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eBook Public Sector Leadership: Transforming Public Managers into Credible Leaders ePub

by Gerald T. Gabris,Douglas Irkhe

  • ISBN: 1889119830
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Gerald T. Gabris,Douglas Irkhe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chatham House Pub (June 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1387 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1156 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Bureaucracies are generally over managed and under lead, creating bored and unmotivated employees (Gabris, 2004;Maccoby, 2000;Wuestewald & Steinheider, 2006).

Bureaucracies are generally over managed and under lead, creating bored and unmotivated employees (Gabris, 2004;Maccoby, 2000;Wuestewald & Steinheider, 2006). According to Kappeler (1995), two other goals of most bureaucracies, the police as well, are the maintenance of organizational autonomy and the security of their members (Slahor, 1999).

cies, public sector human resource managers are now called on to. .Negotiations to restructure and transform local government in South Africa commenced in 1993.

cies, public sector human resource managers are now called on to develop innova-. tive leadership development programs. Developing leaders for the 21st century. media attention, creates an environment for public sector leaders that is. constrained in many complex ways. Key roleplayers and stakeholders in local government were instrumental in adopting a negotiated local government model comprising three distinct phases during the constitutional development process.

Transforming Public Leadership for the 21st Century is an extremely welcome addition to the literature on.Gordon Chase was an exceptionally effective public manager who inspired many through both his example and his teaching at the Kennedy School of Government.

Transforming Public Leadership for the 21st Century is an extremely welcome addition to the literature on public administration thanks to its relevance to the real work done by public managers-which, first and foremost, involves getting the government’s work done through people. Includes terrific chapters on being a change agent, dealing with complexity, effectively managing presidential transitions, leading large IT projects, leading through networks and many others topics.

Public Sector Leadership at London Business Training & Consulting in United . Managerial leaders who wish to be successful in the public services.

Public Sector Leadership at London Business Training & Consulting in United Kingdom. Those who work in the public services and wish to achieve credible and dynamic leadership. Those taking on the responsibility of leadership in the public services. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: Various theoretical perspectives on leadership.

Foreword, The Honorable David M. Walker; Preface and Acknowledgments, Terry F. Buss; 1. Introduction: The Transformation of Public Leadership, Ricardo S. Morse and Terry F. Buss; Part I. Politics, Administration, and Public Leadership; 2. Transformational Leadership, Newt Gingrich; 3. Public Leadership as Gardening, H. George Frederickson and David .

Public Sector Leadership. Transforming Public Managers into Credible Leaders. by Gerald T. Gabris, Douglas Irkhe

Public Sector Leadership. Gabris, Douglas Irkhe. Published June 2004 by Chatham House Publishers.

The findings, while derived from the public sector, also provide helpful insights into leadership and policy board .

The findings, while derived from the public sector, also provide helpful insights into leadership and policy board behaviors applicable to business organizations. Local governments (cities, counties, special districts) serve as the experimental guinea pigs for a panoply of managerial innovations designed to make them more effective. Specifically, the more administrators are perceived as credible leaders (Kouzes and Posner, 1988, 1995; Gabris and Ihrke,1996) and the more board members are able to manage conflict effectively (Svara, 1990), the more likely managerial innovations will be perceived as successful by key local government actors.

Public Sector Leadership Transforming Public Managers into Credible Leaders by Douglas Irkhe, Gerald T. Gabris Paperback, 256 Pages, Published 2004 by Chatham House Publishers ISBN-13: 978-1-889119-83-0, ISBN: 1-889119-83-0. Need Help? Contact Us.

Sharpe, 2007) and Innovations in Public Leadership Development (. Morse holds a BA and MA in public policy from Brigham Young University and a P. in public c affairs from Virginia Tech. Which existing theories of leadership are appropriate for a new public management context or whether new models or paradigms may be required to move forward. Suitability - Who should attend? Those who work in the public services and wish to achieve credible and dynamic leadership. Outcome, Qualification etc.

Based on extensive personal experience working with the public sector Gerald Gabris and Douglas Irkhe argue, in their new book, that the conventional approach to public managerial leadership is outmoded for today's business environment. Now more than ever, public organizations need to act nimbly in the face of change, requiring leaders to be creative, visionary and willing to take risks. To improve the effectiveness of public organizations, the authors propose a new approach to leadership based on the concept of leader credibility. Case studies illustrate the practical application of the authors' theory and research and serve as useful training tools. This book goes a long way to filling the current shortage of relevant material on leadership in the public sector and will be welcomed by public managers, trainers and consultants alike.