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Anna B. Kayes and D. Christopher Kayes

As editors, we have benefited immensely from working with this wonderful group of authors. While we hope this volume is seen as generative and not conclusive, we would like to offer a few key insights we gained from editing this volume. We hope that the contributions in this book can provide a range of possibilities that further our collective understanding of the relationship between judgment and leadership. We offer seven insights.

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Judgment and Leadership

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Concepts, Practice, and Development

Edited by Anna B. Kayes and D. C. Kayes

Judgment and Leadership presents original thinking and addresses age-old concerns regarding the relationship between judgment and leadership. These two concepts are inseparable. Judgment guides every action that a leader takes and underlies every thought, emotion, or justification that leaders form. This volume extends the study of judgment and leadership across disciplinary and conceptual boundaries.
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Hadassah Froman

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.

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Amalya Oliver-Lumerman, Tammar B. Zilber, Haneen S. Magadlah, Tammy Rubel-Lifschitz and Yosepha Tabib-Calif

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Yitzhak Frankenthal

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.

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Amin Khalaf

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.

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Gershon Baskin

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.

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Yakir Englander

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.

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Bassam Aramin

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.

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Huda Abu Arqoub

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.