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"Habits of Leadership": new book by Art Markman

Posted: January 31, 2013
Art Markman, Annabel Iron Worsham Centennial Professor

Art Markman, Annabel Iron Worsham Centennial Professor

Dr. Art Markman has written a new book, Habits of Leadership, which is now available to order online. In this book, he demonstrates how aspects of personality influence the habits one brings to leadership situations. He does this by demonstrating the correlation of personality and habits, and the impact they have on leadership potential and innovation success. By utilizing the “Big 5” personality characteristics and other key variables Dr. Markman developed a personality profiler, which can be used to test oneself, using this tool to develop better and smarter habits of knowledge acquisition. 

Art Markman is Annabel Iron Worsham Centennial Professor of Psychology (area: Cognitive Systems). He is the author of several books, including Smart Thinking, and has published over 125 scholarly articles on topics in analogical reasoning, categorization, decision making, and motivation.

For more information about the book, and for links to order, visit his Smart Thinking web site: http://www.smartthinkingbook.com/p/about-habits-of-leadership.html

Watch video of Dr. Markman discussing Habits of Leadership on Good Day Austin

Read about "Habits of Leadership" on the College of Liberal Arts' "ShelfLife" book blog

For links to Dr. Markman’s publications, laboratory, blogs, and courses he teaches, visit his faculty profile at http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/psychology/faculty/markman

Dr. Markman is the founding director of the Human Dimensions of Organizations, a new program at the University of Texas at Austin.  The program offers Professional Seminars, and, beginning in Fall 2013, a Masters of Arts degree program, for working professionals in a variety of sectors. For information about this program, visit http://sites.la.utexas.edu/hdo/

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