Leadership: Selected Resources for Criminal Justice Professionals
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May. 24, 2012
ANNOTATION: “Correctional leaders today, perhaps now more than ever, must focus on their own leader development, the development of their followers, and exhibit positive leadership behavior by making sound decisions and problem solving effectively. We believe that this annotated leadership bibliography will assist the field of corrections, particularly supervisors, managers, senior level leaders, and executives, in their journey to create learning organizations for the future” (p. 2). Entries are organized according to: leadership in general; authentic leadership development; emotional intelligence; emotional regulation; leader member exchange (LMX) theory; positive psychology; psychological capital; psychological safety; transformational leadership; leadership in corrections; and succession planning.