Leadership Development: Paths to Self-Insight and Professional Growth

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AUTHOR INDEX

A
Abueva, J. E., 200, 201, 269
Adams, S. M., 126, 272
Adler, M., 229, 230, 271
Adsit, D. J., 142, 143, 144, 145, 277
Aiello, J. R., 94, 130, 275
Ajzen, L., 65, 269
Albano, C., 10, 269
Albert, R. D., 203, 269
Allen, T. D., 280
Allport, G. W., 236, 269
Altemeyer, B., 238, 243, 269
Amabile, T. M., 263, 269
Anderson, L. R., 39, 269
Andrews, F., 9. 10, 249, 269
Anteri, E., 198, 169
Antonioni, D., 146, 269
Arenson, K. W., 211, 259
Arkin, R. M., 74, 269
Ashford, S., 47, 75, 126, 147, 220, 269, 281
Atwater, D., 142, 150, 151, 270
Atwater, L. E., 41, 42, 45, 46, 47, 48, 141, 142, 145, 150, 151, 269, 270, 278, 282
Avolio, B. J., 7, 8, 270

B
Backman, L., 278
Baliga, H. R., 270
Baltes, M. M., 89, 278
Baltes, P. B., 89, 264, 265, 270, 278
Bandura, A., 71, 72, 77, 128, 149, 250, 270
Barboza, D., 30, 270
Barron, E., 123, 228, 272
Bartz, D. E., 122, 173, 274
Bass, B. M., 7, 8, 270
Bassett, G. A., 146, 270
Baumeister, R. E., 59, 63, 87, 270, 273
Beach, L. R., 36, 279, 278
Beatty, K. M., 6, 274
Becker, B. E., 197, 274
Beckman, L. 278
Beckmann, J., 273
Beizer, B., 186, 270
Bern, D. J., 87, 270
Benbow, C. E., 237, 277
Benedict, M. E., 122, 270
Berenson, A., 9, 270
Bergals, S., 279
Berke, R. L., 86, 270
Berkowitz, L., 270
Bernardin, J. H., 141, 271
Berrell, M., 204, 205, 271
Bhagat, R. S., 224, 225, 26, 271, 272
Bitterman, J., 277
Block, J., 65, 273
Bostrom, R. P., 187, 272
Brewer, G., 277
Brockner, J., 146, 271
Brunstein, J. C., 88, 271
Bruskiewicz, K. T., 53, 273
Brutus, S., 150, 151, 271
Buff, W. L., 189, 278
Burton, L. R., 178, 275
Butler, T., 165, 177, 181, 282
Byham, W. C., 196, 228, 271, 281

C
Cameron, K. S., 175, 176, 179, 282
Campbell, G. E., 189, 278
Cartier, P., 142, 150, 151, 270
Casio, W., 275
Charan, R., 165, 281
Cherniss, C., 227, 228, 229, 271
Cheung, G., 43, 44, 46, 271
Child, J., 250, 271
Conner, J., 199, 271
Church, A. H., 276
Cooper, C. L., 202, 261, 274, 279, 280

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