A radical, yet eminently practical, approach to leadership that turns it on its head-placing the followers in charge.
Acknowledgements The Selection of Leaders Matters What We Know about Effective Leaders Identifying Necessary Leader Attributes Recruiting Leaders Leadership Selection Tools Developing and Conducting a Structured Interview Structured Interview Questions Putting the Pieces Together Developing Leaders to Fit the Organization Retaining Effective Leaders Selecting Government Leaders Improving Organizations through Improved Leadership Notes Index
Peg Thoms is an Associate Professor of Management and Director of the MBA Program in the Black School of Business at Penn State-Erie. Recipient of the Walter F. Ulmer, Jr., Applied Research Award from the Center for Creative Leadership, she has numerous articles in journals such as the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Development Quarterly. Coauthor of Project Leadership from Theory to Practice and author of Driven by Time (Praeger, 2003), she has done extensive consulting, leadership development, and training with many organizations in the public and private sectors.