The past 15 years of leadership research have taught us a valuable lesson: There is more than one way to be a successful leader. The Charismatic, Ideological, and Pragmatic (CIP) approach to leadership showcases three unique yet equally viable pathways to leading and influencing others. This book reviews the history of the CIP model of leadership and summarizes the empirical findings supporting the framework. Emerging areas of leadership research on the CIP model are explored, including: followership, shared leadership, measurement, and gender.
Contributions from a range of international academics provide readers with insight into the foundation of the CIP theory of leadership and into where the future of leadership perspectives are headed. It includes a chapter for practitioners seeking to understand the framework through an applied lens and offers evidence for a new scale designed to quantify a leader’s CIP profile. Finally, a revised theoretical framework, incorporating key findings to expand the model to meet the diverse needs of future researchers and leaders is offered.
This thought-provoking volume will be essential reading for all scholars, researchers and students interested in the charismatic, ideological, and pragmatic approach to leadership, as well as professionals considering the introduction of a new leadership model.
Table of Contents
- The Charismatic, Ideological, and Pragmatic Leadership Model: Origins, Findings, Directions, and Limitations
- Foundations of the CIP Theory: An Overview
- Multiple Pathways to Studying Outstanding Leadership: It’s Time to Expand the Methodological Toolbox
- Advancing the CIP Model of Leadership: A Scale Development Effort
- Charismatic-Ideological-Pragmatic Model with Shared and Collective Leadership: A Multi-Level Integration
- Malevolent Charismatic, Ideological, and Pragmatic Leaders
- Beyond Outstanding to Everyday: An Applied Perspective on CIP Leadership
- Gender (under)representation in the CIP Model: Reconsidering outstanding leadership through a gender lens.
- What about the Followers? A Preliminary Exploration into the Role of Followers in the Charismatic-Ideological-Pragmatic Model of Leadership
- Revisiting and Extending the CIP Theory of Leadership: A Modern Perspective
- Conclusions: What we Love Now and Where the CIP Theory Can Still Take Us
Michael D. Mumford, Colleen Standish, and Yash Gujar
Julian B. Allen, Jeffrey B. Lovelace, Samuel T. Hunter and Brett T. Neely
Logan L. Watts, Ethan G. Rothstein, & Kajal R. Patel
Jeffrey B. Lovelace, Samuel T. Hunter and Brett H. Neely
Francis J. Yammarino, Kristin Lee Sotak and Andra Serban
Gina Scott Ligon, Michael K. Logan and Douglas C. Derrick
Johanna J. Lascano, Paul R. Boatman, Jill M. Strange and Kayla N. Walters
Jennifer A. Griffith and Kelsey E. Medeiros
Christian N. Thoroughgood, Katina B. Sawyer, Zachary C. Baldock
Sam Hunter & Jeff Lovelace
Samuel T. Hunter and Jeffrey B. Lovelace
Samuel T. Hunter is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the Pennsylvania State University, where he directs the Leadership and Innovation lab and serves as area coordinator of the Industrial and Organizational Psychology program.
Jeffrey B. Lovelace is an Assistant Professor of Commerce at the McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia, where he currently serves as the Director of the McIntire Leadership Minor.
Featured Author Profiles
"This book provides a current and fresh look at the CIP approach to leadership. Since its inception 15 years ago, the CIP approach has focused on the different pathways to leadership. This book provides a review of the original CIP leadership approach and presents chapters that advance and extend the original theory. This book is a must read for any leadership researcher." - Roni Reiter-Palmon, Varner Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology and the Director of the Psychology Graduate Program, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA