The End of Leadership outlines a response to the deep and dramatic changes currently taking place in leadership, power and authority, as observed in our societies. The volume is the result of a conference on the theme. The papers consolidated in this volume are divided into three main parts. In the first part, a theoretical discussion on the changing shape of authority is discussed. In the second, leadership models that challenge traditional leadership models are described. These include the influence of complexity and a network society on leadership. The final part of this volume focuses on leadership ethics and prudence. These papers discuss ethical challenges because of the “End of Leadership”, which are characterized by the need for deliberation and prudence. (205 blz. ISBN 9789042934580)
Barentsen, Jack, Steven van den Heuvel, and Peirong Lin (ed.). The End of Leadership? Leadership and Authority at Crossroads. Christian Perspectives on Leadership and Social Ethics 4. Leuven: Peeters Publications, 2017.