Leading Up: Transformational Leadership for Fundraisers
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BeschreibungLeading Up centers around a model created by the authors that exemplifies the concept of leading from the middle. The model is based on achieving a balance among organizational leadership requirements; positional leadership responsibilities, needs, assignments, demands; and the development and use of personal leadership traits.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface. Acknowledgments. About the Author. Introduction. PART ONE: BREAKING OLD MOLDS, ACCEPTING NEW CONCEPTS OF OF LEADERSHIP. Chapter 1. Defining Your Concept of Leadership. Chapter 2. Exploring Leadership: Definitions and Dimensions. Chapter 3. Leading in the Real and Rough World. Chapter 4. Claiming Your Power to Change. PART TWO: LEADERSHIP TRAITS AND CHARACTERISTICS AND THEIR APPLICABILITY TO FUNDRAISING. Chapter 5. "Them and Us". Chapter 6. A Model for a New Kind of Leader. Chapter 7. Servant Leadership for the Fundraiser. Chapter 8. Desirable and Required Leadership Competencies. PART THREE: TRANSFORMING YOURSELF: MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF LEADING UP. Chapter 9. Do You Have the Will to Lead? Chapter 10. Speeding Your Growth in Leadership-Meeting the Challenges. Chapter 11. Take Me to Your Leader! Leadership That Gets Results. Recommended Readings. Index.
PortraitLILYA WAGNER, EdD, CFRE, is Vice President for Philanthropy at Counterpart International, based in Washington, D.C. Previously, she served at the Center on Philanthropy and The Fund Raising School at Indiana University, where she was also director of the Women's Philanthropy Institute. She is a frequent workshop and seminar presenter and speaker. She speaks and writes extensively on many fundraising topics, and is the author of Careers in Fundraising (Wiley). She has frequently presented workshops on leadership skills for fundraisers, including at many conferences of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2005
Seitenanzahl: 178 Seiten