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Boundary Spanning Leadership: Six Practices for Solving Problems, Driving Innovation, and Transforming Organizations
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Author Profiles Chris Ernst is currently Director--APAC Research & Innovation for the Center for Creative Leadership, the leading global nonprofit institution dedicated exclusively to leadership. Chris has led the start-up of CCL's Research and Innovation group in Asia, which creates cutting-edge innovations in the practice and development of leadership within the Asia-Pacific context. Since joining CCL in 1997, Chris's work has centered on advancing leadership across boundaries in a diverse and interconnected world. As a researcher, he is an author of over twenty articles, a frequent presenter and commentator on global issues, and is coauthor of the book Success for the New Global Manager: How to Work Across Distances, Countries, and Cultures (Jossey-Bass). Donna Chrobot-Mason is an associate professor with the Center for Organizational Leadership at the University of Cincinnati. She is the Graduate Director for the Masters in Labor and Employment Relations program at UC and oversees the educational development of graduate students each quarter. She has coauthored five book chapters on the topic of managing diversity, presented at nearly fifty conferences, and published eleven peer-reviewed articles in journals such as the International Journal of Human Resource Management, the Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Group and Organization Management, and the International Journal of Conflict Management. Donna also serves on the editorial review board for Personnel Psychology and the Journal of Management.
part 1: the forces that pull us apart and bring us together
chapter 1. The Shifting Leadership Landscape
chapter 2. Us and Them: Why Identity Matters
chapter 3. Intergroup Boundaries: The Great Divide
part 2: managing boundaries
chapter 4. Buffering: Creating Safety
chapter 5. Reflecting: Fostering Respect
part 3: forging common ground
chapter 6. Connecting: Building Trust
chapter 7. Mobilizing: Developing Community
part 4: discovering new frontiers
chapter 8. Weaving: Advancing Interdependence
chapter 9. Transforming: Enabling Reinvention
part 5: the nexus effect
chapter 10. The Nexus Effect and You