2. Condition of Being Different.
3. Understanding What Motivates You and What Motivates Others.
4. Understanding Your Leadership Style and That of Others.
5. Communicating Effectively.
6. Dealing with Conflict.
7. Creativity: The Influence of Structure, Size, and Formal Systems.
8. Project Management.
9. Discerning and Assessing Organizational Culture.
10. Leading Change.
"…for any scientist who aspires to be a better leader or manager, of either projects or people or both, this book should be a very useful exploration." (Journal of Natural Products, February 2005)
"...a good addition to libraries serving laboratories or other scientific organizations. There is enough new material to justify purchasing the new edition where the first may be on the shelf." (E-STREAMS, January 2005)
"As the career paths of many scientists proceed through the laboratory to leadership and administration positions…this book will provide beneficial insights to these scientists as they progress through the ranks." (Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, October 7, 2004)
"This book discusses the difference between managing and leading, and why it is important to understand the distinction." (Vet Human Toxicology, 46 (4) August 2004)