About the editors vii About the contributors ix Foreword xv Series preface xvii Railway Children xix 1 The Role of Psychology in Leadership, Change, and Organization Development 1 H. Skipton Leonard, Rachel Lewis, Arthur M. Freedman, and Jonathan Passmore Part I Leadership 13 2 A critical review of leadership theory 15 Beverly Alimo-Metcalfe 3 Evidence-based management and leadership 49 Rob B. Briner and Neil D. Walshe 4 Psychodynamic issues in organizational leadership 65 Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries, Elizabeth Florent-Treacy, and Konstantin Korotov 5 Do I trust you to lead the way? Exploring trust and mistrust in leader?follower relations 89 Michelle C. Bligh and Jeffrey C. Kohles 6 Leader?culture fit: aligning leadership and corporate culture 113 Gary N. Burns, Lindsey M. Kotrba, and Daniel R. Denison 7 When leaders are bullies: concepts, antecedents, and consequences 129 Stale Einarsen, Anders Skogstad, and Lars Glaso 8 Leadership and employee well-being 155 Emma Donaldson-Feilder, Fehmidah Munir, and Rachel Lewis 9 Transformational leadership and psychological well-being: effects on followers and leaders 175 Kara A. Arnold and Catherine E. Connelly 10 Making the mindful leader: cultivating skills for facing adaptive challenges 195 Jeremy Hunter and Michael Chaskalson 11 The future of leadership 221 David V. Day and John Antonakis Part II Change 237 12 The History and Current Status of Organizational and Systems Change 239 H. Skipton Leonard 13 Positive psychology and appreciative inquiry: the contribution of the literature to an understanding of the nature and process of change in organizations 267 Stefan P. Cantore and David L. Cooperrider 14 P articipation and organizational commitment during change: from utopist to realist perspectives 289 Rune Lines and Marcus Selart 15 Developmental Approaches for Enhancing Organizational Creativity and Innovation 313 Jane Henry 16 Individual readiness for organizational change 331 Myungweon Choi and Wendy E.A. Ruona 17 Towards an integration of stage theories of planned organizational change 347 Janice M. Prochaska, James O. Prochaska, and Dustin Bailey 18 Culture and change in developing Western countries 357 Anthony Montgomery Part III Organizational Development 379 19 A Critical Review of Organization Development 381 Bernard Burnes 20 The application of systems theory to organizational diagnosis 405 Arthur M. Freedman 21 Organizational-development research interventions: perspectives from action research and collaborative management research 443 David Coghlan and A.B. (Rami) Shani Index 461
H. Skipton Leonard is a Faculty Member in the CareyBusiness School at Johns Hopkins University, USA, and lectures inorganizational assessment and communications at George WashingtonUniversity, USA. The author of numerous books, chapters andarticles, he is executive director of the non-profit WorldInstitute for Action Learning, devoted to leadership andorganizational development worldwide. Arthur M. Freedman is Adjunct Professor in the MBA/ODprogram at the Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University,USA. A licensed consulting organizational psychologist, he isco-founder of the World Institute of Action Learning and has beenconsulted by organizations globally. His books and articles includethe co-authored Action Learning for Developing Leaders andOrganizations (2009). Rachel Lewis is Senior Lecturer in Business andOccupational Psychology at Kingston University, UK, where she isalso director of the Affinity Health at Work consultancy. She isthe co-author of Preventing Stress in Organizations: How to DevelopPositive Managers (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011), as well as numerouspeer-reviewed articles. She specializes in leadership, management,and employee well-being. Jonathan Passmore is one of the UK s foremostleadership coaches with a wealth of private sector and academicexperience. His prolific research, writing, consultancy, andworldwide speaking engagements have made him a recognized authorityon coaching and organizational change. His many books and articlesinclude the best-selling text Excellence in Coaching(2006).
?This Handbook does what many haven?t; it brings together leading scholars in the fields of leadership, change and OD, with a psychological orientation. The chapters are topical, mind-stretching and highly appropriate for our difficult economic times. A must read for people wanting to know about the psychology of leadership and change.??Professor Cary L Cooper, CBE, Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University Management School, England ?Highly comprehensive and accessible, this text will no doubt appeal to experienced researchers and students alike. The authors should be congratulated for producing an engaging and thought-provoking volume that successfully combines recent thinking with a thorough review of core topics in leadership, change and organisational development. Definitely a text to be recommended.??Professor Jo Silvester, Cass Business School, City University, London