Barbara Kellerman on "The End of Leadership"
A Review of Barbara Kellerman, The End of Leadership
Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item Before you purchase or attend any of what the multi-billion dollar leadership industry is selling, read this book! Anyone interested in a penetrating critique of the leadership industry should read this provocative new book from our foremost leadership contrarian. McFarland Professor of Law and Director of the Center on the Legal Profession, Stanford Law School "After pioneering work on followership and bad leadership, now Kellerman provocatively dissects what she calls the leadership industry. She offers suggestions on how to think far bigger and more expansively if we are to cope with leading in a global information age.
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The End of Leadership. View on Publisher Site. Barbara Kellerman. But there are other, parallel truths: that leaders of every stripe are in disrepute; that the tireless and often superficial teaching of leadership has brought us no closer to nirvana; and that followers nearly everywhere have become, on the one hand, disappointed and disillusioned,and, on the other, entitled and emboldened. The End of Leadership tells two tales. The first is about change—about how and why leadership and followership have changed over time, especially in the last forty years.