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Leadership in Counter-Terrorism - Dichotomy or Congruence


Aruna Kulatunga


Comunicamos.EU; Monash University - Faculty of Business and Economics

June 24, 2008


Abstract:     
A large number of world's political leaders have at one time or other were baptised through the fires of militancy. Others, who opposed the militants have also appeared in the political battlements. Comparing the leadership strategies, tactics and styles employed by these leaders to conventional leadership thoughts gives us patterns to learn and emulate. In a course covering 300 slides, this presentation goes through the gamut of militancy, terrorism, counter-terrorism, communication, leadership and lessons we can learn from the past to meet today's global challenges.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 350

Keywords: Leader, Servant, Kotter, Communication, manager, change, leadership, An integrated Definition of Leadership, change, change-agents, language, dialogue, discourse, high performance, Socrates Mao Al Queada, lead, leading, management, managing, militant, militancy, terrorist, terrorism, Intelligence,

JEL Classification: A10, D20, D40, D70, D90, E20, L10, L80, M10, M31, P13 L00, M1, M12, M14, D70, D74, D78, D79, L14, M1

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Date posted: June 25, 2008 ; Last revised: September 25, 2008

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Kulatunga, Aruna, Leadership in Counter-Terrorism - Dichotomy or Congruence (June 24, 2008). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1150865 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1150865

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Aruna Kulatunga (Contact Author)
Comunicamos.EU ( email )
Calle Camplona, 1, 2°B
El Espinardo, Murcia 30100
Spain
Monash University - Faculty of Business and Economics ( email )
Wellington Road
Clayton, Victoria 3168
Australia
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