This book is the third volume in the Leadership Horizons series. This series, started by Jim Meindl, is devoted to new developments in theory
and research on leadership within the context of continuing and emerging organizational issues. In this spirit, the present volume delves
into implicit leadership theories (ILTs), and opens intriguing new avenues for research on ILTs, but does so while maintaining an eye on the
past. For example, the book offers valuable historical perspectives from those who were "there"-Dov Eden and Uriel Leviatan share the
inside scoop on the origination of the concept of ILTs, and Bob Lord traces the evolution of social-cognitive perspectives with respect to
work on ILTs-while all authors raise interesting questions and offer important new directions to advance this work well into the future. It
features a wide range of scholars and perspectives, and practical implications are implicit and explicit throughout the volume. The book
offers a valuable resource for researchers, students, and practitioners interested in leadership and social cognition in the workplace.