Research Handbook on Public Leadership

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Research Handbook on Public Leadership

Re-imagining Public Leadership in a Post-pandemic Paradigm

9781786439666 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Stephen Brookes, Honorary Associate Professor (Reader), Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK
Publication Date: June 2023 ISBN: 978 1 78643 966 6 Extent: c 384 pp
Addressing the unprecedented challenges facing public leaders brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, this comprehensive Research Handbook reframes the public leadership debate by offering new ways of thinking about leadership practices. Bringing together contributions from leading scholars across the world, this insightful Research Handbook illustrates how the decisions made by global leaders today will have widespread consequences for future generations.

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Addressing the unprecedented challenges facing public leaders brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, this comprehensive Research Handbook reframes the public leadership debate by offering new ways of thinking about leadership practices.

Bringing together contributions from leading scholars across the world, this insightful Research Handbook illustrates how the decisions made by global leaders today will have widespread consequences for future generations. Chapters evaluate innovative leadership models including cooperative leadership and spiritual leadership, analyse international perspectives on leadership in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and discuss the role of public leadership in practice. Exploring important contemporary case studies including the issues of county lines in the UK and public leadership in the Small Island States of the Anglophone Caribbean (SIDS), it concludes by advocating for a new post-pandemic paradigm of public leadership.

Focusing on learning from the practices and experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Research Handbook will be essential reading for students and scholars in business management, economics, public leadership, and public policy and politics. It will also be beneficial for civil servants, politicians, and leadership practitioners in healthcare, education, and non-public sectors.
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Contributors include: Gareth Addidle, Omar Bawhab, Gary Beauchamp, Lawrence Benson, Stephen Brookes, Linda Clarke, Nick Clifford, Ayham Fattoum, Dennys Paola Fernandez, Nicolás García, Rune Glomseth, Damian E. Greaves Lorna Hamilton, Janet Harvey, David Horsler, Moira Hulme, Umer Khan, Joyce Liddle, Chris Lim, Jillian McCarthy, Neil McLennon, Sebastian L. Schorch, Simon Turner, Sami Yousif
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