Change management--or change leadership?

  title={Change management--or change leadership?},
  author={R. Gill},
  journal={Journal of Change Management},
  pages={307 - 318}
  • R. Gill
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Change Management
  • This paper argues that, while change must be well managed, it also requires effective leadership to be successfully introduced and sustained. An integrative model of leadership for change is proposed, reflecting its cognitive, spiritual, emotional and behavioural dimensions and requirements. The model comprises vision, values, strategy, empowerment, and motivation and inspiration. The paper concludes with a brief account of the application of the model in varied strategic change situations. 
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