GROUP LEADERSHIP by Robert D. Leigh

GROUP LEADERSHIP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not a psychological study of the handling of groups, but rather a modernized sort of Rules of Order in the handling of groups, large and small. The opening chapters touch briefly upon the approach, the handling, the tempo. But most of the book is devoted to rules of procedure, intended to do away with the stereotyped form, to speed up action, to get the group feel. A book for club leaders, organization people, etc.

Pub Date: April 27th, 1936
Publisher: Norton