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Diagnosing Leadership in Global Organisations
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PART I - Diagnosing Leadership; Chapter 1 - Setting the scene; PART II - Analytical Tools and Frameworks; Chapter 2 - Leadership paradigms; Chapter 3 - Levels of leadership; Chapter 4 - Bergsteiner's levels & leadership paradigms matrix; Chapter 5 - Selected leadership theories and approaches; Chapter 6 - Follower theories; Chapter 7 - Power and politics; Chapter 8 - Substitutes for leadership and management; Chapter 9 - Sustainable leadership practices; Chapter 10 - Summary; Chapter 11 - Applying the tools and frameworks; PART III - Cases; Chapter 12 - Case: Westpac; Chapter 13 - Case: Systems Excellence; Chapter 14 - Case: Huawei Technologies; Chapter 15 - Case: Karcher; Chapter 16 - Case: Holcim Group; Chapter 17 - Case: Tainan Enterprises; Chapter 18 - Case: Kasikorn Bank; Chapter 19 - Case: Sa Paper Preservation House; Chapter 20 - Case: BT Group; Chapter 21 - Case: Wal-Mart Stores.

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Gayle Avery is Professor of Management at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) at Macquarie University in Sydney Australia. She is also the Director of the Institute for Sustainable Leadership. Gayle specialises in sustainable leadership, and her mission is to develop research-based frameworks that assist managers in implementing leadership practices in analytical, effective ways, thereby improving organisational performance and sustainability. Gayle has extensive international experience, including 12 years spent working in Germany and the US prior to joining MGSM. In Germany, she was President of the Institute for International Business Studies for five years, coordinating international business and technology programs awarded by leading universities from the US and the UK. Prior to this, she was Director of International Management with the German Finance Academy, when she 'Germanised' the leadership development programs for the Centre for Creative Leadership in North Carolina (cited as best practice in the 1995 Karpin report). Gayle has been a successful author for over 20 years, writing many journal and conference papers on leadership, managing in virtual environments, management development and, more recently, on sustainable leadership. Her books include: Psychology at Work, Understanding Leadership, Leadership for Sustainable Futures, and Honeybees and Locusts.

Harald Bergsteiner was Adjunct Professor at Macquarie Graduate School of Management at Macquarie University in Sydney Australia, and is a co-founder of the Institute for Sustainable Leadership. Harald has authored and co-authored numerous books, journal articles and conference papers He has co-authored other books with Gayle Avery, including Psychology at Work and Honeybees and Locusts.

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