Leadership: Touching Lives

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– Professor, Business, University of Illinois Springfield, Illinois, USA
– Professor, Business, Dixie State University, St. George, Utah, USA

Series: Leadership in a Changing World
BISAC: EDU032000
DOI: 10.52305/GRDS6238

The capacity of a leader to influence the success of an organization – or to fail to achieve that organization’s goals – is widely acknowledge by observers of all types. Leadership is far more than a personal interaction . . . but it is a relationship with others in which a leader makes a significant difference – not only for organizations but for the people who work within them. The message of this book by Cam Caldwell and Verl Anderson is that each individual can enhance her or his leadership capacity by developing skills and honoring duties to others that are the true heart of leadership. That message of the leader’s obligation to serve others has been demonstrated by thousands of leaders who have not only achieved outstanding organizational results but have literally blessed the lives of others as well.

Leaders can also destroy personal commitment, undermine the quality of life of those with whom they work, and fail miserably in their quest to achieve important goals. In addition, leaders can achieve seemingly outstanding organizational results without honoring their obligations to the people with whom they work – and can actually destroy others’ quality of life and hamper not only others’ individual progress but the long-term course of their lives as well.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Leaders Touch Lives – Introduction and Overview

Chapter 2. Moral Leadership or the Leader as Steward

Chapter 3. Leaders Prepare for Change – The Omnipresent Reality

Chapter 4 .Integrity and Its Consequences – The Foundation of Leadership

Chapter 5. Honoring Others – Kindness, Trust, and Leadership

Chapter 6. Leadership and Generosity – The Giving of Oneself

Chapter 7. Feminine Leadership and Its Strengths

Chapter 8. Leadership and Responsibility

Chapter 9. Leaders Develop People – Service at the Personal Level

Chapter 10. Leadership as Service to Mankind


Book Review

“My hat’s off to authors Caldwell and Anderson in their thorough exploration of principled leadership through the vehicle of relationship-building…” To see the full review by Elizabeth Gingerich, which was published in The Journal of Values-Based Leadership, click here

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