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Developing Flexible and Adaptable Leaders for an Age of Uncertainty

Vol. 62, No. 2, June 2010
Item #: 5516202
ISBN: 978-1-4338-0919-4
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About the special issue

What can consulting psychologists do to help managers become more flexible and adaptable leaders? This question is the point of this special issue. Each of the five articles explores a separate, but related, perspective on developing flexible and adaptable leaders for an age of uncertainty.

Articles in this issue

Introduction to the Special Issue on Developing Flexible and Adaptable Leaders for an Age of Uncertainty
Pages 77–80
Kaiser, Robert B.

Why Flexible and Adaptive Leadership Is Essential
Pages 81–93
Yukl, Gary; Mahsud, Rubina

Acceptance of Uncertainty as an Indicator of Effective Leadership
Pages 94–104
White, Randall P.; Shullman, Sandra L.

Assessing Flexible Leadership as a Mastery of Opposites
Pages 105–118
Kaiser, Robert B.; Overfield, Darren V.

Learning Agility: A Construct Whose Time Has Come
Pages 119–130
De Meuse, Kenneth P.; Dai, Guangrong; Hallenbeck, George S.

Strategic Information Provision and Experiential Variety as Tools for Developing Adaptive Leadership Skills
Pages 131–142
Nelson, Johnathan K.; Zaccaro, Stephen J.; Herman, Jeffrey L.

Flexible Leadership: An Integrative Perspective
Pages 143–150
Norton, Larry W.

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