Global Core Leadership Competencies: A Response to "Institutional Culture" and (In)-Competence in Higher Education

Normore, A, Brooks, J and Silva, S 2016, 'Global Core Leadership Competencies: A Response to "Institutional Culture" and (In)-Competence in Higher Education' in Anthony H. Normore and Jeffrey S. Brooks (ed.) The Dark Side of Leadership: Identifying and Overcoming Unethical Practice in Organizations, Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, United Kingdom, pp. 155-176.


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Title Global Core Leadership Competencies: A Response to "Institutional Culture" and (In)-Competence in Higher Education
Author(s) Normore, A
Brooks, J
Silva, S
Year 2016
Title of book The Dark Side of Leadership: Identifying and Overcoming Unethical Practice in Organizations
Publisher Emerald Group Publishing
Place of publication Bingley, United Kingdom
Editor(s) Anthony H. Normore and Jeffrey S. Brooks
Start page 155
End page 176
Subjects Educational Administration, Management and Leadership
Summary Problems of competence grow out of institutional culture and from the way these institutions shape the profession and its members. Toward that end, this chapter is organized around three general considerations. First, we discuss some general issues about leader quality. Second, the present shape of the leadership corps in higher education will be discussed. Finally, we introduce several 21st century leadership core competencies (Brooks & Normore, 2009) for consideration to hiring personnel so they do not repeatedly select and promote unqualified leaders who stifle creativity and encourage conformity.
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