Leadership Theories and the Desired Competencies of the 21st Century Organization Leader
- Political Science
The purpose of this paper was to review existing literature on leadership theories and the desired competencies of the 21st Century Organization Leader, collect and summarize empirical evidence that… Expand
‘The best and the brightest’: widening participation and social justice in contemporary English social work education
ABSTRACT Social work education in England has a long track record of success in widening participation to disadvantaged student populations. However, more recently these successes have instead been… Expand
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ABSTRACT This article provides an overview of the status of leadership in social work, with an emphasis on unique functions and challenges leaders face in the field. Included in this review is a… Expand
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Medical leadership, a systematic narrative review: do hospitals and healthcare organisations perform better when led by doctors?
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A modest body of evidence supports the importance of including doctors on organisational governing boards after few empirical studies that directly compared the performance of medical and non-medical managers. Expand
Social Work Management and Leadership: Managing Complexity with Creativity
The Munro review of child protection: final report, a child-centred system
Recommendations to reform the child protection system, specifically from being over-bureaucratised and concerned with compliance to one that keeps a focus on children are set out. Expand