Leadership and Rural Communities
Freddie Avant, Ph.D., LMSW-AP, ACSW; Kim Rich-Rice, Ph.D., LMSW-IPR; Sam Copeland, Ph.D., LCSW, ACSW

This article discusses the importance of leadership in rural communities. It explores the need to focus on developing leaders and the critical nature of leadership styles in improving services to rural people in rural communities. Furthermore, the authors present research findings, identify selective rural theories and propose a leadership model that supports effective social work practice in rural areas.

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