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Gianantonio Jonathan Michelon

Leadership’s Concepts and Models

ETI 201 Leadership’s Concepts and Models

Ore di lezione frontale: 21


LM-SEP  Percorso Teoria Politica ed Etica





The course, with a highly dynamic and participatory methodology, addresses the role and mission of contemporary Leadership for the organic development of the person and society by exploring specifically the leadership models adopted in today’s multicultural reality. Particular emphasis will be placed on participatory, female and service leadership models as a response to the challenges posed by globalization. The evolution of the academic path will culminate with the creation of an individual or group Leadership Plan.

The training course is structured in 3 moments: 1. Fundamental themes; 2. Types and Leadership Models; 3. Leadership and Change.

Bibliografia di riferimento:

AFSANEH NAHAVANDI, The art and science of Leadership, Arizona State University West, 2000.

ROBERT GREENLEAF, Servant Leadership: A journey into the notion of legitimate power, Paulist Press, 2002.

OTTO SCHARMER & KATRINE KAUFER, Leadership in un future che emerge, da ego Sistema ad eco-sistema: nuove economie e nuove società, Franco Angeli, 2013.

GUIDO GRANCHI & MIRCO GASPAROTTO, Nuovi modelli di leadership, De Vecchi Editore, 2010.