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Creating Organizational Value through Dialogical Leadership : Boiling Rice in Still Water

Label
Creating Organizational Value through Dialogical Leadership : Boiling Rice in Still Water
Title
Creating Organizational Value through Dialogical Leadership : Boiling Rice in Still Water
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Subject
Language
eng
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Loon, Rens van
Dewey number
158.7
Index
no index present
LC call number
BF1-990
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Psychology
  • Personnel management
  • School management and organization
  • Personality
  • Social psychology
Label
Creating Organizational Value through Dialogical Leadership : Boiling Rice in Still Water
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword I; Foreword II; Reference; Preface; Acknowledgements; References; Contents; Rens van Loon; List of Figures; 1 Introduction; References; The Theory; Part1; 2 Dialogical Self Theory; Abstract; 2.1 Self as a 'Society of Mind'; 2.1.1 Weaving Self and Dialogue Together; 2.1.2 Dynamic Positioning of the Self; 2.2 Relationally Constructing Self in Language; 2.2.1 'Centering My High Note'; 2.2.2 Self as a Dynamic and Relational Verb; 2.2.3 Deriving Meaning from the Context; 2.2.4 Independency as Relationally Embedded; 2.2.5 "To Be Is to Be Relational"
  • 2.3 Key Concepts in Dialogical Self Theory2.3.1 An Act of Self-Reflection (Meta-Position); 2.3.2 Being (De-)Stabilized (Centering and De-Centering); 2.4 Information and Space in Positioning Self; 2.4.1 Energy and Information; 2.4.2 Free Energy; 2.4.3 Energy Space; 2.4.3.1 Arrow and Field Energy; 2.4.3.2 Nature, Knowledge, and Experience; 2.4.4 Creating Space in Dialogical Relations; 2.4.5 Space as 'Space Between'; 2.5 Transposing Patterns of Behavior; 2.5.1 An Empty Self?; 2.6 Reflections on My Personal Narrative 1; 2.6.1 Fragments of My Self-Narrative in 1987
  • 2.6.2 Becoming Aware of I-Positions2.6.3 Looking Back to My Earlier Self; 2.7 Questions for Further Reflection; References; 3 Dialogical Leadership; Abstract; 3.1 Leadership as a Relational Process; 3.1.1 Good Leaders Deploy Different Styles; 3.2 The Myth of the Leader-Follower Dichotomy; 3.2.1 Good Leadership as Effective and Ethical; 3.2.2 Leadership Is 'By Definition' Relational; 3.2.3 A Confrontation with Values; 3.2.4 A Dynamic Leadership Concept; 3.3 What Is Dialogical Leadership?; 3.3.1 Leading Self and Others; 3.3.2 When to Apply Dialogical Leadership?
  • 3.3.3 Four Pillars of Dialogical Leadership3.4 Reflections on My Personal Narrative 2; 3.4.1 My Secret Name; 3.4.2 A Distinctive Inner Voice; 3.4.3 Centering My Self; 3.5 Questions for Further Reflection; References; The Practice; 4 Creating Conditions for Generative Dialogue; Abstract; 4.1 From Thoughts to Thinking; 4.1.1 Dialogue as Meaning Flowing Through Us; 4.1.2 Dialogue as Face to Face Encounter; 4.2 The Art of Thinking Together; 4.2.1 Listening with an Open Mind; 4.2.2 Suspending Your Judgment; 4.2.3 Respecting Other Views; 4.2.4 Voicing from the Heart
  • 4.2.5 Creating Conditions for Dialogue4.2.6 Conversation, Debate, and Dialogue: Crises in the Process; 4.2.7 Switching Between Debate and Dialogue; 4.3 Generating New Meaning, Transforming Reality; 4.3.1 Mutual Understanding; 4.3.2 Being a Multibeing; 4.3.3 Generative Dialogue; 4.3.4 The Power of Storytelling; 4.3.5 The Impact of Affirmation; 4.3.6 Reflecting on Yourself; 4.3.7 Third-Person Listening; 4.4 Recognizing the Other; 4.4.1 Creating Space; 4.4.2 Recognizing Alterity; 4.4.3 Innovation as Opening the Mind; 4.4.4 Mutually Understanding; 4.4.5 Power Differences
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319588896
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reformatting quality
preservation
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn997432740
Label
Creating Organizational Value through Dialogical Leadership : Boiling Rice in Still Water
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword I; Foreword II; Reference; Preface; Acknowledgements; References; Contents; Rens van Loon; List of Figures; 1 Introduction; References; The Theory; Part1; 2 Dialogical Self Theory; Abstract; 2.1 Self as a 'Society of Mind'; 2.1.1 Weaving Self and Dialogue Together; 2.1.2 Dynamic Positioning of the Self; 2.2 Relationally Constructing Self in Language; 2.2.1 'Centering My High Note'; 2.2.2 Self as a Dynamic and Relational Verb; 2.2.3 Deriving Meaning from the Context; 2.2.4 Independency as Relationally Embedded; 2.2.5 "To Be Is to Be Relational"
  • 2.3 Key Concepts in Dialogical Self Theory2.3.1 An Act of Self-Reflection (Meta-Position); 2.3.2 Being (De-)Stabilized (Centering and De-Centering); 2.4 Information and Space in Positioning Self; 2.4.1 Energy and Information; 2.4.2 Free Energy; 2.4.3 Energy Space; 2.4.3.1 Arrow and Field Energy; 2.4.3.2 Nature, Knowledge, and Experience; 2.4.4 Creating Space in Dialogical Relations; 2.4.5 Space as 'Space Between'; 2.5 Transposing Patterns of Behavior; 2.5.1 An Empty Self?; 2.6 Reflections on My Personal Narrative 1; 2.6.1 Fragments of My Self-Narrative in 1987
  • 2.6.2 Becoming Aware of I-Positions2.6.3 Looking Back to My Earlier Self; 2.7 Questions for Further Reflection; References; 3 Dialogical Leadership; Abstract; 3.1 Leadership as a Relational Process; 3.1.1 Good Leaders Deploy Different Styles; 3.2 The Myth of the Leader-Follower Dichotomy; 3.2.1 Good Leadership as Effective and Ethical; 3.2.2 Leadership Is 'By Definition' Relational; 3.2.3 A Confrontation with Values; 3.2.4 A Dynamic Leadership Concept; 3.3 What Is Dialogical Leadership?; 3.3.1 Leading Self and Others; 3.3.2 When to Apply Dialogical Leadership?
  • 3.3.3 Four Pillars of Dialogical Leadership3.4 Reflections on My Personal Narrative 2; 3.4.1 My Secret Name; 3.4.2 A Distinctive Inner Voice; 3.4.3 Centering My Self; 3.5 Questions for Further Reflection; References; The Practice; 4 Creating Conditions for Generative Dialogue; Abstract; 4.1 From Thoughts to Thinking; 4.1.1 Dialogue as Meaning Flowing Through Us; 4.1.2 Dialogue as Face to Face Encounter; 4.2 The Art of Thinking Together; 4.2.1 Listening with an Open Mind; 4.2.2 Suspending Your Judgment; 4.2.3 Respecting Other Views; 4.2.4 Voicing from the Heart
  • 4.2.5 Creating Conditions for Dialogue4.2.6 Conversation, Debate, and Dialogue: Crises in the Process; 4.2.7 Switching Between Debate and Dialogue; 4.3 Generating New Meaning, Transforming Reality; 4.3.1 Mutual Understanding; 4.3.2 Being a Multibeing; 4.3.3 Generative Dialogue; 4.3.4 The Power of Storytelling; 4.3.5 The Impact of Affirmation; 4.3.6 Reflecting on Yourself; 4.3.7 Third-Person Listening; 4.4 Recognizing the Other; 4.4.1 Creating Space; 4.4.2 Recognizing Alterity; 4.4.3 Innovation as Opening the Mind; 4.4.4 Mutually Understanding; 4.4.5 Power Differences
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319588896
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reformatting quality
preservation
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn997432740

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