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Leadership Psychology: How the Best Leaders Inspire Their People

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Based on case studies and interviews with leaders from public and private organizations and from various industries, Leadership Psychology explores the relationships between leaders and followers from a psychological perspective.

Focusing on the psychological factors that create engaging and inspiring places to work, this book provides practical guidance for operational and
Paperback, 296 pages
Published September 28th 2014 by Kogan Page (first published January 1st 2014)
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Heath Henwood
Nov 21, 2014 Heath Henwood rated it it was amazing
Leadership Psychology
By Alan Cutler

How the best leaders inspire their people.

Cutler has written a research based book on leadership, examining critical elements of a leader, in a format that is easy to read, comprehend and implement. It answers the often asked question “Are leaders made or born?”

Book examines across nine chapters: leadership theories, challenges of a modern leader, motivation of a leader, being emotionally intelligent, leadership development, psychological factors, and strategic
Dec 23, 2014 Darren rated it it was amazing
Leadership and psychology go very well together. A lot has been written about what allegedly makes successful leaders tick, how they are motivated and how and why theay may be inspirational.

This book, despite looking very academic and severe, turns everything on its head and lets the leaders do the talking, showing how “inspirational leaders across a range of award-winning companies understand their employees' psychological needs and use that knowledge to affect behaviour and enhance performanc
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