Leadershipbalances theory with real-world applications-ideal for instructors who take a practical, skill-building approach to teaching leadership. Key updates include a consolidation of more traditional topics; new research; a new chapter on leadership and ethics; and real-world profiles that now include leaders from lower-level management and the small business sector with whom students can more easily relate. In addition, this edition features greater emphasis on interpersonal skills, one additionalLeadership Case Problemper chapter, and newInternet Skill-Building Exercises. Chapter 6,Leadership Ethics and Social Responsibility, focuses on moral and ethical leadership in relation to standard business practices. In particular, the chapter highlights ethical decision-making and the importance of social responsibility. In keeping with the text's increased emphasis on interpersonal skills, theScoring and Interpretationsection of eachLeadership Self-Assessmenthas been expanded to help students better understand and apply their results. Also, eachLeader in Actionbox now ends with questions relating the leader being profiled to specific chapter concepts.Andrew J. DuBrin is the author of 'Leadership', published 2003 under ISBN 9780618305964 and ISBN 0618305963.