The Leadership: Research and Practice Series includes both edited and authored volumes showcasing the latest leadership and behavioral research, as well as practical books based on the latest leadership theory with applications to Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Management, Organizational Behavior, Law, Political Science, and Military Psychology.
Ron Riggio is the Series Editor and Georgia Sorenson was a Founding Editor of the series.
Please send all book proposals to Ron Riggio ([email protected])
Leadership Across Boundaries A Passage to Aporia
Leadership and the Ethics of Influence
Snapshots of Great Leadership
By Karen E. Mishra, Aneil K. Mishra
September 28, 2022
Intentional Leadership: Becoming a Trustworthy Leader clearly explains the ways leaders can build trust in three stages of their career: as an individual contributor, as a team member, and as a leader of an organization. Through profiling a trustworthy leader, Bob Lintz, and his career at General ...
By Michael Harvey
April 12, 2022
Donald Trump in Historical Perspective: Dead Precedents is a collection of chapters that utilizes the thinking of historians, philosophers, and political scientists to explore historical parallels to the presidency of Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America. This ...
By Al Bolea, Leanne Atwater
December 21, 2021
Deepening The Leadership Journey is a compendium of topical (and in some cases imponderable) situations for which leadership is either applicable or in need. This new book uses the nine elements in application to five challenges facing the current generation of leaders: making good decisions in an...
By Yulia Tolstikov-Mast, Franziska Bieri, Jennie L. Walker
November 30, 2021
An invaluable contribution to the area of leadership studies, the Handbook of International and Cross-Cultural Leadership Research Processes: Perspectives, Practice, Instruction brings together renowned authors with diverse cultural, academic, and practitioner backgrounds to provide a comprehensive...
By Mark Manolopoulos
March 16, 2021
In A Theory of Environmental Leadership, Mark Manolopoulos draws on his original model of leading outlined in his cutting-edge book Following Reason to derive and develop the first properly systematic model of eco-leadership. Suppose humanity’s relation with the Earth may be described in terms of ...
By Nathan Harter
November 30, 2020
Leadership Across Boundaries: A Passage to Aporia theorizes on leadership in an unprecedented manner by stepping outside of conventional leadership theory and importing into leadership studies the implications of certain innovations in the social sciences, such as pluralism, complexity theory, and ...
By Al Bolea, Leanne Atwater
September 23, 2020
By blending the real-world insights of business executive Al Bolea with tested research findings provided by leadership scholar Leanne Atwater, Becoming a Leader: Nine Elements of Leadership Mastery effectively bridges theory and practice to outline powerful leadership behaviors and teach readers ...
By Bernardo M. Ferdman, Jeanine Prime, Ronald E. Riggio
September 22, 2020
In a time of increasing divisiveness in politics and society there is a desperate need for leaders to bring people together and leverage the power of diversity and inclusion. Inclusive Leadership: Transforming Diverse Lives, Workplaces, and Societies provides leaders with guidance and hands-on ...
By Gill Robinson Hickman, Laura E. Knouse
March 31, 2020
Winner of a 2020 Nautilus Silver Award! This book examines a relatively unexplored area of leadership research – personal aspects of leadership – by considering the impact of leaders navigating their own personal crises on their relationships with teams, peers, and supervisors. Through ...
By Terry L. Price
March 12, 2020
How do leaders influence others? Although they sometimes appeal directly to good reasons, which we associate with rational persuasion, leaders also use guilt, pressure, flattery, bullying, and rewards and punishment—all to get the behaviors that they want. Even when leaders refrain from outright ...
By Mark Manolopoulos
March 13, 2019
Throughout history, humanity has regularly followed anti-rational figures and forces: demagogic rulers, perverted deities, exploitative economic systems, and so on. Such leadership and followership have wrought all kinds of oppression and conflict. What if this pattern could be altered? What if ...
By Jon P. Howell, Isaac Wanasika
October 04, 2018
Snapshots of Great Leadership describes leaders who have either accomplished amazing feats or brought destruction. Although the goals of these individuals were often quite different, the leadership processes they used were frequently similar. The opening chapter explains the latest theories of ...