Jean Lipman-Blumen
Jean Lipman-Blumen
Thornton F. Bradshaw Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Organizational Behavior, Peter F
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The allure of toxic leaders: Why we follow destructive bosses and corrupt politicians--and how we can survive them
J Lipman-Blumen
Oxford University Press, USA, 2006
10472006
Toward a homosocial theory of sex roles: An explanation of the sex segregation of social institutions
J Lipman-Blumen
Signs: Journal of women in culture and society 1 (3, Part 2), 15-31, 1976
6511976
Gender roles and power
J Lipman-Blumen
Prentice Hall, 1984
5861984
The connective edge: Leading in an interdependent world
J Lipman-Blumen
Jossey-Bass, 1996
4821996
The art of followership: How great followers create great leaders and organizations
RE Riggio, I Chaleff, J Lipman-Blumen
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
4132008
Connective leadership: Managing in a changing world
J Lipman-Blumen
Oxford University Press, 2000
4012000
Connective leadership: Managing in a changing world
J Lipman-Blumen
Oxford University Press, 2000
4002000
How ideology shapes women's lives
J Lipman-Blumen
Scientific American 226 (1), 34-43, 1972
3921972
Connective leadership: Female leadership styles in the 21st-century workplace
J Lipman-Blumen
Sociological perspectives 35 (1), 183-203, 1992
2631992
Toxic leadership: When grand illusions masquerade as noble visions
J Lipman-Blumen
Leader to Leader 2005 (36), 29-36, 2005
2532005
Hot groups: Seeding them, feeding them, and using them to ignite your organization
J Lipman-Blumen, HJ Leavitt
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1999
2051999
The allure of toxic leaders: Why followers rarely escape their clutches
J Lipman-Blumen
Ivey Business Journal 69 (3), 1-40, 2005
1602005
Hot groups.
HJ Leavitt, J Lipman-Blumen
Harvard Business Review 73 (4), 109-116, 1995
1451995
Sex roles in transition: A ten-year perspective
J Lipman-Blumen, AR Tickamyer
Annual review of sociology 1 (1), 297-337, 1975
1151975
Vicarious and direct achievement patterns in adulthood
J Lipman-Blumen, HJ Leavitt
The Counseling Psychologist 6 (1), 26-32, 1976
1081976
Leadership behavior of male and female managers, 1984–2002
JL Robinson, J Lipman-Blumen
Journal of Education for Business 79 (1), 28-33, 2003
962003
Achieving styles in men and women: A model, an instrument, and some findings
J Lipman-Blumen, A Handley-Isaksen, HJ Leavitt
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1981
951981
Role de‐differentiation as a system response to crisis: Occupational and political roles of women
J Lipman‐Blumen
Sociological Inquiry 43 (2), 105-129, 1973
941973
Toxic leadership: a conceptual framework
J Lipman-Blumen
Handbook of top management teams, 214-220, 2010
692010
A crisis framework applied to macrosociological family changes: Marriage, divorce, and occupational trends associated with World War II
J Lipman-Blumen
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 889-902, 1975
671975
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