Written from a global and critical perspective with a diverse range of cases and examples throughout, Leadership is an inspiring read for developing leaders operating within global and multicultural work settings.
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Brigid Carroll is an Associate Professor of Organisation Studies in the Department of Management and International Business and Director of Research at the New Zealand Leadership Institute, both at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Jackie Ford is Professor of Leadership and Organization studies at Durham University Business School, UK.
Scott Taylor is Reader/Associate Professor at Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, in the UK. He has now been teaching and researching for almost 20 years, mostly in England, with visits to India, Saudi Arabia, Finland, Australia, New Zealand, and Brazil. Scott researches the everyday human experience of work, management, and leadership. All of his research is based on interpretive analysis of qualitative data. He's published this research in peer-reviewed journals like Leadership, Organization, Journal of Management Studies, Sociology, and Journal of Business Ethics, and in books like The Organization of Craft Work (Routledge, 2018).
Table Of Contents
Prologue: An Unconventional History of Leadership Studies - Suze Wilson
Part I: Classical Theories of Leadership
Chapter 1: Leadership, Management and Headship: Power, Emotion and Authority in Organizations - Donna Ladkin
Chapter 2: Trait Theories of Leaders and Leadership: From Ancient Greece to Twenty-first-century Neuroscience - Scott Taylor
Chapter 3: Leading through Contingencies - John Cullen
Chapter 4: Transformational Leadership: Secularized Theology? - Helen Delaney and Sverre Spoelstra
Part II: Leading in Context - Suze Wilson
Chapter 5: Leadership Learning and Development - Brigid Carroll
Chapter 6: Leadership, Governance and Strategy - Annie Pye
Chapter 7: Difference and Leadership - Amanda Sinclair and Michelle Evans
Chapter 8: Studying Followers - Nancy Harding
PART III: Contemporary Perspectives
Chapter 9: Leadership and Process - Simon Kelly
Chapter 10: Relational Leadership - Lucia Crevani
Chapter 11: Leadership without Leaders: Understanding Anarchist Organizing through the Lens of Critical Leadership Studies - Neil Sutherland
Chapter 12: Leadership, Post-structuralism and the Performative Turn - Jackie Ford
Chapter 13: Seeing Leadership: Becoming Sophisticated Consumers of Leadership - Owain Smolovic-Jones and Brad Jackson
Epilogue: Embodied Leadership, Ethics and its Affects - David Knights
"Finally a book on leadership that I can use in graduate as well as executive teaching - and enjoy myself! It's equally informative, reflexive, provoking and entertaining: pedagogical without losing edge. On top of that the authors have made it really easy to teach from as it's full of reflexive exercises and relevant case studies." -- Professor Sara Louise Muhr "Mainstream leadership research remains mired in a hopeless infatuation with overblown images of heroic leadership. Leadership in 'the real world' is much more complex than that. Each chapter in this immensely wise and well-written book shows us how to think differently about leadership. A compelling read." -- Professor Dennis Tourish Smart, provocative, and sometimes irreverent, this book provokes students and practitioners to think realistically about the nature of leadership and how it emerges and functions. Readers will discover how context, history, and factors such as gender, race, and ethnicity, shape the way that leadership manifests itself in organizations and society. -- Professor Joanne B. Ciulla
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