First-Level Leadership

Vivette Payne | American Management Association | 2005

The author discusses the theory and practice of leadrship on the lowest level of he organization: leading the front-line workers who perform hands-on tasks. The book is a study aid for an AMA (American Management Association) course, but seemed detailed enough that it could be read as a stand-alone resource.

  1. Making the Transition to First-Level Leader
  2. Leading Today's Workers
  3. Leading with Impact and Influence
  4. Leading Workplace Teams
  5. Leading for Competitive Advantage
  6. The Leader's Role in Managing Change