Leadership in Speech-Language Pathology
Linda S. Carozza
Details: 249 pages, B&W, Softcover, 6" x 9"
© 2019 | Available
Leadership in Speech-Language Pathology aims to equip future leaders in the field of communication sciences and disorders by addressing the qualities of effective leadership, internal and external problem solving, potential tests of leadership skills, negotiation, politics, and the concept of power. Readers will gain a comprehensive view of leadership with the discussion of healthy leadership cultures, current leadership trends, and how to instruct emerging leaders.
In the relatively young profession of speech-language pathology, the role models are still developing and ever changing as the educational and medical landscape becomes increasingly complex. The talents and skills of a new manager-leader will be tested, and it is the understanding of the big picture, the individual preparedness, and the unknown quantities that will serve to form a platform of the learning trajectory of a new senior appointee.
This resource combines unique, "in-the-field" perspectives with the latest research on leadership styles and strategies to equip speech-language pathologists with the knowledge they need to lead.
- Each chapter begins with Learning Objectives, highlighting topics to be discussed
- Reflection Questions at the end of each chapter challenge readers to think critically about key points
- Chapter Conclusions wrap up each chapter, providing a succinct summary for readers
- Valuable insights from contributors Wendy Papir-Bernstein and Regina Lemmon-Bush
"The purpose is to inform, instruct, and educate those in current leadership positions as well as those aspiring to reach leadership positions. As a group, the author notes that speech-language pathologists (SLPs) possess leadership capabilities due to the nature of their profession, but with the variety of careers and positions that SLPs have, they do not have a specific leadership ladder to climb, leaving a gap between skills and the goal of a leadership position. This book attempts to bridge that gap...
In 10 chapters, the book covers leadership from why to study it to qualities of effective leaders, starting points, problem solving, negotiations and the concept of power, leadership wellness, leadership trends, and mentoring emerging leaders. Of course, it mentions organizations in which SLPs may have opportunities to become leaders. Every chapter ends with a reflection question or an assignment, which enables readers to further process the information. The book also provides several different surveys readers can use to evaluate themselves on various characteristics of leadership such as organizational leadership capacity, emotional competency, and leadership wellness, enhancing the book's practicality."
—Yvana Uranga-Hernandez, PhD, CCC-SLP, Biola University, in Doody's Book Reviews (August 2019)
Chapter 1. Why Study Leadership?
Chapter 2. Qualities of Effective Leaders
Chapter 3. Organizations in Which SLPs May Participate in Leadership Positions
Chapter 4. Starting Point of Leadership
Chapter 5. Internal and External Problem Solving
Chapter 6. Testing Leadership
Chapter 7. Negotiation, Politics, and the Concept of Power
Linda Carozza with acknowledgement to Katie LaForce
Chapter 8. Leadership Wellness: Establishing Healthy Leadership Cultures
Chapter 9. Leadership Trends: What is Trending in Leadership Practices?
Chapter 10. How to Instruct Emerging Leaders
Professional Communication in Speech-Language Pathology: How to Write, Talk, and Act Like a Clinician.
A. Embry Burrus, Laura B. Willis
Details: 254 pages, B&W, Softcover, 7" x 10"
© 2017 | Available
K. Todd Houston
Details: 392 pages, B&W, Softcover, 6" x 9"
© 2014 | Available