diversity management and ethics, including 10 books, 49 chapters in international volumes, 3 monographs and over 100 scholarly and reviewed articles. She has acted as a consultant to numerous public and private sector organisations.LINDA LEE-DAVIES is a Senior Lecturer in Business and International Management. Lee-Davies lectures at The University of Northampton, UK and heads the commercial, part-time management suite through to and including MBA. With a keen interest in leadership and its links to strategic change, as well as a passion for promoting executive personal development planning, she particularly focuses on working with business clients to keep material relevant and useful to the workplace.
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