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  1. An interesting book on this subject is by Carl E. Thoresen and Michael J. Mahoney, Behavioral Self-Control (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1974).

  1. See, for example, C. P. Neck and C. C. Manz, “Total Leadership Quality: Integrating Employee Self-Leadership and Total Quality Management” in D. Fedor and S. Ghosh (eds.), Advances in the Management of Organization Quality, vol. 1 (Greenwich, England: JAI Press, 1996): 39–77; and Michael J. Mahoney and Diane B. Arnkoff, “Self Management: Theory, Research, and Application” in J. P. Brady and D. Pomerleau (eds.), Behavioral Medicine: Theory and Practice (New York: John Wiley, 1979); and Charles C. Manz and Henry P. Sims, Jr., “Self-Management as a Substitute for Leadership: A Social Learning Theory Perspective,” Academy of Management Review, 5 (1980), 361–367. See also chapter 2 in Charles C. Manz and Henry P. Sims, Jr., SuperLeadership: Leading Others to Lead Themselves (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1989), (New York: Berkley [paperback], 1990).


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