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Systems Leadership : Exceptional Leadership for Exceptional Times

Van Dyke, Melissa (2013) Systems Leadership : Exceptional Leadership for Exceptional Times. [Report]

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    This paper was produced as part of a study of systems leadership undertaken for the Virtual Staff College by the Colebrooke Centre for Evidence and Implementation with the Centre for Health Enterprise, Cass Business School, City University London. It is one of a suite of supplementary papers intended to be read in parallel with the core Synthesis Paper Systems Leadership: Exceptional leadership for exceptional times (Ghate, Lewis and Welbourn, 2013).