Introduction Part 1: Conceptualising Leadership Introduction 1. What is Leadership: Person, result, position, or process, or all or none of these? Keith Grint, Owain Smolovik Jones and Clare Holt 2. Recognizing and Realizing the Market Value of Leadership Dave Ulrich & Justin Allen 3. Beyond the Hero-Leader: Leadership by Collectives Viviane Sergi, Jean-Louis-Denis and Ann Langley 4. Understanding Leadership in the Face of Crisis and Uncertainty David E. Rast, III and Michael A. Hogg Part 2: Studying Leadership Introduction 5. Studying Leadership: Taking meaning, relationality and ideology seriously Mats Alvesson 6. Instead of angels: Leaders, leadership and longue duree Peter Gronn 7. Critical Perspectives on Leadership Studies Scott Taylor and Jackie Ford 8. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Leadership Irma Rybnikova 9. Leadership and Power Brigid Carroll and Josh Firth 10. Followership in Context Mary Uhl-Bien and Melissa Carsten 11. Leadership Succession in Politics and Business Fredrik Bynander and Paul `t Hart 12. Leadership in Interaction Magnus Larsson Part 3: Practising Leadership Introduction 13. Politics in Leadership Jean Hartley 14. Great Expectations and Great Limitations: Walking the Tightrope of Political Leadership in the 21st Century Matthew Laing and James Walter 15. Co-leadership: Contexts, Configurations and Conditions Emilie Gibeau, Wendy Reid and Ann Langley 16. Leadership on the Board: The Role of the Company Secretary Andrew Kakabadse, Nadeem Khan and Nada Kakabadse 17. Practising Religious Leadership Jack Barentsen 18. Practising clinical leadership John Storey and Richard Holti Part 4: Contextualising Leadership Introduction John Storey, Jean Hartley, Jean-Louis Denis, Paul 'T Hart, Dave Ulrich 19. How does Institution Matter? Leadership Behaviour in Eastern and Western Europe Werner Auer-Rizzi and Gerhard Reber 20. Consequences of Context: Political leadership and followership Barbara Kellerman 21. Spirituality, Religion and Notions of Leadership Sverre Spoelstra 22. Leadership, Masculinity and Ethics in Financial Services David Knights 23. Global Leadership in Perspective Allan Bird, Mark E. Mendenhall, Joyce S. Osland, Gary Oddou and Sebastian Reiche 24. Political Leadership in the 21st Century: Neo-Liberalism and the Rise of the CEO Politician Peter Bloom and Carl Rhodes Part 5: Evaluating Leadership Introduction 25. The Anatomy of Destructive Leadership Ronald J. Burke 26. Evaluating the Performance of Ethical Leadership Alan Lawton 27. Leadership and Organizational Performance: State of the Art and a Research Agenda Eva Knies, Christian Jacobsen and Lars Tummers 28. Leaders as spiritual heroes: the paradoxes of unlimited leader agency Dennis Tourish Part 6: Imagining Leadership Introduction 29. Portrayals of Leadership in Science Fiction Kimberly Yost 30. Media portrayals: from leadership cults to celebrity politicians Maja Simunjak and John Street 31. Projecting Authority: Representations Leadership in Architecture Michael Minkenberg Part 7: Nurturing Leadership Introduction 32. Can leadership be taught? Ann L. Cunliffe and Julie Wilson 33. Diverse approaches to leadership development Jonathan Gosling and Ian Sutherland 34. Identity construction and deconstruction in leadership development programmes Helen Delaney 35. Discourse and Leader Identity Peter Sun Conclusions 36. Looking to the future of leadership John Storey, Jean Hartley, Jean-Louis Denis, Paul 'T Hart, Dave Ulrich
John Storey is Professor of Human Resource Management at The Open University, UK. Jean Hartley is Professor of Public Leadership at The Open University, UK. Jean-Louis Denis is Professor of Public Management and Canada Research Chair in Governance and Transformation of Health Organizations and Systems at Ecole nationale d'administration publique (ENAP), Canada. Paul 't Hart is Professor of Public Administration at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Dave Ulrich is the Rensis Likert Professor of Business at the University of Michigan, USA.
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