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Leadership for the Future: Lessons from the Past, Current Approaches, and Future Insights

This volume explores various approaches to leadership from both the past and the present, critically analysing these in the light of possible future challenges and scenarios. In addition, by drawing from the field of future studies, it introduces the reader to concepts of leadership that are ‘future-ready’.

Dr Thomas Mengel is Professor of Leadership Studies at the University of New Brunswick, Canada, and holds degrees in theology, adult education, history, and computer science. He has worked and consulted in project management and leadership in both Europe and North America, and is also a professional futurist and writer.

“Whether you are a leadership or a foresight practitioner, or a scholar in either or both fields, I am confident this landmark volume will introduce you to a parallel world you never knew existed through the ultimate family reunion of leadership and futures studies!”
Jay Gary, PhD
Associate Professor of Leadership, Oral Roberts University, USA; Board member, Association of Professional Futurists (APF)

James Burke

Candice Chow

Christian Couturier

Charlene D'Amore

Timothy Dolan

Elissa Farrow

Elizabeth Fisher Turesky

Jay Gary

Antonio Jimenez-Luque

Jan Klakurka

Thomas Meylan

Tyler Mongan

Carol Nemeroff

Shelbee Nguyen Voges

Rauli Nykanen

Kevin Reddy

Roger Spitz

Mattia Vettorello

Steven Walker

Verne Wheelwright

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ISBN: 1-5275-7059-2

ISBN13: 978-1-5275-7059-7

Release Date: 12th July 2021

Pages: 390

Price: £64.99