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    Author(s): James Saveland
    Date: 2011
    Source: Presented at Living with Fire: Addressing Global Change through Integrated Fire Management; 5th International Wildland Fire Conference; 9-13 May 2011; Sun City, South Africa. 1 p.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    The postmodern world is still struggling to blossom and flower. Organizations and their leaders often seem to be locked into Newtonian-Cartesian mechanistic worldviews, first wave behaviorism, and positivism. The theory and practice of servant-leadership, resilient leadership and adaptive leadership informed by psychology provide a way to address increasing levels of complexity in a postmodern world.

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    Saveland, James. 2011. Leadership development - trial by fire. Presented at Living with Fire: Addressing Global Change through Integrated Fire Management; 5th International Wildland Fire Conference; 9-13 May 2011; Sun City, South Africa. 1 p.

    Keywords

    leadership, organizations

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