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Environmental Leadership Equals Essential Leadership: Redefining Who Leads and How
The important new approach to leadership that John Gordon and Joyce Berry explain in this book is built upon the experiences of environmental and natural resource organizations as they contend with complex, long-term problems. But the lessons learned apply beyond these groups--to all modern organizations, for-profit and non-profit, that are dealing with the complicated con ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published March 20th 2006 by Yale University Press
(first published February 1st 2006)
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A breif book, probably should have been a journal article. The authors interveiwed a bunch muckety-muck policy wonks and professors about leadership and getting environmental legislation passed. Not as interesting as the preceeding work of nearly the same title. No representation from the like of the Seirra Club or Green Peace or the Green party.
A pretty shallow overview of leadership ideas taken from surveys answered by a panel of 40 corporate, governmental, and academic higher-ups. How about some indegenous voices? More minorities? Non-profit leaders? Also, I would have liked to see deeper exploration of how these leaders arrived at their conclusions and how these leadership ideas have been applied.