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Collaborative Leadership: How Citizens and Civic Leaders Can Make a Difference

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Collaborative Leadership: How Citizens and Civic Leaders Can Make a Difference

David D. Chrislip, Carl E. Larson

ISBN: 978-0-787-90003-8 September 1994 Jossey-Bass 224 Pages

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As American society becomes increasingly diverse and public issues more complex, the traditional community problem-solving methods have come up short. Working together successfully today requires a profound shift in our conception of how change is created, and an equally profound shift in our conception of leadership. Collaborative Leadership is designed to help citizens and civic leaders bring together diverse community members in efforts that lead to real, measurable change in the lives of communities.
Foreword.

THE CASE FOR COLLABORATION.

The Promise of Collaboration.

The Challenge to Traditional Leadership.

LEADERSHIP STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE COLLABORATION.

Discovering the Keys to Successful Collaboration: Lessons from theField.

Setting the Stage for Success.

Creating a Constituency for Change.

Building and Sustaining Momentum.

Producing Results That Matter.

NEW VISIONS OF LEADERSHIP AND CIVIC ACTION.

Skills for a New Kind of Leadership.

A New Vision of Civic Action.

Appendix A: The Research.

Appendix B: Assessing Collaboration.
"Collaborative Leadership is an extremely useful book.Collaboration is a hot topic of the day, but very few peopleunderstand the kind of leadership that will bring it about." --JohnW. Gardner, Miriam and Peter Haas Centennial Professor of PublicService, Stanford University

"Successfully addressing today's complex public issues requires anew partnership between citizens and governments." --The HonorableFederico Pena, U.S. Secretary of Transportation