Strengthening Departmental Leadership: A Team-Building Guide for Chairs in Colleges and Universities
"A first-rate book, well worth reading. Ann Lucas has taken years of research and reflection and distilled them into an easily understood, useful volume designed to help department chairs develop their leadership skills." --William E. Cashin, director, Center for Faculty Evaluation and Development, Kansas State UniversityThis book is a practical guide to developing the survival skills that chairs need in order to function as leaders and build cohesive teams in departments.
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Strengthening Leadership at the Departmental Level
Roles and Responsibilities of Chairs
Leading the Academic Department
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